Presenter Information

Tom Clees, UGAFollow
Lacey Ray

Highest Degree of Primary Presenter

Doctorate Degree

Presentation Abstract

This presentation will describe research-based self-management and social skills instructional strategies to promote social and academic skills for students with disabilities, including self-recording strategies designed to facilitate academic productivity and social skills instruction designed to increase compliance to teacher requests. These strategies are pragmatic and can be used by school/clinical personnel, as well as parents.

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Self-management & social skills strategies to support student success

This presentation will describe research-based self-management and social skills instructional strategies to promote social and academic skills for students with disabilities, including self-recording strategies designed to facilitate academic productivity and social skills instruction designed to increase compliance to teacher requests. These strategies are pragmatic and can be used by school/clinical personnel, as well as parents.