Self-Management Strategies & Self-Monitoring (IRIS Center)

Description:

Self-Management Strategies

Self-management refers to a number of strategies that can be used to help students engage in appropriate or desired behavior. Through the use of these strategies students become more aware of their behaviors and how to distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate behaviors, a very important skill for students who typically have a difficult time understanding social norms and rules.

Self-Monitoring

Self-monitoring is a strategy that teaches students to self-assess their behavior and record the results. Though it does not create new skills or knowledge, self-monitoring does increase or decrease the frequency, intensity, or duration of existing behavior. It also saves teachers time monitoring students’ behavior.

Tag(s):

Behavior Curriculum/Instructional Methods Instructional Strategies Professional Resources Social/Emotional