Behavior Checklist

It is important to set both clear and high expectations for your students, and to create systems that hold them accountable for those expectations. Using a behavior checklist can be an effective system for supporting your students with a way to record class expectations, and then reflect on whether or not they met those expectations. You can use this graphic organizer for individual students or your whole class. It can be especially helpful to share with parents during conferences and to reference at IEP meetings.
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