Identifying Invisible Progress

Identifying Invisible Progress

Building a foundation of trust between the student and teacher is a critical component of effective behavior management. ClasStars helps teachers easily record the frequency and level of disruptive behavior so that they can develop proactive rather than reactive interventions.

The ability to see if misbehavior increases or decreases over time can help teachers track progress in a student’s overall behavioral pattern. In doing so, teachers can track a student’s invisible progress. ClasStars is not a point system, rather it helps teachers support students who are struggling by reinforcing praise to increase a student’s motivation.

Identifying Invisible Progress

Swipe down on a student’s picture to record a misbehavior.

The red border surrounding each student reflects a higher ratio of tracked negative behavior.

Full Function Mode

When Full Function Mode is activated, swipe down and a wheel of the above options will appear.

Snapshot Dashboard

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