There are three ways to document behavior in Otus:
👀 Visible to administrators, teachers, parents/families, and students
Administrators have the ability to create district recognitions that can be applied by staff members across the district.
Teachers have the ability to create custom teacher recognitions to assign to their classes.
When a recognition is assigned, it is logged with the date, as well as the option to include a note with that recognition.
Each of the recognitions is documented and can be analyzed using the analytics tool. This is especially useful to determine patterns of behaviors over time.
If students and family members have accounts, they will also be able to see the documentation of behaviors that are assigned with the recognition tool.
Add a Teacher Note
👀 Visible to administrators and teachers (and families, if included on Report Cards)
Teachers or administrators can attach notes to students within certain classes or in general for all classes.
As notes are added, a running record is kept.
This information is not visible to students or families unless the "Include in Report Card" option is selected.
Add Information into the Student Profile
👀 Visible to Administrators and Teachers
Attach notes, documents, images, or recordings to the student's profile.
Information will stay with the student from year-to-year.