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Instructional Technology

Aileen W. Freasier
Journal of Correctional Education (1974-)
Vol. 44, No. 1 (March, 1993), pp. 42-46
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41970949
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Instructional Technology
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Abstract

This paper will describe the use of computer-generated procedures designed to reduce inappropriate behavior and facilitate learning in the juvenile correctional educational setting. The targeted procedures for learning handicapped offenders were developed with easy-to-use productivity software and involve self-recording, self-reinforcing, the development of a sense of responsibility for one's actions, and the enhancement of self-concept through achievement of personal goals. A step-by-step methodology and an extensive list of resources are included to facilitate classroom implementation.

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