I created the Check-Myself Lists for students requiring the need to self-monitor throughout their day. Your download includes a Check-Myself List manual, demonstrating how to effectively use checklists as self-monitoring and behavioral tracking tools in education. You also receive 4 customizable Check-Myself sheets that can be individualized to fit the needs of your specific student and 2 Check-Myself completed examples. Each sheet contains one week of behavior tracking with 20 open spaces for checklist items, as well as the ability to check them off each day. The Check-Myself list can, and should, be made to align to student IEP goals, as well as systematically reduce the need for prompts, and reinforce the independent use of accommodations or taught skills (i.e. movement breaks, calming strategies).
The manual contains:
Description of each Check-Myself List and how to use them
How to choose checklist items/behaviors
How to align the checklist to IEP goals and accommodations
How to accurately set checklist goals and rewards
How to maintain effectiveness of a checklist to track behavioral progress
How to use the Check-Myself sheets to track data
This Self-Monitoring tool is far beyond your average checklist, it is a systematic way to track student behavior while teaching them to evaluate their own behavior. The design is set up to allow for easy data tracking that aligns to IEP goals. it could be used as a class-wide tool as well.