Mobile app is designed to help teachers with behavior management

09/7/2011 | KQED.org

A new Web and mobile app is aimed at helping teachers track and manage students' behavior in the classroom. The app, ClassDojo, allows teachers to note positive and negative student behaviors on a scale of -1 to +1 and generate reports for individual students or an entire class. The program is meant to be a tool for educators and administrators, as well as students, who may respond well to the immediate and public feedback the program offers.

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