Effects of a Parent Notification/Positive Reinforcement System for Assignment Completion and Quality on the Performance of High School Learning Disabled Students
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The effects of a parent notification/positive reinforcement system for assignment completion and assignment quality on the performance of high school learning disabled students were investigated. The study was conducted at an economically struggling high school. The 8 female and 8 male subjects involved ranged in age from 16 to 18. By using a multiple baseline across individuals design, it was determined that a cause-effect relationship did exist between the variables. While using this version of a daily report card, the quality and quantity of assignments increased for the subjects. The results of the study also indicated that using the parent notification/positive reinforcement system decreased the number of assignments turned in late. Surveys that were completed at the end of the study indicated that both students and parents believed that the system was beneficial to them.
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