I try and provide my students with an active role in developing our classroom management policy. Especially those who do tend to display inappropriate classroom behaviors - in which case I like to hear what those select individuals with behavior problems have to say, and try to work them. I'm guilty of paying most attention to those forms that are turned in to me. I don't enjoy repeating their names any more than they enjoy hearing me do so.
This is the second year using this form in my learning support classroom, and it has been a huge help!
At the beginning of the school year in my classroom, we do the typical "Class Rules" routine discussion. Then, a few weeks into the school year, I introduce this Confidential Behavior Plan. Each of my students are given this form to complete letting me know how I am handling behavior problems thus far. I express to them that this is SO important it's confidential and their names aren't to be written on it. However, little do they know we teachers know whose handwriting goes with who:)
Behaviors can change incredibly often, so I don't just do this at the beginning of the school year, but I also do this when I notice certain rules are just not working for some of my students experiencing behavior problems. I have found this to be a pretty quick and easy way to finding what works best for quite a few of my students.