The Effects of Implementing a Positive Behavior Modification Program with Three Sixth Grade Students
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The purpose of this single subject experimental design was to investigate the effects of restitution, a positive self-discipline approach, on three sixth grade students. Restitution was defined as a "technique to strengthen children. It was offered in place of punishment and monitored as a vehicle for children to use to develop self-discipline" (Gossen, 1996, p.118). Restitution was used as an intervention to promote an intrinsic value of self-discipline within the three sixth grade students. The behaviors documented were impulsive, inappropriate physical behaviors involving other students as well as verbal and nonverbal disruptions during instruction.
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