In this file you will find individual behavior charts for each student. In my classroom, students staple a new chart sheet to their agenda every Monday morning. I have included four samples that are customizable, based on the behaviors you are most interested in fostering in your classroom. This is a system that encourages students to take responsibility for their own actions. There is a quarterly self-assessment included that prompts students to reflect on their data throughout the quarter and set a goal for themselves going forward. I have used this quarterly, and also bi-monthly, depending on the class. In my classroom, when a student is struggling to meet an expectation, I quietly approach them and ask, "Which expectation are you struggling with right now?" Since this is such a respectful interaction, and students know this is all about them I get responses like, "I'm not on task." The student will use their pen to record a #2 (depending on the behavior) on Monday (if it's Monday). I usually ask, "is there anything I can do to help?" Students know this is a time to decide if they need to slide their desk into a more private location, ask me to help them get started on a challenging task etc. On Thursday nights these go home for a parent signature and students file them in their files on Friday. We don't typically lose many because on Friday, anyone who got their chart signed is eligible for "Earned Time." A student pulls a criteria card out of a hat like, "I recorded fewer than 5 numbers all week" or "I recorded no numbers on Tuesday" or "I recorded no 5s this week." I tweak the criteria hat to reflect my focus for the week. The students think it's completely random.