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LiveSchool Launches Free Behavior Management Tool

LiveSchool has launched a free version of its behavior management system for K-12 classrooms. Previously only available via a school-wide contract, the Web-based application is now accessible to any teacher with an Internet-connected device.
LiveSchool allows students to trade their behavior points for rewards such as school supplies or a class pizza party.

Based on positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBIS) or school-wide PBIS, LiveSchool allows teachers to record behavior points for students. Features of the system include:

  • The ability to select multiple students;
  • The ability to create new classes;
  • At-a-glance progress views;
  • The ability to record the location of behaviors;
  • Comment sharing;
  • The ability to display positive feedback on an interactive whiteboard or projector while keeping demerits hidden;
  • Class dashboard displays with total points earned, daily or weekly point totals and class growth charts;
  • The ability for students to spend points earned on rewards such as the ability to choose their own seat, have a pizza party, take a homework pass or get an extra recess;
  • Data bubbles that include points and demerits from all of a student's teachers so each team member can see how their day is going; and
  • The ability to print weekly reports for individual students that include information from all of their teachers.

For more information or to sign up for LiveSchool, visit whyliveschool.com.

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