Once the children complete doing their test of attention the teacher can scan the list of children from within the system and assess their individual level of attentional capabilities. At this stage, if attentional difficulties are spotted, it will be suggested to refer the student to further diagnosis
Emily, 7 years old
Emily, seven years old isn’t coping with her homework; it is very hard for her. She is never at ease; she becomes impatient, acts impulsively and tends to fight with her siblings which causes tension and makes it difficult to have a quiet evening at home.
Roy, 6 years old
Roy, six years old, started first grade this year. While still in kindergarten his teacher advised his parents that he is unable to sit still; he is always running around and endangering himself.
Andy, 8.5 years old
Andy, eight-and-a-half years old, is a quiet student who and according to his parents, has difficulty completing tasks. Every little noise or movement can easily distract him and it is a challenge for him to return to the task at hand.
What is common in all these cases is the fact that these kids are dealing with difficulties maintaining their focus, behavior and attention, and might have ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder).
The system will automatically produce three reports for each student, these reports are associated with the student's Individual attention profile.
suggesting techniques parents can use at home to strengthen their student social and learning abilities.
The third report goes to the student himself. This time, showing the student this strengths and weaknesses in regards to his attention, suggesting technics that could make a difference in his life.
School Counselors have additional benefits from the system allowing them an aggregated view of the entire class and grade. For more information go to School strategies.
AXON-School™ integrates a comprehensive view of the entire classroom and of the entire grade. These can be especially useful for class behavioral and performance management by the teacher and for the same management on a grade level usually done by a school counselor.
Try to recall a class you have been teaching that were notorious around school for being very difficult and noisy, this could be a very frustrating class, and many teachers feel that they do not possess the right tools to deal with such a class. We know that the attentional profile of a class could be an important starting point for a change. Imagine that based on the test results you find out that around 40% of your students are Impulsive-Hyperactive, and that many of them are highly distracted by visual stimulation. This knowledge can dramatically change the way you perceive your class, and we even make suggestions on what could work better in such a case.