RESULTS ARE BETTER.
A proactive and preventative positive behavior reinforcement program that integrates into your existing instructional model for K-12 schools.
Integrated Positive Behavior Reinforcement
Chalkable performs data analysis at the start of every program to benchmark findings and measure the results. Data meetings with key administrators to assess the impact on student learning gains, attendance improvements, discipline infractions, and subgroups. This allows districts to make adjustments to the program as needed to meet the intended goals for the year. We’ll provide staff with training that sets them up for success. Our ongoing support and best practices from coaches and experts ensure a seamless transition into their existing
Learning Earnings Platform
A cloud-based solution designed to keep students motivated, make learning more engaging, and improve the environment in every classroom. Teachers set goals for students. Students earn credits for achieving goals, track and save points, or cash in their points for prizes. Parents can log in and watch their child’s progress.
“In partnership with Chalkable, we are excited to see the continued improvement and student achievement that results from districts implementing school-wide systems of support leading to safer, more positive learning environments in which every student thrives.”
– Dr. Thomas Bice, State Superintendent ALSDE
Analytics and Data Services
Our coaches meet with administrators to go over data reports and analytics so you can make informed decisions throughout the year. At the end of each of these meetings, we’ll provide a summary report and make recommendations to keep your school on the right track to meeting the goals set at the start of the program.
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How Positive Behavior Reinforcement Impacts the K-12 Classroom
Explore the results of a year-long study that explores the impact of positive behavior supports in the classroom. In the 2014-15 academic year, we partnered with Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE) to formally measure how effective a positive reinforcement program could be in improving three critical student achievement indicators: truancy, failing grades, and discipline infractions. The results were remarkable.