EdPlan™ Student Behavior Management contains a comprehensive set of Web-based tools, each with evidence-based behavioral interventions, reporting tools, incident tracking, and other features that assist educators in making data-driven decisions to improve behavior.
The easy-to-use, process-based tools and features lift the new staff training burdens and allows teachers to be more efficient and effective.
Our tools reduce the time required to conduct teacher interviews, write documents, develop plans, and hold meetings.
The module allows key personnel to make data driven decisions using up-to-the-minute information with real-time reports.
System alerts prompt staff members when additional action is required based on district or state policy.
Standard or ad-hoc reporting tools with filtering at multiple levels allow for data analysis and generation of reports. They provide assistance in compiling state discipline reports for districts, based on incident details that have been captured.
Our range of tools helps organizations to appropriately report and manage bullying incidents. The system allows parents and students to report incidents anonymously and allows staff members to report incidents and related factors, including levels of involvement, with real-time data entry.
Student Incident Reporting (SIR). Allows staff members to report incidents and related factors with real-time data entry. Provides student incident history, monitors need for manifestation determination meetings, documents physical restraints, records actions taken based upon user permission level (e.g.: teacher, administrator) and creates finalized records for tracking incidents over time.
Restraint and Isolation features. Help districts or organizations to appropriately manage cases involving restraint or isolation. These features can stand alone or plug into Incident Tracking and document
Allows teachers to enter quality ratings for students on a daily basis for Behavior, Academic Engagement, and Attendance. Offers a graphical display of data entered for an easy baseline method of data collection for all students and can also be used in progress reviews as additional information in making data-driven decisions.
Provides a quick and easy format for identifying students with specific challenging behaviors to assist schools and districts in proactive intervention. Research shows that students identified early in the school year via an informal screening tool are often the same students that end up referred to the office so many times over the course of weeks or months.
Behavioral Monitoring. Allows easy entry of behavioral measures and provides graphical displays of individual behavioral trends. Parameters for the measurement system are set to allow the behavior to be consistently measured and plotted over time to facilitate longitudinal monitoring of individual students. This module can be tied to Intervention Plans to track behavioral progress against specific interventions.
Guides staff to enter important information and factors related to the behavior. Gives the behavior specialist a synopsis of variables and factors that appear to be related to the occurrence and non-occurrence of the behavior.
Offers an easy recording mechanism to enter real time, directly observed A-B-C data and additional environmental information. Calculates probability relationships of antecedents, behaviors, and consequences.
Offers tiered, evidence-based intervention plans that can be electronically shared with teachers, team members, and agencies. Results in a step-by-step intervention process that better ensures fidelity of implementation.
Allows staff to review progress against interventions and make appropriate 'next steps' determination. make appropriate 'next steps' determination.
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