Master of Arts (M.A.)
This single subject multiple baseline study focused on the use of video modeling as an instructional strategy and self-monitoring as a positive behavior intervention. Appropriate social behavior and social language for four secondary students with moderate to severe intellectual disabilities were targeted using a combination of video modeling and a self-monitoring system that reinforced the generalization of socially appropriate behavior. Furthermore, this study investigated the correlation between the intervention and its impact on each studentâ€™s challenging behavior. Results confirmed that video modeling and self-monitoring were effective intervention strategies and promoted social skill and social language acquisition and decreased negative behavior across all four participants.
Sterling, Faith, "Combining self-monitoring procedures and video modeling instruction as a positive behavior intervention" (2013). Capstone Projects and Master's Theses. 503.