Date of Award
Open Access Thesis
Master of Arts in Education (MAE)
The purpose of the study was to examine the impact that self-monitoring and self-assessment had on students' perspectives regarding their classroom experience. Classroom teachers are faced with the task of guiding students towards increasing their independence with academic tasks and classroom behavior on a daily basis. Many teachers also seek solutions to help increase students' motivation and self-regulation skills. Self-monitoring and student self-assessment strategies are both examples of positive behavior interventions that are considered to be evidence- based strategies. These strategies can be used to help support students in increasing positive classroom behavior and decreasing negative or undesirable behavior. A considerable number of studies have been conducted on self- monitoring and self-assessment and the impact such self-management tools have on academic accuracy, classroom behavior, and productivity. This study examined five students' perspectives on self-monitoring and self-assessment strategies using qualitative methods.
Kirsch, Erica E., "Students' Perspectives of Self-Monitoring and Self-Assessment" (2016). Theses and Graduate Projects. 1439.