Students sometimes need an extra push! This word document provides customization for anyone seeking data to track student progress. This goal sheet allows the teacher(s) to come up with two goals the student needs to work on and easily monitor progress. Examples: Bringing proper supplies to class, Waiting to be called on before speaking, Keeping hands and feet to self, Following teacher's directions the first time, Bringing completed homework to class, etc.
I taught special education (6th, 7th, and 8th grade) for four years as a co-teacher and would keep these in a folder with brads that I would supply to the student. They were responsible for taking this document around to their classes and asking the teacher(s) to fill it out based on whether or not they met their two goals. We would decide on the two goals as a team of teachers, and I would check in with the student to update their progress. We would keep goal sheets for the student to look at how they were progressing. Rewards for meeting goal percentages should be established so that the student knows what they are working towards (besides changed behavior). Students made serious progress with this weekly behavior tracking system!
We also incorporated these charts into our RTI program.