Elementary behaviour

3rd January 2003 at 00:00
Using ICT to track and analyse pupil behaviour is still a relatively new method. The School Software Company launched its Sleuth system at BETT last year. Now it has an improved version, based on user feedback. It recognises the need to record positive behaviour as well as negative and it adds more helpful functions for the teacher - by automatically generating letters to parents for example.

School Software Company Stand C126 www.schoolsoftwarecompany.com

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