This FREEBIE Classroom or individual daily behavior tracking chart is as easy as adding a "+" or "-" or whatever symbol you want to use to demonstrate positive/negative behaviors. The tracking can be tied to homework completion, classroom rules, IEP goals, etc. At the end of the week, the student(s) can graph the number of positive behaviors on the chart to see how their behaviors change over weeks/months/semesters.
As a school counselor working in a special education classroom I am always looking for behavior tracking forms that are quick and easy. I decided to make my own and actively engage the students in tracking their own behaviors both daily and weekly. The forms provide the opportunity for the students to give comments about the behaviors and it is strongly encouraged for comments to be written about positive behaviors - which are often referred back to!
On the days/weeks they are having a rough time; it provides the perfect opportunity to review what is going on. The students can see the changes (both positive and negative) in their behavior from week to week and month to month. Parents sign off on the weekly report and add comments that often provide insight.
The data the forms supply has been beneficial for special education meetings, response to intervention meetings, etc.
I created the forms using the period bells from the district I was at, but included blank forms that could be tailored to individual needs. The graphics are black and white to save on ink, but look great when run on brightly colored paper.