ClassChart is a free to use web service that lets teachers and parents create behavior charts for children. At its most basic, the website offers its users a seating plan for the class. You can create an account on the website and then type in the names of the students in your class. After you do this, you can order the students positions in whichever way you want. You can pin certain students to their location so they are not mistakenly moved by you or by other users on your account. This basic seating plan serves an important purpose for teachers of young children in a physical classroom.
Another feature offered by the website is behavior monitoring and recording. Often in young childrens classrooms, you will find charts that award points or stars for good behavior and ‘black stars’ for bad behavior. The website works in a somewhat similar way where it lets you award children points for good behavior. Good behavior categories include kindness, good work, good progress, and a lot more.
There is also a bad behavior category that covers homework issues, rudeness, arguing, and various other categories.
Overall, ClassChart offers a very simple yet effective solution for teachers who are looking for an easy way to seat children in the classroom and monitor their behavior. Parents of multiple young children will also find this website to be very useful in monitoring their children’s behavior and rewarding them for their good behavior.
- A user friendly web service.
- Lets you create seating charts for your class.
- Lets you award points to children for good behavior.
- Lets you take away point from children for bad behavior.
- A very useful website for teachers and parents.
- Similar toos: Scootpad.
Check out ClassChart @ http://www.classcharts.com