The Power of Data
To be successful, a behavior plan requires monitoring students’ responses to intervention by analyzing data. Positivity enables you to easily document and track both interfering and prosocial behaviors as well as interventions used as they occur—including the frequency, timing, and success of those interventions. No more carrying clipboards throughout the day and disrupting class to log an event!
Collect data efficiently
Positivity’s data collection provides insight into a student’s behavior throughout each day. Begin by completing a Core Behavior Profile to establish a baseline, then use the data to plan day‑to‑day strategy use, identify whether strategies are successful, make necessary adjustments, document IEP accountability, and ensure you’re implementing with fidelity and consistency. Easily shared with parents, this data also enhances the school‑home connection.
Guide positive behavior with clear insights
With its simple navigation and reliable online presence throughout the day, Positivity makes it easy to proactively manage behavior—supporting the emotional control in students that enables learning to occur. Thanks to powerful automation it’s easy to identify which approaches are working and make future strategy selections for positive outcomes.
Set realistic baselines
By using Positivity’s Core Behavior Profile you can gain actionable insights into each student’s attributes and motivations over time. Working from a clearly defined present level of academic achievement and functional performance (PLAAFP) gives fidelity and accountability to your behavior plans.
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