Can an app change fifth-graders' classroom behavior?

06/13/2013 | Edutopia.org

Fifth-grade teacher Lisa Mims writes in this blog post how she uses a mobile-device application called ClassDojo to manage classroom behavior. The system allows her to award points for positive and negative behaviors, track behavioral trends to pinpoint when students are at their best or worst and send behavior reports home to parents.

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