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PSS Launches Review360 GenEd Student Behavior Tool
Developer Psychological Software Solutions (PSS) has expanded its Review360 line of student behavior management tools. The company last week launched Review360 GenEd, a tool designed to help with student behavior in the classroom.
Review360 GenEd (for "general education," as opposed to the company's separate special education tool) comprises a professional development component for teachers and a school-wide framework for fostering positive behaviors on campus.
The professional development component is made up of six individual modules designed to improve teachers' classroom management skills, including modules covering correction strategies, reinforcement, effective interactions, techniques for structuring learning, building routines, and communicating expectations.
The framework is designed to help school leaders implement practices to "reduce the occurrence of problem behaviors in school, resulting in a more positive school climate, and increased academic performance," according to PSS. These include the use of school data systems for more effective interventions and the creation of support teams, as well as other tactics.
Review360 GenEd is available now. Further information, including a data sheet and demo request form, can be found here.
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