IEP Behavior Chart. This checklist can be used at the end of the day to quickly record behaviors (positive and negative) and interventions. Includes space for modifications and accommodations.
I designed and used this while teaching 9th and 10th graders. Writing IEP reports on Friday afternoons was a bit overwhelming. I had to write over a dozen every week and I was buried in paperwork. After using this, I didn't have to sit for extra hours on Friday feeling my brain crunch under the pressure of "Wait, what day did he do that? Did I give him a time out/detention on Tuesday or was that Monday? Uh, which worksheet did I modify for him?" And my reports improved significantly (which really helped my career).
Participation Rubric included. Participation grades are usually subjective. The rubric helps make it more objective and consistent. The behavior record chart has a space for recording a participation grade for each day.
Parent Contact Log included. This page is for recording short notes about calls, emails, and meetings with parents and guardians. Compiling a list of contact information for each student will help expedite disciplinary issue resolution and show that you are an attentive, consistent and organized educator.
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