My Classroom allows teachers to visually look up from the seating plan to see which students are involved in an incident or need to be awarded points. Behaviour can be logged on a student by student basis or by selecting multiple students and choosing an action.
You can’t assign detentions directly from My Classroom, but you can record behavioural incidents, which may trigger automatic detentions depending on how you’ve chosen to set up your behaviour incident workflows.
For each student, you'll see a number for behaviour recorded for the pupil during the current lesson.
Positive incidents and positive behaviour award points are added up in the green circle, and negative and neutral incidents and behaviour award points are added up in the red circle.
Each incident counts as one score point and behaviour award points are counted by their value (e.g. 3 star points would show a 3 on the behaviour score and a level negative 4 incident would count as 1).
Logging points or incidents
For individual students
Click the Record Behaviour button in the top left corner.
Click on a student in the seating plan and select whether to log an incident or behaviour points.
Here’s an example of logging an incident. Your school may have identified some common behaviours such as ‘Disruption in class’ or ‘Great contribution in class’ will are shown first to you when logging an incident, but you can type into the box to find any other behaviour type.
The actions available and who is assigned will depend on your school's behaviour setup.
Or as another example, logging points on the scale my school has set up.
Click the Select multiple button in the top left.
Click the students that you wish to record behaviour incidents/point awards against to select them, then click the Record Behaviour button to log an incident or assign points.
Fill in details in the popup and click Log. Your school may have identified some common behaviours such as ‘Disruption in class’ or ‘Great contribution in class’ will are shown first to you when logging an incident, but you can type into the box to find any other behaviour type.