The Doing What Works Library

Daily Behavior Reports

  • Share


Katie Ranftle
July 1, 2014

Daily Behavior Reports

The Daily Behavior Reports comprise three separate forms for tracking student behavior, which teachers can use to support students in the development of appropriate classroom behaviors. The first Daily Behavior Report provides students with visual feedback from their teacher in the form of a happy, sad, or neutral face in response to their behavior. The second Daily Behavior Report supports collaboration between students and teachers to set behavior goals and track how the student meets these goals over a one-week period. The final Daily Behavior Report aims to measure a student’s academic engagement and behavior twice a day.

Related Files:

Attachments 1

1 Attachments

The following files have been uploaded by the author to supplement the primary media item. You may download and view these files to assist your learning.