R(e)Post of the Week: Class Charts Whole School is Free for Teachers

25 Apr

This week on Class Tech Tips, Monica Burns shares an announcement from Class Charts about the launch of a free whole-school version of their tracking tool. The name of the site is a bit of a misnomer because Class Charts does so much more than seating charts. It really lets you hone in on student behaviors, including academic behaviors. What I liked about this tool over others, such as Class Dojo, was the ability to share students and their records between teachers. With the launch of a school-wide version, I am sure this capability will be even more enhanced. Class Charts also has some cool data tools.

*disclaimer: I am not a fan of behavior systems that reward or punish students with points for behavior. I think the benefit of this tool and others like it is to help teachers track data.


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