Using self-monitoring with self-graphing to improve basic math skills
Self-regulation skills have been found to be an important predictor of achievement in mathematics. Teaching a student to regulate his or her behavior during independent math work sessions using self-monitoring of performance with self-graphing focuses him or her on academic performance and results in increases in productivity and math proficiency. This article describes the process of designing and implementing this intervention.
Wells, J. C., Sheehey, P., & Sheehey, M. D. (2017). Using self-monitoring with self-graphing to improve basic math skills. Beyond Behavior.