K12 Behavior Modification Systems. What you need to know in 7 steps:
Behavior: Some students have a more difficult time in class for a multitude of reasons, and they are often expressed through misbehavior.
Academics: Teachers that spend time on discipline aren’t spending time on teaching, and it keeps all students from achieving their academic potential.
Help: There are solutions that focus on each part of the puzzle and integrate them into cohesive whole. These tools provide powerful, actionable data coupled with a system that maintains behavior records year after year for a strategic intervention program that makes kids and districts more successful.
Learn how five administrators have successfully managed their student's behavior issues.
"Behavior issues that interfere with teaching and learning have notably worsened."- Scholastic Magazine
Administrators: Administrators that spend time on tracking discipline issues aren’t spending time managing and improving their district’s workflow.
Students & Faculty: Students that misbehave are disruptive and distracting for those that are trying to learn. Most importantly, teachers that spend time on discipline aren’t spending time on teaching, and it keeps all students from achieving their academic potential.
Improving student behavior at Aiken County Public School.
Issue: Like every school district, Aiken experiences its share of behavior issues, from occasional outbursts to out-of-school suspensions for serious behavioral problems. Their current policy needed revision because it treated the transgressions of a third-grader the same as those of a tenth-grader.
Result: All schools now have access to a web-based behavior management system which addresses the need for age-appropriate, consistent intervention methods to manage negative student behavior and reinforce positive behavior and decision-making. It's used to record student behaviors and how teachers, staff and administrators have responded to these behaviors.