As a K-3 special education teacher, I understand the importance of incoorporating visuals to help students understand expected behaviors. This is an individualized version of a Clip Chart Behavior management system that is customized to meet the needs of my students. This chart shows the level of behaviors and consequences using visuals. The chart is lamenated and taped to each students desk. I use arrow shaped post-it stickers to allow students to move their arrows, throughout a lesson, to reflect their current behavior based on my directive. This is a great way for students to track their own behavior and understand possible consequences. Students begin the day on Ready to Learn and move up and down based on my directives. The expected behaviors are connected to our school-wide and classroom PBIS expectations. If students reach You are a Leader at the end of a lesson, they receive a punch on their own personal incentive punch card. This system has made such a difference in my classroom. My students are taking ownership of their behaviors and using a common language to describe appropriate behavior such as wanting to be a Leader. The social worker at my school loved this idea and shared it with a teacher at another school. She reported that it has made a drastic difference at that school as well. Based on her feedback, I thought others might find this useful as well. Hope you enjoy! Please let me know if you have any questions.