This student tracking form was something I designed after realizing my student's could not change their behavior if they were not aware of it. It works well with middle and high school students who are aware of what their behaviors are and what we want them to be. I saw a lot of changes in my students who used these sheets and started to develop self-reflection skills as a result as well. For their target behaviors, I listed what behaviors I wanted them to be conducting instead of the behaviors they were already doing. They would reflect on a class by class basis of whether they had accomplished those goals, somewhat accomplished it, or not at all. They knew I would see the scores at the end of the day because I would sign off on it. At the end of the week we would have a "weekly discussion" and reflect to see what we could improve on and what strategies we tried that were effective and what were not. It was also a great data driven tool when questioned on student behavior and what I was doing to help build their strategies.