ClassCharts is a web service that is both an interactive seating chart and student behavior tracker. The logic of the site is that student location, both vis-à-vis the teacher and specific other students, has a significant impact on that student’s ability to focus on the content and skills being taught. This service provides longitudinal data concerning behaviors and performance. Graphical in nature, ClassCharts allows you, the user, to visualize behavioral data, even generating a weekly report. This resource has gamification elements, and is one step away from letting students become character classes in the classroom.  Students can be “givers,” “healers,” or “stinkers.” BTW, the service is large enough now to command the attention of some LMSs. As time passes more shall be included.

Simple Uses?

I like the idea of measuring positive behaviors alongside the negative ones. It is almost certainly more productive to reward the good rather than simply correct the bad. I would use the product in that light. Add a discussion participation metric to this site, and you’d have a site that teachers would have open throughout the teaching day.

Do I Plan To Use It?

No. I already use a discussion participation rubric that I am fond of,

Commitment And Learning Curve


Best For



Demo version, very limited, is free. I could not find a price to buy the full version, but rather I was taken to a form to request a sales rep to speak with me.