Modified CICO Intervention Impacts Behavior (05/10)

posted Feb 7, 2011, 8:43 AM by Cheryle Kennelly

In order to improve “Casey’s” failing grades, and reduce his multiple ODRs, he was selected for a newly implemented Check-in Check-out (CICO) program at his school. From January to mid-February 2010, Casey frequently lost, or forgot to give the teacher his Daily Progress Report (DPR) card. After reviewing the data, the secondary team decided to print his DPR on heavier paper and place it in a different location, which helped Casey become more successful. Tailoring CICO to address Casey’s needs contributed to him improving from meeting an average of 65% of his daily goals to meeting 94%. In the past month, Casey has not received a single ODR.