The PBIS Rewards System is a tool and tracking system for schools that follow a PBIS framework and utilize rewards to encourage positive behavior. The PBIS Rewards System simplifies giving rewards and redeeming rewards by taking advantage of the scanning capabilities of smartphones and tablets.
Teachers and Administrators give students points by scanning a bar code or QR code assigned to the student. The process is fast and simple. The bar code can be on a nametag, desk sticker, class roster sheet, or a student ID badge. Students can then redeem points for privileges and/or items using a similar process.
The backend system supports the concept of events and a store. There is a simple interface for creating and managing events and items within the store. The backend system also keeps track of students and teachers and all activity related to giving points and point totals.
Teachers and Administrators can access a desktop system to review a student's history, balance, etc. Administrators have the ability to add and remove students and add and manage teacher access.
No more fumbling around with torn up papers, cutting out reward documents, or keeping track of mountains of tickets…digitize your incentives with PBIS Rewards.
The latest version of PBIS Rewards contains style improvements and the new SEL feature.
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Fine, but could be better
There needs to be a way to view My Activity in the app. I cannot always remember if I have given points for that day or not
This app has improved over the last year and a half since we have been using it at my elementary school. The developers are so helpful and open to new ideas. Any time there is an issue, they are on top of it right away. The use of this has gone so well, we have been contacted by many other schools who are interested in how we have used it. The data we get from the system is super helpful!
App needs a random button and the ability to organize students by first name! Website version could make random button simpler. I shouldn’t have to select all students before clicking the random button. Then once a student is picked, I should have the option to give points from the student pop up instead of exiting out and then selecting the student again. Too many steps for something that should be simple. Your programmers could learn a lot from ClassDojo.
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