Maximizing engagement, minimizing distractions
When your students master self-regulation and emotional control, your classroom experiences fewer disruptions and runs more smoothly. Positivity gives you the power to encourage prosocial behavior as a seamless element of daily educational routines. Put more of your focus on teaching, and less on behavior‑related incidents.
Apply strategies consistently across all learning environments
Simplify and streamline classroom management with consistency. Positivity’s digital delivery of strategies is designed for portability, following students where they go throughout the day—to the cafeteria, a general education classroom, therapy, or a remote learning setting. The visual schedules and flexible scheduling options allow you to integrate prompts and strategies that reach students wherever and whenever they are needed to keep their focus on learning.
Spend more time on instruction
Taking a proactive approach to building self-regulation and social-emotional skills empowers you to spend more time on student learning and less on correcting behavior. With automated incident tracking and data reporting, Positivity keeps your focus on instruction, preventing disruptions caused by having to stop and hand-tally behavior events.
Integrate Positivity with your other n2y solutions
Positivity’s comprehensive self-regulation strategies are integrated into n2y’s Total Solution, offering powerful workflow support and unifying the education team. If you subscribe to Positivity and already use other n2y solutions, individualized visual schedules and assigned behavior strategies will appear for each student via Student View in Unique Learning System, L3 Skills, SymbolStix PRIME, and News‑2‑You to guide your students through their day as they transition from one learning setting to the next.
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