Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
Thomas Gross (Director), Carl Myers, Sarah Ochs
Department of Psychology
Specialist in Education
Classroom management strategies are used to create effective learning environments by reducing problem behavior. When classroom management strategies are not being implemented correctly it can create negative outcomes for teachers and students. By providing antecedent and/or consequence-based procedures treatment integrity can be improved. The purpose of this review was to examine literature on the effectiveness of antecedent, consequence, and combined procedures on teacher treatment integrity of classroom management strategies. Results indicate a significant increase on teacher adherence to classroom management interventions when a treatment integrity procedure is implemented as well. Limitations and future directions are discussed.
Hines, Catherine E., "Comparing Effectiveness of Antecedent, Consequence, and Combined Strategies on Teacher Treatment Integrity" (2022). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 3574.
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