Self-Management Teaching Procedures
Teaching SM behaviors, activity and strategy alike, involves the use of five basic teaching skills: statements, questions, example sets, postings, and correcting mistakes. Each of these contributes to teaching the discriminations, operations, and strategies of the SM curriculum. Chapters 6 through II analyze and give examples of each of the skills. To bring them into perspective, Chapter 12 presents a language to talk about the evolution of behavior and the procedures of teaching based on the five skills. This language is another skill -- one for communicating with other professionals during the building and diagnosis of instruction.