Jace constantly blurts out in class. It seems random, but you don't know for sure because you can't teach and tally at the same time. Wouldn't it be nice if you could punch a few numbers into the computer and get a complete behavior analysis over time?
Welcome to the only behavior tracker you will ever use. Track up to 5 separate behaviors at a time, for up to 10 separate periods.
Each period, a student receives a 0, 1, 2, or 3 for their behavior. Enter rubric scores on the Data Entry tab and click the Graph tab to get a real-time view of that student's progress. This form gives you a COMPLETE analysis, not just basic averages.
You will instantly learn:
- How does the overall behavior change over time (daily and weekly)?
- How does each behavior change during specific class periods over time?
- Which settings have the best/worst behaviors?
- Which days of the week are best or worst?
- Automatically creates goals based on your criteria.
- Keeps track of changing criteria for rewards as behavior improves over time.
- Stores information on a secure online server...you grant access to relevant staff and can view from anywhere.
- Give parents View-Only access so they can reinforce school-behavior in the home environment.
- Print graphs for parents during meetings.
- 100% compatible with IEP goals. Analysis tab lets you transfer behavior averages to official progress monitoring sections of an IEP.
Why spend time doing things a robot can do?? This form gives you a trove of information and asks very little in return!
Have you noticed how most behavior apps or forms aren't "quite" right? That's because computer programmers don't know what teachers need to understand a student's behavior.
My forms are unique because I am an experienced school psychologist AND computer programmer. I use these skills to create forms that take simple observations and automatically generate detailed reports. Student behaviors are complicated. Teachers deserve an easy way to understand them as much as possible.
(One license covers your entire school building)