With your LiveSchool behavior rubric, you create an easy-to-follow roadmap that directs students towards the positive behaviors you want to recognize.
Your LiveSchool rubric is made up of two parts.
Categories (Excellence, Demonstrate Values, Academic Skills, etc.) group your behaviors (Helping Others, Improvement,Outstanding Participation, etc.) into clear sections.
A few questions set the foundation for your rubric.
For more tips on building your school's behavior rubric, check out our blog!
There are three popular ways to organize your rubric.
A values-based rubric (most common) organizes the rubric by the values your school wants to reinforce in your scholars.
You can label categories with a number to choose how they are sorted on your rubric.
A location-based rubric organizes behaviors by the locations where they are most relevant.
A grade-level-based rubric organizes your rubric for different age groups in your school.
Before customizing your rubric in LiveSchool - an important decision should be discussed amongst your team: will your school subtract for negative behaviors?
Make sure to configure LiveSchool to support your decision. Go to Setup > Site > Points System to choose this setting.
If you choose "No, Don't Subtract" you can still record negative points for data collection, but points will not be subtracted from students' point balances.