School and classroom culture are foundational for every successful school. Kickboard lets you track the behaviors and character traits you choose, applies your rules consistently, and helps you maintain consistent expectations without the hassle of paper-based systems.
Maintain High Standards From Class-to-class
Students don’t slip through the cracks when teachers and schools use Kickboard. Because behaviors are updated in real-time advisors can check on their students’ performance throughout the day and intervene accordingly. Teachers can tell who’s having a good day or a bad one before the class walks in the room. By helping them provide consistent, timely feedback, Kickboard helps teachers and administrators build the relationships they need to maintain high standards.
Automate Discipline Systems
Kickboard automates your consequence systems.
Four demerits triggers one hour of Detention? Done.
Two incomplete homework assignments today means a student must attend Homework Club tomorrow? Done.
Kickboard implements your existing discipline logic so that students receive appropriate consequences automatically. No need to email Detention lists by the end of the school day or keep track of who’s eligible for Friday Celebration on a clipboard. Kickboard takes care of it for you. When it’s time to make parent calls, accurate contact information is conveniently located in the same place.
Streamline Positive Rewards
Kickboard makes your rewards systems easy to manage.
Record two Merits for “Demonstrates leadership”? Done.
“Incomplete homework” subtracts two Scholar Dollars? Done.
Kickboard updates student “point totals” every time a specific behavior is recorded and even makes automatic “deposits” nightly or weekly.
Analyze Classroom And School Culture
Kickboard gives you a powerful tool for analyzing school and classroom culture. Measure in real-time the frequency of specific behaviors at the student, class, grade, or school level. Use the data to drive conversations about classroom management, proactively plan professional development, and collaboratively develop behavior improvement plans.