Sometimes you have those students who need a little more accountability with each day. Instead of using a sheet to break apart each day into time chunks, this goal sheet helps students focus on their individual goals.
This document is editable so that you can individualize their goals. I always have better success when I write these goals with the student. You decide the non-negotiables and what behaviors students need to track (it may be blurting out for example). Each morning, spend a couple of minutes conferencing about the goals for the day. The student folds this goal sheet and place a piece of tape on it so that it stays at their desk, but remains private. In the afternoon, have students reflect and try to circle how they met their goal in pencil. Then, you conference with them and complete it in pen, adding any notes to parents. This works best if parents can provide an incentive at home for the student if they meet their goal of all 4s.