3 Ways to Use Otus on the First Day of School

Author: Keith Westman | Features |

As you begin to plan for the 2019-20 school year, we wanted to share a few ideas on how you could use Otus on the first day of school:

Idea #1: Have students complete the Thrively Strengths Assessment

Instead of having students complete a traditional “get-to-know-you” survey, get to know your students by having them complete the Thrively self-assessment so that you see each student’s strengths and interests in the Student Profile in Otus.

Learn about Thrively here.

Idea #2: Create positive/negative recognitions with your class

As a class, decide what 3-5 positive and negative behaviors you want to track throughout the year. Then, add them to Otus so that you can monitor more than just academic performance within Otus.

Be sure to download the mobile app for Apple or Android!

Idea #3: Have students set a BIG goal for the year using the Blog

Use the blog feature to have your students set a goal for the coming school year.

Learn how the Otus blog works here.

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