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Journal of Behavioral Education

December 2014 Volume 23, Number 4

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Implementation of a Self-Monitoring Application to Improve On-Task Behavior: A High-School Pilot Study

    Howard P. Wills & Benjamin A. Mason

    Technological innovations offer promise for improving intervention implementation in secondary, inclusive classrooms. A withdrawal design was employed with two high-school students in order to... More

    pp. 421-434

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  2. The Effect of iPad Use during Independent Practice for Students with Challenging Behavior

    Andrea Flower

    In the classroom, time on-task is critical because it is linked to learning and success. When off-task behaviors occur, substantial learning and instructional time may be lost. Many students with... More

    pp. 435-448

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  3. Effects of an iPad-Supported Phonics Intervention on Decoding Performance and Time On-Task

    Kaitlyn M. Larabee, Matthew K. Burns & Jennifer J. McComas

    Despite their recent popularity in schools, there is minimal consensus in the educational literature regarding the use of mobile devices for reading intervention. The word box intervention (Joseph ... More

    pp. 449-469

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