I use these check-in check-out cards daily with some of my neediest behavior students. Determine three main goals you want your student to improve upon (i.e., following directions the first time, being kind and respectful to peers, appropriate hallway behavior, putting forth best effort, etc.). At the top of the card, fill out the periods/blocks during the school day (i.e., Math or 9:00-9:45). At the end of each block, the teacher fills out the student's progress toward each goal by writing a 0, 1, or 2 (2 being met expectation). At the end of the day, the totals are calculated and student can see if she/he met the determined percentage. Some students track their daily percentages on a graph so they can visually see their progress. This is great method for behavioral data collection for the individual student. Students on these cards thrive on that quick check-in toward meeting the expectation. PDF File.