Technology Support for Student Behavioral Development

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Paper analyzes the effectiveness of ClassDoJo in assisting third grade teachers with behavioral management.

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Pound, Kaitlyn 2013.


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Paper analyzes the effectiveness of ClassDoJo in assisting third grade teachers with behavioral management.

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21 p.: ill.


Abstract: A major concern that teachers have within the daily workings of their classrooms is with classroom management. Teachers feel that too much time is spent on controlling the classroom than on the instructional time of lessons. One program designed to assist teachers in this dilemma is an internet access system, ClassDojo. ClassDojo was created by Liam Don and Sam Chaudry, to assist teachers with behavioral management. Their program allows teachers to remain mobile in their classrooms and encourages students to become self-aware of their management skills. An action research study was conducted to determine if the use of ClassDoJo, as an immediate reinforcer, encouraged positive student behaviors during literacy stations time. To test the effectiveness of this program a third grade classroom was observed for a seven week period to track student behaviors with and without the use of ClassDojo.


  • Eagle Feather, Issue 10, University of North Texas Honors College: Denton, Texas. 2013


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  • Publication Title: Eagle Feather
  • Volume: 10
  • Issue: 2013
  • Peer Reviewed: Yes


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Pound, Kaitlyn. Technology Support for Student Behavioral Development, article, 2013; Denton, Texas. ( accessed July 12, 2024), University of North Texas Libraries, UNT Digital Library,; crediting UNT Honors College.

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