will display productive school behavior on a daily basis with __________ frequency as measured by __________.
1 Arrive at class with all materials required for daily assignments. e.g. paper, pen, pencil, text, homework, evaluation sheet.
2 Identify and follow school/building rules.
3 Attend school consistently.
4 Arrive at school/class on time.
5 Identify and follow rules in lunchroom, bathroom, halls, bus.
6 Identify and follow rules as specified in each class.
7 Report to all classes in timely manner (before the bell rings).
8 When in class, will not leave without permission of staff.
9 Participate in small group activities.
10 Attend all scheduled appointments regularly and promptly (e.g. meetings with counselor, speech therapist and other support staff.
11 Deliver messages appropriately when asked by adult.
12 Sit in assigned seat.
13 Work quietly in me classroom.
14 Keep work area neat.
15 Complete assigned work on a daily basis.
16 Demonstrate on-task behavior, as specified during the class.
17 Ask for help when needed.
18 Adapt effectively to change (e.g. assemblies, fire drills, schedule changes, seat assignments, new students or exiting students).
19 Demonstrate knowledge of personal behavior.
20 Demonstrate ability to generalize classroom/school rules in various situations (e.g. with other teachers, substitutes. mainstream classroom).
21 Remain in seat unless given permission to get out of seat.
22 Make up all missed assignments when absent from school.
23 Ask for help in positive manner.
24 Wait one's turn.
25 Keep accurate record of classroom and homework assignments.
26 Finish a given academic task on time.
27 Appropriateiy seek teachers help, when needed.
28 Finish a given academic task on time.
29 Attempt tasks that may be considered challenging and be willing to take a risk with new material.
30 Leave desirable activity on request without losing control.
31 Work consistently without verbal or physical disruption of other students.
32 Produce work that is neat (e.g. uncrumpled paper, unsmudged writing and form, etc.).
33 Check over work for errors.
34 Accept correction appropriately.
35 Produce wark with stated required information.
36 Answer or attempt to answer questions when called on by the teacher.
37 State that she/he does not know the answer when appropriate.
38 Volunteer an answer to the teachers question in a voice tone, volume and physical manner appropriate to the situation.
39 Use appropriate language.
40 Follow direct/building rule concerning selection of food.
41 Use utensils in a proper manner.
42 Follow dassroom, building rules concerning unwanted food.
43 Deposit refuse in proper place.
44 Remain in designated area until excused.
will display productive school behavior on a daily basis with __________ frequency as measured by__________.
1 Keep materials organized in work area.
will follow directions given by teacher or staff or other adults with __________ frequency as measured by __________.
1 Follow verbal directions and complete requested task, assignment, etc., in a timely manner and with cooperation.
2 Read and follow written directions in a timely manner and with cooperation.
3 Recognize inability to understand directions and seek clarification or assistance before proceeding with task.
4 Follow directions promptly without the need for verbal reminders or verbal reminders.
5 Comply with teacher requests within reasonable time span.
6 Comply with requests from adults (e.g., teachers, principals, substitutes, and support staff).
7 Demonstrate knowledge of class rules by complying with rules during class time.
8 Follow classroom rules when lead teacher is not present.
9 Appropriately discuss questions regarding rules with staff.
10 Comply with requests of peers placed in positions of authority (e.g., class monitors, school safety, hall monitors).
11 Follow the verbal direction in a timely manner.
12 Comply with time out request near or at own desk.
13 Comply with time out request within own classroom in a designated area.
14 Comply with time out request when outside the classroom in designated area.
15 Comply with procedures to re-enter classroom (i.e., processing, hassle logs, or any re-entry form).
16 Remain in designated area until excused.
will remain on task and work independently with ________ frequency as measured by _________.
1 Sit on own chair at own desk (or remain in own space, e.g., carpet square, designated area, etc.) with appropriate posture (e.g. uptight and facing front) with chair legs on the floor and with feet in front.
2 Ignore distractions in environment by continuing to focus on own work.
3 Work quietly when given an assignment to completion.
4 Work steadily with attention focused on task.
5 Work steadily on task for length of time required by the teacher when given an assignment or activity.
6 Stay on task when adults enter or leave the classroom.
7 Attend to lectures and discussions using eye contact, head nodding, hand raising, verbal participant.
8 Independently begin task from a prearranged schedule.
9 Attempt to independently resolve problems with an assignment before asking for help.
10 Engage in productive activity while waiting for the teacher's assistance
11 Engage in prearranged free time activities upon completion of assigned task.
12 Ignore distractions while completing independent work.
will transition effectively between classes, between activities, from bus to school, from class to mainstream class, etc. with ____________ frequency as measured by ____________.
1 Line up appropriately.
2 Walk in line with other students keeping pace of the leader without making physical contact.
3 Change promptly from one activity/assignment to another without excessive hesitation or complaining.
4 Move directly from one location to another without disruption (e.g., classroom to classroom, playground to
classroom, classroom to library, etc.).
5 Keep hands and feet to self.
will engage in appropriate group activity (play, academics, classroom discussion, etc.) with __________ frequency as measured by ______________.
1 Accept group activity as defined by staff or majority of students.
2 Share materials willingly.
3 Work with others by exhibiting examples of behaviors: e.g., dividing and completing assigned responsibilities, exchanging opinio
4 Participate cooperatively with small group of students.
5 Participate cooperatively in large structured group.
6 Participate cooperatively in non-structured group activities.
7 Lead or present to group (e.g., present oral reports, initiate group activity).
8 Take action to carry out the group plans or decisions.
9 Follow designated group discussion rules.
10 Participate in a discussion led by the teacher by listening, raising hand and waiting to be recognized.
11 Make remarks relevant to the topic of conversation.
12 Make remarks to others that will be courteous and be constructive.
13 Wait quietly and respectfully while others are speaking.
14 Raise hand and wait quietly to be called upon.
15 Use appropriate phrases (i.e., "please, and thank-you, and excuse me").
16 Approach teachers and/or other adults appropriately.
17 Use appropriate body language in gaining attention.
18 Ask for assistance only when needed.
19 Ask permission if wanting to give or receive physical contact, e.g., hug.
20 Wait quietly and appropriately until adult can respond.
will control impulsive behavior with _________ frequency as measured by ______________.
1 Verbalize difference between impulsive and self-controlled behavior.
2 Demonstrate difference between impulsrve and self-controlled behavior.
3 Identify impulsive behaviors and potential consequences in real and/or simulated situations.
4 Practice self controlled behaviors in real or simulated situations.
5 Increase rate of self-controlled behaviors.
6 Self monitor rate of self-monitor behaviors.
will respect property of others and school property according to classroom and/or school rules with ____________ frequency as measured by ________________.
1 Distinguish someone else's property from own.
2 Demonstrate recognition of property ownership by using only those materials and objects for which permission has been given.
3 Ask permission to use another's property. (i.e., do not use/distrub/remove another person's property).
4 Return borrowed material at or before the previous/agreed upon time.
5 Use and return borrowed items to the owner in original condition.
6 Make restitution and be responsible for taking something without permission.
7 Demonstrate appropriate use of building and surroundings.
8 Demonstrate correct use of classroom equipment and materials.
9 Demonstrate safe use of playground equipment in such a way as not lo endanger self or others.
10 Return all equipment to the proper storage place.
will maintain and improve appropriate school skills in the mainstream setting with _______ frequency as measured by ____________.
1 Generalize appropriate behavior to mainstream settings.
2 Utilize behavioral checklist or other communication to mainstream teachers and return to designated teacher.
3 Respect classroom rules and expectations in each mainstream setting.
4 Adapt to differences in various settings.
5 Transition to mainstream class appropriately and on time.
6 Bring necessary materials to mainstream class.
7 Maintain appropriate hall behavior with escort to rnainstream class.
8 Maintain appropriate hall behavior independently.
9 Relate appropriately to mainstream peers in classroom.
10 Function successfully in mainstream with one to one adult support.
11 Function successfully and independently in mainstream setting.