Behavior Documentation

Keep track of your learners' classroom behavior with a documentation chart. It includes twenty spaces to record the dates and behaviors observed, making it a good resource to quickly note what is happening in your classroom.

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Instructional Ideas

  • Laminate the form for use over several weeks, or provide copies for multiple periods of time for a learner's IEP
  • Share the chart with any other professionals with whom the learner spends his or her time, and have them corroborate the behavior issues or add observations of their own
  • Send home a copy of the chart at the end of each week for parent reference
  • Pair with a classroom positive reinforcement system, such as colored tickets or earning stickers
Classroom Considerations

  • Provides only space for dates and description of behavior, with no room for context or results after intervention
Pros

  • Versatile for learners with different needs and behavior issues
  • Helpful for both a special education class and a mainstream class
Cons

  • None