Authors: School Psych Tech

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School Psychology Tools App

I’ve now written several times about the School Psychology Tools app as updates have come out. A new update was released last week and provided some functionality I’ve been asking for. Woohoo! Ask and you shall receive, right?  I’m sure I’m not the only one who has asked, but it makes me feel good nevertheless.

Entered students/clients can now be archived when they age out, move, exit interventions, etc. This helps me immensely in cleaning up my student list within the app so I do not have to scan through a massive amount of students to find the student I need.

Actually archiving the students didn’t immediately stand out to me but consistent with previously provided developer support, within an hour I had a response to my question.

First touch the “edit” button in the top right corner.image

Then select the students you want to archive by touching the circle to the left of the picture/name (makes it turn to a red check mark). Once you select one or all the students to archive, touch the “archive” button at the bottom center.

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If  at some point you want to see the archived students touch the “select” button (bottom left) and choose “inactive” to view all of your inactive students.

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The new features are definitely easy to use, once you know how to use them. These are great added features and I can now remove it from my wish list but I still have one big wish for this app. I would return to using this app for every observation if I could take notes while the observation was running, similar to the BehaviorLens app, rather than pausing the observation and then opening the notes section. I’m certainly not saying that the BehaviorLens app is a better app since it also has several notable weaknesses and both have strengths that make my work easier than before I had the apps.

Is there anything else you wish was an option with the School Psychology Tools app or any great parts of it that I’ve overlooked?

Read more http://schoolpsychtech.com/2013/09/20/updates-to-school-psychology-tools-app/