Date of Defense

12-14-2013

Date of Graduation

4-2013

Department

Psychology

First Advisor

Richard Malott

Abstract

The purpose of my research was to increase interobserver agreement (IOA) and objectivity in supervisors at WoodsEdge Learning Center. We questioned whether or not designing and implementing a new grading sheet would lead to this outcome. Our methodology consisted of internet research regarding interventions to increase these measurements, followed by task analyses of the behaviors that should occur when tutors provided discrete trial training (DTT), surveys regarding the quality of feedback received at WoodsEdge, visits to various early intervention centers, and ended with the creation and multiple revisions of a new grading sheet. My involvement with this intervention ended before the new sheet was able to be implemented and evaluated.

Access Setting

Honors Thesis-Open Access

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