This behavior log can be very handy for any teacher to use. In my own class, I use the color system to track behavior (white-green-yellow, red). When a student has to change his color, I have him record his behavior on scratch paper(for example, talking while teacher is talking). I have a basket of cut up scratch paper near the behavior chart- nothing fancy but it worked. At the end of the day, anyone on red would need to fill out the behavior log and then take it home to be reviewed and signed by parents. On days where there just wasn't enough time to fill out the log, I would simply staple the scratch paper to the log and then send the entire thing home. I taught first grade, and although it was a challenge for some to fill it out, it really did seem to help with behavior. The kids now had to be more accountable for their actions.