A friend and I attended the workshop (Proven Classroom Management Solutions) on Aug. 23 at which you spoke. We both found your presentation very helpful. You might be interested that she was a brand new teacher struggling with some classroom management issues, one of those being a particularly disruptive and constantly off task student. She has used the self-management on-task/off-task worksheet (you handed out) with a fair degree of success. About a week after introducing it, she found out after school that she would unexpectedly be absent at a workshop the next morning. As I helped her with the sub plan, we agreed it was too much to ask the sub to manage the on-task/off-task worksheet and, since she had not prepared the student to do it without her, she would just “let it ride,” so she did not leave a new tracking sheet for that day. When she returned to school at noon, the student proudly showed her the white board she had pulled out and tracked herself as on-task/off-task for the morning!