These self and peer behavior monitoring forms are one of the tools I utilize in my Skill Development class (resource class). As a result of filling out a self-reflection at the end of Skill Development class, students have become more productive and engaged in their learning while unsupervised by the teacher. Students are responsible for monitoring a different expected behavior each week. At the end of each class period students evaluate how well each of their peers and themselves conducted their behavior that day. This exercise has caused students to become more aware of their own behaviors, as well as, their peers behavior and how it impacts others and the environment of the classroom.