These are behavioral charts that help you data collect and keep control in your classroom. There are 5 different categories and 21 products in all.
Folder #1 - 5 point behavioral scales
These charts can be used to help a student manage their behavior. It gives a description of what is happening at each level to help the student better understand their behaviors. It is very visual and will especially be helpful to students with autism or other special needs. Each chart can be modified to individual students. Examples are provided to demonstrate how they have been used in my classroom. (3 products in total within this folder)
Folder #2 - Behavior Tracking and Data Collection
These charts are useful when it is necessary to track and target specific behaviors. These charts can be modified to collect data for any behaviors you would like to target. One chart is an ABC chart to identify the antecedents, behavior and consequences occuring within a particular setting. The other charts allow specific behavior to be tallied and interval recording. I am providing a link that explains the different methods of tracking behavior to help you utilize the charts in the best way possible. (3 products in total within this folder)
Folder #3 - Daily Reports, Parent/Teacher/Student Communication
These charts can be used to help track and manage student behavior as well as communicate with parents about daily behavior. Each product has a slight variation allowing you to pick the best tracking system for each individual student. These products were made with a middle school classroom in mind. Each chart typically has 8-9 sections for each class that students attend. However, it can be used for 8-9 different times (ex. 8:30-9:15, 9:15-10, etc.) or by classes (ex. Math, Science, Social, ELA, free time, Center Time, etc.). I use a different chart for my students and then photocopy 25 of each and place in a Communication Folder that goes home each day. At the end of each month, I take out the papers, photocopy them for data collection in the classroom and then send home with the students. I add 25 blanks for the next month and begin again.
(9 variations of Daily Reports in total within this folder)
Folder #4 - Student Self-Assessment
These charts can be used to help students evaluate their own behavior. One chart is
a very elementary, simple to use EXIT VISA in which students evaluate their own
behavior and preparedness. The other chart is to be used when a student has a
difficult day. It allows them to evaluate their behavior, understand the consequences
and come up with a plan for better behavior in the future. (2 products total in this folder)
Folder #5 - Weekly Reports
These charts can be used for students who pretty much have all their behaviors in check, but that parents still like to see how the week is going. Instead of one day on a page, 5 days are displayed on one page. There is a section for comments regarding each particular day. (4 products in this folder)