I love using this form for students to self-assess their behavior. It's used when they have broken a class or school rule. It's an easy way to inform parents of a behavior issue before it gets out of hand.
The student does all the work and completes the form. I love it most thought, because I strongly believe that internal motivation and self-reflection will help students strive to make better choices.
I made this form to help my students think about their choice/behavior and determine what it was that triggered the behavior. Most importantly, it helps them assess what they can do differently next time if this same situation arises.
When a rule is broken, the student completes this form at recess, morning work, or clean-up time and then takes it home for a parent signature.
These are great to keep on file with other anecdotal notes to discuss behavior progress at parent conferences too!