Use these daily behavior charts to monitor an entire class, or specific individuals. They are two-sided: the front gives general examples of expected behaviors from anyone (editable), the backside is available specific goals to that individual (from IEP, RTI, etc.). These get passed out everyday, and collected at the end of the day (or each period.) Any teacher, para, adult-volunteer can mark the chart - I usually put a note next to any negative mark as a reminder of why they got it.
If they have three goals, they should be striving to earn a positive mark for each goal. You can have different goals for different class times – whatever the student needs. They can be class-wide goals or individual. However, each negative point cancels out a positive.
Rewards need to be something that is discussed between the student and you, so they have buy-in and motivation. Some examples: Leave class a minute early, raffle tickets, music time on the computer/CD player, one prize from the prize box, a treat during lunch, etc. It is especially important to include parents in the brainstorming of goals, and if possible, have them maintain some of the expectations and rewards at home.
Add up the positive points out of the total possible for the week – this is your data for if they are meeting goals or not (80% is meeting, but also use IEP goal percentages if needed). This data is essential for FBAs, BIPs, and IEPs.
Print this double-sided so that the personal goals are on the back of the chart. Enjoy!