Behavior Reflection Sheet
Print several copies of the Behavior Think Sheet to have on hand. I prefer to print them on colored paper so the page is easily identified. When a student’s behavior warrants a reflection, ask the student to complete a Behavior Think Sheet. I typically ask my students to complete this form during lunch. The student sits independently at a table, eating their lunch, and completing their reflection.
Discuss with your student the importance of reflecting upon behavior so as to identify what the issue is, why it was a problem, and how to make a change in the future.