Help your student target self-regulation skills, identifying the size of the problem, and perceptions of others, and how that makes your student feel. Chart out how big/small the problem is, what your reaction to the problem is, how big/small your reaction is, how your reaction makes other people feel. Was their reaction expected or unexpected behavior for that problem? This can be used proactively to act out scenarios that may occur, using different reactions. You can use it in a small group to chart out or guess the size of the problem, and how some behaviors are more appropriate than others. Help students reflect not only how these behaviors make them feel, but also how it makes their teachers, class mates, family members, or friends feel. It can also be a good follow up tool, used to reflect one on one with the student about a scenario that has already occurred in which the student may not have used appropriate behaviors or strategies. It is also a helpful tool when collecting data on behavior intervention plans or for parent communication after interventions were needed.