Use this reflection sheet as a consequence for misbehavior. The Behavior Think Sheet gets students to think about what they did, why they did it, and how it affects those around them.
When students in my class choose not to not follow the classroom rules they receive a Behavior Think Sheet. This allows them to reflect on their behavior and its impact on the classroom. I've tried essays and forms I've found online, but the Behavior Think Sheet I've created is the only thing I've used that really gets students reflecting on their actions. I three hole punch each BTS I get throughout the year and keep them in a binder for quick reference of past problems and student behavior patterns.
In this resource you will receive two different styles of the Behavior Think Sheet form. One style is horizontal and the other is vertical (for personal preference). Both forms are in English and Spanish
. You'll also find an example of a properly completed Behavior Think Sheet. Detailed information about how to use the Behavior Think Sheet is included.
You might be interested in the Class Rules and Consequences Poster Pack
that is designed to go with this Behavior Think Sheet.
If you're looking for more bilingual resources for your classroom, all of the resources below include Spanish copies.
Beginning of the Year Parent Survey
Beginning of the Year Student Interest Survey
Grade the Teacher: Evaluation Reflection Tool
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