The Effects of Peer-Mediated Check-In/Check-Out on the Social Skills of Socially Neglected Students
Check-In/Check-Out (CICO) is a moderately effective Tier 2 intervention often used to address attention-maintained problem behaviors in schools. Recent studies on CICO have demonstrated the effectiveness of the intervention when combined with social skills training and when utilizing students’ peers as interventionists. Using a concurrent multiple baseline across participants design, the present study evaluated the effectiveness of peer-mediated CICO to target social skills in elementary school students identified as socially neglected using a sociometric classification system. Results, implications for practice, limitations, and future directions are discussed.
Collins, T. A.,
Gersham, F. M.,
Dart, E. H.
(2016). The Effects of Peer-Mediated Check-In/Check-Out on the Social Skills of Socially Neglected Students. Behavior Modification, 40(4), 568-588.
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