The Use Of A Daily Calendar To Increase Responsibilities Fulfilled By Secondary Students With Special Needs
Remedial and Special Education
This paper describes the use of a personal calendar to increase responsibilities fulfilled by secondary students with special needs. A multiple baseline, across-skills design demonstrated that students with disabilities can be taught to carry and use a personal calendar. Using a calendar was associated with an increase in the extent to which personal responsibilities were accomplished. Finally, follow-up data indicated that calendar usage and responsibility completion was maintained beyond initial training. © 1995, SAGE Publications. All rights reserved.
Department of Special Education
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Flores, Deborah Mae; Schloss, Patrick J.; and Alper, Sandra, "The Use Of A Daily Calendar To Increase Responsibilities Fulfilled By Secondary Students With Special Needs" (1995). Faculty Publications. 4241.