This behavior chart is a great tool for students to track their behavior and for teachers to gather data on student behavior. I have used this for students on BIPs and general behavior issues in the classroom.
I print 9 sheets (we have 9 weeks per quarter) and hole punch them. I place these in a folder with brads and label it with the student's name. If you are departmentalized, you can pass the folder between the teachers or hold on to it yourself if you are self-contained.
The form is completely editable in Microsoft Word, so you can change the desired behavior and time slots depending on when you have specials, etc. At the start of each week, the teacher and student set a goal for the week together with a possible reward for expected behavior. Once the student starts improving, you can increase the amount of points needed or focus on other problem behaviors.
We would use this folder as a discussion topic with the student at the end of the week or beginning of the week to reflect on what we noticed about what improvements or struggles happened within the last week. This documentation also is great to have on hand for IEP meetings, RtI collaboration, and parent-teacher conferences.