Entering a behaviour concern
Using IRIS's fully customisable drop-down menus, you can enter a behaviour concern quicker and using fewer clicks than with other behaviour applications. Even the most technophobic of classroom teachers find IRIS's input screens very simple to use - It Really Is Simple!
Entering class rewards
You can, of course, enter rewards for individual pupils, but what about the ‘grey’ kids? The ones who are not the best in the class, who never misbehave but who never get a reward? On IRIS this is not a problem, you can give rewards to the whole class with just one click of a button!
Classroom manager is IRIS’s unique tool which facilitates extremely quick and easy entry of both rewards and concerns by the class teacher. It really doesn’t get any simpler than this!
List view analysis on IRIS
IRIS can return data for analysis in a number of ways. This video shows how the standard interactive list view on IRIS works. Unlike other behaviour management programs, IRIS’s tables and graphs are interactive, allowing you to view the data in different ways at the click of a button. Standard date range and view filters are provided and the tables themselves can be arranged according to any column heading. Pupil names in the tables are links to the pupil behaviour history; so, having identified the big players you can see their full behaviour history at the click of a button.
Graphs showing trends in behaviour are produced automatically. No need to run reports, simply select the criterion you wish to view. For example you can choose to view the trend in either rewards or concerns by year group, house group, event, location, time of day, faculty and more. Any of these criteria can be set as a filter just by clicking on the title.