By Terrance Williams
05/10/2018 on Tech & Learning
…At Lincoln Middle School in Passaic, New Jersey, we are using a behavior management platform called Hero to acknowledge and reinforce positive behaviors among students and flip the ratio of positive to negative communications…Read full article here.
Christian DeLaRiva and James Buynar
01/09/2018 on Smart Brief
…Reward good behavior. This is core to the Hero system. When students do the right thing, we award them with “Hero points.” We’ve customized the software to recognize students for being early, participating, and being “Revere Ready,” meaning they’re dressed appropriately and ready to learn….Read full article here.
11/29/2017 on TeachThought
…Hero also makes it easier for Lyons Creek to reach out to parents to let them know about their children’s achievements and less-than-satisfactory behavior. Parental involvement and reinforcement helps keep students on track while building school engagement…Read full article here.
11/28/2017 on Edvocate
…Tardiness had been a problem for this STEM magnet school serving about 1,200 students in grades six through eight, most of whom come from low-income families. But with the help of an online behavior management platform called Hero, the school has turned that problem around quite dramatically…Read full article here.
By: Alexa J. Henry
10/30/2017 on Edweek Market Brief
…Hero K12 and BV Investment Partners Acquire SchoolMint: Student behavior management app Hero K12 and BV Investment Partners have acquired SchoolMint, a provider of cloud-based student enrollment and school choice systems for PreK-12 district, charter, and independent schools, according to a statement…Read full article here.
By Matthew Lynch
10/26/2017 on The Edvocate
…The school looked to Hero K12, which is a behavior management platform to manage discipline through evidence-based methods, like positive reinforcement (research shows that negative consequences do not affect long-term behavior change) and redirecting negativity…Read full article here.