Daily Behavior Report Card
Age/Grade: Preschool – High School
Setting: School, Home, Clinic
Individual or Group: Individual
Tier: 2 & 3
Desired/ Appropriate Behavior:
Work completion, compliance, keeping hands and feet to self, appropriate language, prepared for class/school, homework completion
Skill Level: Fluency to generalization. Children who are at acquisition of the behaviors described above must be taught the behaviors before trying to build fluency
with this intervention.
Daily Behavior Report Cards (DBRC) have been widely used and accepted across multiple settings and situations. They are used to intervene with generally disruptive, challenging behaviors as well as to improve academic performance and work completion. Daily behavior report cards may also be called a school note, home-school note, or good behavior note; however, regardless of the title of the intervention, the purpose is to rate behaviors on a daily basis and provide feedback of those ratings to the child/adolescent. The ratings can be sent home to parents for parent-delivered consequences/rewards or can be used in the classroom/clinic for adult-delivered consequences/rewards.