Date Approved

7-1-2004

Embargo Period

4-27-2016

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

M.S. in Teaching

Department

Interdisciplinary and Inclusive Education

College

College of Education

First Advisor

Madden, Marjorie

Subject(s)

Behavior therapy; Inclusive education--New Jersey; Self-management (Psychology); Third grade (Education)--New Jersey

Abstract

Behavior management is a major concern among educators. Effective practices for managing behavior are constantly being studied and tested. This research study focuses on self-management as an effective form of behavior modification in an inclusive classroom. This study is to determine if a self-management form of behavior modification will increase self-awareness which will in turn decrease disruptive behavior in the classroom. An intervention is implemented to determine its effect on the behaviors being studied. A goal of this study is also to contribute more findings on the effectiveness of self-management to the current research.

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