Behavior Point Sheets are easy ways to target challenging behavior. Students earn points throughout the day that can be redeemed for preferred reinforcers. Point sheets are intended for students to receive frequent feedback on specific behaviors and serve as a visual reminder of expectations.
As a school psychologist, one of my roles is to communicate testing results to the team (i.e., school staff, parents, and the student). When we start talking using “jargon” words such as “standard score,” we are assuming that the team understands what norm-referenced scores are. As a general rule of thumb, can an eighth-grade student truly understand what you are saying?