The thing I like about this board is that it is colourful and appealing, but also that it is on a continuum and has multiple indicators. It puts it in the first person for the students.
I like how this one appears to have a sense of flow to it were the location a student falls can change from activity. It is simple and I would imagine appropriate for younger students.
What I like about this one was that it put the onus on the student to take responsibility for their actions and behaviours. Would, however, like to see a chart of classroom expectations from which to measure against.
Much like the first pin, I like that each level has descriptors. I would like to see this one in the first person, however.
This one looks more like a reflective piece from a student at the end of the day/week/unit. It is good, but not likely something that I would use in a 10th grade classroom.
Like the 2nd pin, I like how this one appears to have a sense of flow to it were the location a student falls can change from activity to activity.
This looks like an easy, self-reflective chart for students. Not teacher driven, but looks nice for a student who needs some guidance.
From favourite thing about this 'Weekly Behaviour Checklist' is that it changes from areas of weakness to a behaviour observation sheet to a "Sweet Behaviour" sheet. If all used at once the student can see the light at the end of the tunnel so to speak.
This one appears to be more geared towards a reflection over the long term on behaviour for a conference or reporting period. Not sure if it is something that is posted or generally referred to each day in class.
While I like that this one has a student focus, I would like it if there was a sense that things can get better or that the student has done something good by including positive statements as well.