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For a list of Classroom Management programs recommended by teachers, 

check out Graphite's list of the top classroom management apps and websites.


Complexity for Teacher            Grade-level focus                                                                                    Instructional Elements
Easy                            = works particularly well for Elementary School                      = personalized learning
Intermediate             = works particularly well for Middle School                             = gamified
Advanced                   = works particularly well for High School                                 = engaging
 TOOL     ABOUT WHY USE IT CONCERNS  TUTORIAL  RATINGS
ClassDojo

  
  • track and manage student behavior
  • give students real-time feedback on behavior in gamified way
  • simply assign merits or demerits on device; makes sound indicating that a student has been given or deducted point
  • communicate with parents
  • More info 
  • lots of fun for kids
  • gamified - brings out competitive spirit not only in individuals but in whole groups
  • easy to set-up, easy to use
  •  if not used with consistency, will not work
Class Dojo YouTube Channel
 

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ClassCharts



  •  easy way to manage student behavior with carrots/sticks
  • easy to set-up
  • helps organize seating charts
  • quality reports
  • more info
  •  engaging
  • minimal time commitment for teachers
  •  can be too focused on rewarding behavior, not teaching behavior
 
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Classcraft


  • instant feedback for students on their behavior
  • fantasy-based community with levels, achievements, and real-life rewards
  • more info
  •  gamified - challenging, long-term, exciting, fun
  •  lots of front end work
  • may not be interesting to your students
 ClassCraft YouTube Channel
 
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