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Do you want a ready-made Excel spreadsheet to chart your Behavior Report Card data? Click here! (Contributed by school psychologist Ron Hockman of East Liverpool, OH)

From Jim Wright: Send Me Your Ideas for Behavior Report Card Items!
If you have a behavior definition that you would like to see added to The Behavior Reporter Behavior Report Card Generator, type it into this form and email it to me. Thanks!
Your First Name: Your Email:
Behavior Report Card Idea:

Random Tip for Using Behavior Report Cards Effectively: Behavior Report Cards can be used to track student response to psychostimulant medications for conditions such as ADHD. When a student is put on a trial of medication such as Ritalin, for example, the parent may randomly give the student the prescribed medication on certain days and withhold the medication on other days. The teacher would not be told on what days the student has been given medication. Throughout the trial period, the teacher would rate the student's classroom behaviors each day. Later, the teacher ratings can be analyzed to see if the student's behavior and attention markedly improved during days when he or she took the medication.

Customize Your Forms. You can personalize all choices by typing in the student's first name and selecting the student's gender. You can also change the font style and letter size or write personalized directions to appear in the final form. (NOTE: You MUST click the 'Save Your Preference Settings' button in order to save your selected preferences.)

Student Name: Type in the student's name to personalize each item.

Student First Name

Student Gender: Select the student's gender to personalize each item.

 

Font: Change the text font in the reports that you create.

Text Size: Change the size of the text appearing in your reports.

Behavior Report Card Form Name: If you prefer a title other than Behavior Report Card for your form, write that title here.

Behavior Report Card Directions:Write your own directions for the Behavior Report Card or use the directions that appear here.

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Review Your Selected Items. You can delete items that you had previously selected or move those items up or down to change the order in which they appear on the report. You can also change the response format that will appear next to each item in the report. (NOTE: If you have not yet selected any items, proceed to Step 4.)

Delete Item

Move Item Up 1

Move Item Dn 1

Behavior Report Card Items Selected

Response
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View the Finished Form. If you have already selected ALL of your items, click one of the buttons below to view the completed form. Or continue on the the next section to select additional items.

Select Behavior Report Card Rating Items. Choose items to appear in your customized Behavior Report Card. You can write your own choices or select behavior items from the list below and edit them to suit your needs. Then click any of the 'Add Items' buttons to save your selections.

[Enter Your Own Item]
Hallway Behaviors
Homework Behaviors
Inattentive/Hyperactive Behaviors
Physical Aggression Behaviors
School-Work Behaviors
Socially Withdrawn Behaviors
Verbal Behaviors