Effects of self-monitoring on math production and accuracy in sixth grade students with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder.
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Cavazos, Salvador E., 1992-
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A single-subject ABAB withdrawal design was used to determine the effects of self-monitoring on attention, engagement, production, and accuracy in math for a sixth-grade student diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. The performance and accuracy for all students in sixth-grade math class were used as comparable data for target student performance. Data collected included engagement at 30-second intervals, math problems finished, and math problems correct in a daily, 10-minute time sample. Baseline was collected using business as usual procedures in the classroom. The treatment utilized a two-minute interval timer with students marking math problems completed during each interval. Results show self-monitoring of task completion had positive effects on engagement, production, and accuracy.