MASST-R Module 3: Self-Management
In MASST-R, students are taught that they have the power, through self-direction, to choose to be responsible for their behavior and to be in charge of their own lives. Through lessons exploring what behaviors are possible, which behaviors will achieve the desired goal, and how to carry out the chosen behavior appropriately, students learn to self-evaluate where they are now, and to self-direct to get what they need in positive results. Effective self-direction also requires that students possess the skills to self-monitor and self-correct. Students learn to observe and analyze the actions and reactions of others and of themselves so that the variable of the social situations are known. They can then self-correct their behaviors to get what they need in positive results.