The parents of the special needs students I have had need/like to know how things are going from morning to afternoon with their child. Here is one behavior chart, I have used with a few students in my class. After creating the behavior chart, I am sure to inform the parent prior to starting the behavior chart about what the goal is for the chart.
For this particular chart I write the activity in (math, reading, centers, specials, etc.) and copy it for the week. I give the student a double happy face for great behavior, a single happy face for acceptable behavior and a sad face for.... sad behavior. If I am not the teacher for the period then I ask the teacher in the room to tell me the rating. The icons you see at the top are also printed out for the student to have as a visual on their desk.
This chart slips into a page protector and goes home to the parent for signature. This chart is used in addition to a student chart in the classroom, this is just a quick way for the parent to know how their child did that particular day.
For my serious bloggers. Does anyone want to take me on as a "student"? How do I put the picture of the behavior chart on this posting?!?!? How can I do all those fancy things to the blog also? Some of them are so incredible and so pretty to look at. :)
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