Good practice guide: Target Setting for Behaviour Management



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GOOD PRACTICE GUIDE: Target Setting for Behaviour Management

Some students with hidden disabilities, such as those with mental health disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or Asperger’s syndrome, benefit from having targets for behaviour management. Targets make it clear to the student what is and what is not acceptable in the learning environment, and help them to understand and meet the expectations of teachers and the learning community as a whole. Target setting needs to be done in a positive not punitive way, and time needs to be set aside for reviewing progress and updating targets. Praising progress and achievement is essential. An example of a target-setting sheet is set out below, and a blank copy is provided on the following page.




WIT (Weekly Individual Targets) sheet

Student: Charlie Feathers Teacher: Peter Fisher Group: SJ Date targets agreed: 15 October

Learning targets

• To draw up an essay plan with teacher.

• To hand in draft essay on Friday.

• To make visual notes in class to stop you feeling bored.

• To use the mindmapping approach we practised.


Behaviour targets

• To sit always at front right hand desk near door.

• Not to call out but indicate you have something to say by putting up your hand.

• To leave the room to go to ‘time out’ room only when absolutely necessary.

• Not to take more than one ‘time out’ per lesson.

• To make sure that time out does not exceed ten minutes.

• To return quietly.


Date of review: 22 October

Student comments

I didn’t leave the room at all some lessons. I didn’t make a noise when I came back. I still don’t like making notes. I made an essay plan.

Student rating (5 = excellent, 1 = poor) 1 2 3 4 5



Teacher comments

You made an excellent essay plan but it stopped there. You were very considerate when you left and came back. Thank you. You missed two lessons completely but were here that day. You did not call out at all and you made a really useful contribution in answering in the class discussion question on the abolition of slavery.

Teacher rating (5 = excellent, 1 = poor) 1 2 3 4 5



What should we target next?

We agreed we should retain the behaviour targets. Next week’s learning targets will be to achieve 100% attendance, and draft the essay.

Date for next review: 29 October

WIT (Weekly Individual Targets) sheet

Student: Teacher: Group: Date targets agreed:

Learning targets


Behaviour targets


Date of review:

Student comments
Student rating (5 = excellent, 1 = poor) 1 2 3 4 5

Teacher comments
Teacher rating (5 = excellent, 1 = poor) 1 2 3 4 5

What should we target next?


Date for next review:

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