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Screen and progress monitor in less than 1 minute.

DBR Connect is an online tool that allows teachers, administrators, and school-based intervention teams to rate student behavior over time. Users can then generate reports, which can better inform decisions about what sort of interventions are needed.

Core features:

  • Get started quickly: Learning the system is intuitive, plus thoughtfully designed set-up tools help administrators easily import student data.
  • Rate three research-based behaviors: Academically Engaged, Respectful, and Disruptive—in less than 1 minute per student using built-in scoring sliders. 
  • Customizable: Add targeted behaviors like “Uses cell phone during class,” which can be tailored to the group you are monitoring.
  • Make reports and charts work for you: See results by behavior, by student, or by teacher; across an entire school; or as a comparison of one student to a group.
  • Track behavior from start to finish: Screen students’ behavior, get recommendations for implementing interventions, and monitor progress over time. DBR Connect also works well in tandem with other rating tools you might already be using.
  • Easily identify at-risk students: Research-based cutoff scores highlight which students are ideal candidates for progress monitoring.
  • Apply to all levels of the school hierarchy: Teachers can monitor student behavior, school administrators can use data for school-wide intervention strategies, and district supervisors can view data across multiple schools.
  • Replace your paper trail with a digital one: Online rating eliminates time-consuming sorting and filing and leaves more time for what’s really important—making sure students succeed.

Made for educators

Authors Sandra M. Chafouleas, PhD, and T. Chris Riley-Tillman, PhD, both started out their careers as educators so they have experienced the challenges, dissents, grumbles, and endless paperwork.

Meet the authors

Learn more about DBR

The authors of DBR Connect are publishing a new book this spring that describes how DBR can be used as a tool for assessment, intervention, and communication in schools. 

To learn more, click here.