PBIS Rewards & Student Behavior Tracking
Minga went to PBIS school so you don’t have to.
An all-in-one module for creating positive school changes through PBIS rewards and student behavior tracking. This module was built for the unique requirements of middle and high school.
Measure, assess and create a positive campus community.
All the tools you need to drive and develop your high school PBIS rewards system and help manage and track student behaviors.
Easily record, report, and track student behaviours in the classroom or the hallway.
A good PBIS rewards program helps establish clear expectations for students and when implemented correctly will see students spend more time in class than out of class. Minga makes it simple to track student behaviours and supports students who are at risk for developing unwanted behaviours.
Bring your school
community to life with school-wide points.
Spark excitement through your school community by enabling the Public Leaderboard, which will update in real-time as students complete challenges, polls, and any other activities. Points can be assigned and rewarded for completing Minga Challenges, checking into Events and Activities, or responding to Polls that have been shared in your Minga.
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More Features on PBIS Rewards and Student Behavior Tracking
FAQ’s on PBIS Rewards and Student Behavior Tracking
Yes they do. Whenever a student receives praise or guidance they’ll receive a notification to their Minga. The notification also specifies what behavior they performed that led to the praise or guidance.
Yes we do! Each time a student receives a point we keep track of when, why, and from who. There is a leaderboard that staff can access to see which students are thriving and which might need some more attention. This leaderboard can also be made public if the school decides to keep a real time scoreboard. Additionally whenever a student receives a point it will be added to their respective teams points.
Traditional PBIS systems were made for the elementary level, younger students have more desire to obtain prizes whereas older students are driven far more by peer recognition and collective team initiative. The Minga PBIS system is also a better fit for high school students because of its equal opportunity to obtain points based on Challenges, Activities, Polls, and Praise.
All devices! They can scan the Student’s Digital ID on their phone or search the student by name or number on any device.