When you sign up for class charts, it immediately asks if you want to collaborate with other teachers in your building. For teachers in grades 6-12 where the students often share multiple teachers throughout the day, the collaboration feature is very handy. This allows the teachers to see the children's behavior with other teachers and to see if there are certain patterns to the positive or negative behaviors. The image that you work from is a seating chart for your classroom, and each student's image or an avatar represents them.
Class Dojo is similar to Class Charts. It allows you to create a free account and set up all your students with avatars or pictures. It does not use a seating chart approach, but lists the students in alphabetical order. You can award positive or negative behavior points. In addition to individual student behavior charts, it gives graphical statistics on the "class average" for behavior, which would be nice if you are doing a class award for a certain
A great free app that tracks and manages student's behavior.
In addition to focusing on behavior it also works as a learning management system (LMS), where it includes grades, attendance and evaluation of activities. You can use your mobile device to assign behaviors and see over time how the behavior correlates with the classroom grades. It includes seating charts and customizable behavior options. There are also graphical reports for students and parents to view.