WeeBehave makes it possible for a parent or a teacher to add children to the account and create a list of “to do“ tasks for every child.
The motto of WeeBehave says: “Manage. Motivate. Measure“, and WeeBehave does exactly that:
• you can put all the tasks you assign to your own children or students on the lists with their names,
• you can let children suggest some tasks or chores they volunteer to do or they think they should do, and so you motivate them even more to do a better job completing them
• children feel motivated to complete all the tasks, knowing they are on the list and to be checked at the end of a lesson or a day
• you can ask children to help you decide if the tasks have been done well enough to gain a green point (completely), a yellow point (only a part) or are still in red (not done)
• you can easily compare the amount of work every child does, and the progress over time of every child by comparing a child's work on different days of the week, or even see the previous week and plan next with the same or different tasks.
I showed the site to my children and they were motivated both to help me create the lists for them and to give me arguments for a more precise assessment.
This is what my younger son's list looked like when we first tried the site:
I think the tool can be very well used in small groups of students, for children's behaviour at school as well as for tracking progress with the foreign language they learn.
I plan to give it a try with a group of fifteen students to see if I can motivate them better this way and make them more aware of all they do and more responsible for their own success.