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Motivation tools that you choose to increase the frequency of user actions that drive performance and your ROI.

Motivation tools that you choose to increase the frequency of user actions that drive performance and your ROI.

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  • Thank you for time – I realize how valuable – will try to be respectful by not belaboring any points but moving quickly through presentation and demo leaving sufficient time for your input and questions.uBoost is a customizable behavior recognition system/platform. Any student activity or behavior you believe is valuable to the University can be reinforced through rewards and recognition to maximize outcomes. The power of the platform is that the reinforcement is not only automated, consistent and frequent but, most importantly, relevant across your student groups. Relevancy is achieved across a large culturally diverse non-traditional student group by using a myriad of automated recognition strategies which I will lay out for you today. Strong evidence suggests that students do respond to such incentives.   While incentive programs which offer rewards based on global performance are effective in promoting student achievement, reinforcement programs also impact behavior. Rooted in classic behaviorist learning theory, reinforcement programs provide a reinforcer immediately following the desired response or behavior, leading to increased frequency of such behavior. Achievement and, more specifically, recognition of achievement, promote further, deeper engagement in learning . 

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  • Online Motivation Program
  • Couldn’t you just give out gold stars like the other teachers, Miss Price?
  • Automate recognition
    It drives all human behavior
  • HOW
    Member Desires Mapped to uBoost Features
  • Real-Time
    Recognition
  • Rewards
  • Donations to Charity
    Fight World Poverty
    Stop Animal Cruelty
    Support Education
    Save the Environment
    * Very inexpensive and often is underwritten by corporate foundations
  • Virtual Pets
  • New Characters
  • Design Themes
  • Design Themes
  • Design Themes
  • WHERE
  • WHO
    Peers/Self
    Relevant
    Recognition
    Family
    Instructor
    Community
  • Parent Facebook Sharing
  • WHAT
    Target Behaviors
  • Custom Status Badges
  • Goal SetterLife-long skills
  • Time on Task
  • info@uboost.com (866) 921-4480
    Thank You!