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Behavior Tracker- Track your whole class's behavior on just 2 pages! Editable

Behavior Tracker- Track your whole class's behavior on just 2 pages! Editable
Behavior Tracker- Track your whole class's behavior on just 2 pages! Editable
Behavior Tracker- Track your whole class's behavior on just 2 pages! Editable
Behavior Tracker- Track your whole class's behavior on just 2 pages! Editable
Behavior Tracker- Track your whole class's behavior on just 2 pages! Editable
Behavior Tracker- Track your whole class's behavior on just 2 pages! Editable
Behavior Tracker- Track your whole class's behavior on just 2 pages! Editable
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Clipboard Sheet
How to use:
-Type each of your students’ names into the first column. If you have more than 22 students, select the bottom row-right click- insert new row below- and add as many more rows as you need.
-Any time someone violates one of the classroom expectations (listed in the footer of the document), write the corresponding number of the violated expectation in the box next to their name (make sure to choose the box that matches the day of the week.) In addition to writing the number, you can also write a quick phrase to help you remember the incident later.
-You can keep the classroom expectations that I have listed or you can erase them and type in your own.
-I will then write the violation in my students’ agendas/planners (daily communication home) so that their parents can see what happened that day.
-This clipboard sheet is something I have accessible to me all day, so it provides me with a quick and easy way to document everyone’s behavior all of the time.
-Use the data when filling out report card grades for behavior and responsibility. I count up the amount of violations that each student has, and that determines their grade. For example, if someone has four 2s (disrespectful to other students or teachers) then they would receive an S for satisfactory.

Here’s the key that I use to determine behavior and responsibility grades for each six weeks:

Individual and Civic Responsibility (Violation#1,2,3)
-Excellent=0-1 marks
-Satisfactory= 2-4 marks
-Needs Improvement= 5-7 marks
-Unsatisfactory= 8 or more marks

Development as a Learner(Violation#4 or 5)
-Excellent= 0-2 marks
-Satisfactory =3-5 marks
-Needs Improvement= 6-7 marks
-Unsatisfactory= 8 or more marks

You can adjust this to fit your classroom however you’d like to. I like this because it’s a concrete way for me to justify a child’s citizenship grades to parents. I always tell the parents that I use this so that they know I am not making up their child’s grades every time I sit down to do report card grades. They can tell every time where I got their grade from. It gives them comfort in knowing that I gave their child a fair grade and that they’ve been informed along the way.

This can also be used as a skill tracker. Just change the days of the week to the skills you are wanting to track.

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3 pages
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