Any teacher would agree that classroom behaviour directly correlates to a student's academic success. As behaviour issues are resolved, students' progress improves measurably, as does the climate of their classrooms / schools. The keys to resolving those issues are consistent and effective screening, progress monitoring, reporting, and interventions, which until now have been woefully inadequate. Enter Review360, the comprehensive, web-based behaviour improvement system that provides the right behaviour data for the right situation.
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See for yourself how Review360 works
Review360 is a fully integrated behaviour improvement solution. The dashboard gives the user access to all functionality implemented by the district and allows them to stay informed, up-to-date, and connected with other stakeholders.
- Access online, on demand research-based professional development
- Complete assigned courses online
- Sign up for other available courses
- View course status
- Access and utilize a comprehensive progress monitoring system
- Create individual student behavioural plans
- Input progress monitoring data for behavioural objectives as well as targeted behaviours
- Receive system-recommended, evidence-based interventions and strategies with implementation steps andvideos
- Generate and share reports with stakeholders
Incident Reporting and Analysis
- Report office referrals and other incidents
- Access evidence-based interventions and strategies
- View reports, charts, and graphs bystudent, type, etc.
- Access an integrated incident reporting system
- Conduct universal screening with several screening options
- View screening status
- Generate reports
- Take appropriate action
The configurable dashboard provides insight into your school’s climate with real-time, actionable data.
Quickly and easily configure the dashboard to meet your needs by selecting the widgets most helpful to you.
Incident Reporting and Analysis:
View incidents by type, staff, student, ethnicity, location, time of day, and assign consequences.
Access individual student behaviour plans to view progress and generate charts and reports.
Assign online, on-demand, research-based Professional Development and monitor course status.
Oversee the universal screening process, view results, and take appropriate action.
6 indicators of effective classroom management
Good classroom management practices are a prerequisite for student success, and consistency is key when setting classroom behaviour expectations. Here are six benchmarks for effective classroom management.
Setting behavioural expectations is the foundation for proactive classroom management. Appropriate and acceptable behaviours must be taught, modeled, practiced, and reinforced on a daily basis.
The teacher of a well-run classroom recognizes that the behaviours that are reinforced grow stronger over time. Praise, comments, and constructive feedback let students know they are being successful. There is a greater ratio of positive vs. negative interactions.
Classroom procedures must be defined to provide guidance to students in how things work in the classroom. They should be methodically taught and consistently enforced to become habit within a short amount of time.
A well-run classroom includes a good balance of structure and nurturing. Students that have a positive relationship with the teacher and the other students feel safe and comfortable to learn. There is a climate of respect and caring. A sense of community is present.
A structured classroom and well-prepared teacher greatly improve student success. Having required materials and supplies readily accessible reduces the occurrence of problem behaviours.
In a well-run classroom, problems will still occur, but the teacher has developed a plan for correcting behaviour that has been taught and reinforced. Both positive and negative consequences have been initiated, and desirable replacement behaviours are identified.
5 steps to improving student behaviour
School districts everywhere are challenged to improve student behaviour and academic performance while also managing their response to a variety of educational initiatives. Applied by some of the largest school districts in the country, these 5 steps are the foundation of Review360®, the only behavioural management solution to work across multiple tiers of intervention.
There are no shortcuts to better student behaviour, but there is a better path.
The path to improved behaviour starts with observation. Easy-to-complete reporting forms promote regular progress tracking by teachers and administrators, ensuring consistent data reporting.
Compiling information from teachers and others provides a more complete picture of the student’s behaviour. We’ve simplified this step by organizing behavioural data in a centralized database.
Now it's time to analyze the data that you've tracked and aggregated. Equipped with a complete picture of student behaviour, the development of an appropriate behaviour intervention plan becomes easier.
You're now ready to help a student improve behaviour and track their progress. An effective behaviour intervention plan prepares you with practical strategies that fit the student's profile while being consistent with district protocols.
The final step in a systematic approach to behaviour management is communicating actions and progress across all parties, resulting in continuity of expectations and consistency in the student's school day.
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