The effect of self monitoring instruction package: Using picture books to increase preschooler's prosocial behavior

Resource Type: Reports & Papers
Author(s): Adinugroho, Adi D.
Date Issued: May 2009
Description: A qualitative study of the relationship between engagement with an instructional package that incorporates self-monitoring, self-assessment, and self-recording with direct feedback from the teacher and prosocial or aggressive behaviors of 7 children in preschool
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