I am thrilled about using this in my own classroom to help my use of ClassDojo run a little more smoothly. In our technology age that I sometimes love and other times not so much, I need a "pencil and paper" version of documentation also.
I use one checklist per week. I have my students listed and make copies before adding any info under the other headings. I use a different color pen/marker for each day and just put arrows pointing up or down to show whether I will need to add a point or take away a point for that area. If all students deserve a point, I just put an "A" in the first student's spot for "all" and then all students get a point when I enter them in the computer. The important thing is that students need to know how they are doing. I add my points several times during the day, and the students watch how they have done so far. For my next set of points for the same day, I just circle (or box) the arrows so I will know they have yet to be added. It sounds like a lot, but once you get your system down, it is terrific. (And of course, you can alter it to meet your needs). Please understand that this does not completely disregard my use of the "ding" of points popping up randomly that is super helpful for getting their attention. ;) This also may seem like more work and doing things twice, BUT so far, I love it! ;)