Check-In/Check-Out Intervention With Peer-Monitoring for a Student With Emotional-Behavioral Difficulties
Providing intervention services to students with emotional-behavioral difficulties (EBD) in the educational setting can be challenging and typically requires collaboration among a number of individuals. The authors used an A-B single-case research design to examine the effectiveness of a check-in/check-out intervention with peer monitoring on the behavior of an elementary student with EBD when using a high school student as a peer monitor. Findings indicated that both students benefited from the intervention.
1.Explore the check-in/check-out (CICO) intervention with peer-monitoring.
2.Review the effectiveness of the check-in/check-out (CICO) intervention with elementary students experiencing emotional-behavioral difficulties.
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Hallie M. Smith, PhD; Tawny N. Evans-McCleon, PhD; Brooke Urbanski; and Cheryl Justice, PhD