When designing a behavioral intervention plan it is imperative to figure out the frequency, where and where problems occur. They can help the teacher determine why the problem is occurring and enable them to come up with a solution.
I really love this discipline chart. More detailed than smiley faces, the kids can go up or down with their clothespins in class and then it's a great way to communicate with the parents in their take home folder every day. Image only
Clutter Free Classroom (rpop) - behavior calendar - add tally marks next to number if needed - attach think sheet with more detail for serious offenses or chronic behavior issues - maybe use green for positive behaviors and red for negative
A Home Note Program to Support Positive Student Behavior and Outcomes
Finding JOY in Grade: Classroom Management: The Purple Clipboard. I wonder if this would be hard to maintain accurately all day, might work better in a middle/high school setting for periods than all day elem management. Like this idea.