This access is available for users who login with their email address. It is not available for team-based logins.

 

To select programs for a session:

  1. Click Start a Session on the left-hand side and select the student you are working with

  2. Under the student's name there are two sections, "Behavior Board Setup" and "Session Skills Setup".

  3. Select programs to run by checking the box near each program name under the "Behavior Board Setup" and "Session Skills Setup" sections. Each time a programed is selected, it is put into the blue drawer at the bottom, so that it can be run during a session
    - Please note, If the student does not have any programs to choose from, a supervisor should now add programs. Click here to learn more about setting up a program book.

Each program has an overflow menu (click ) with the following options:

  • Enter Score: Manually enter a score and date. Interval programs cannot be placed in the session drawer, but users can manually enter the score here.

  • Edit Program: Easy access to edit the program including its targets.
    - Use of this feature should be determined by internal policy guidelines.

Access the Data Collection Area and Choose a Student

To access data collection and select a student:

  1. Navigate to mobile.threadlearning.com and login. Click here to learn more about logins.

  2. Click Start a Session from the menu. 

  3. Users will see a student name under the "Start a Session" heading. Click the small triangle (right) to open a drop-down list of students assigned to you.

  4. Select the student you are working with.

Please note, if users do not have any students assigned to them, please contact a supervisor. Click here to learn about managing students.

Select Programs for a Session

To select programs for a session:

  1. Under the student's name there will be two sections, "Behavior Board Setup" and "Session Skills Setup." 

  2. Select today's programs by checking the box near each program name under the "Behavior Board Setup" and "Session Skills Setup" sections.
    - If the student does not have any programs to choose from, a supervisor should now add programs. Click here to learn more about setting up a program book.

Please note, each program has a menu on the program selection screen.

The Menu options are:

  • Enter Score: Manually enter a score and date. Interval programs cannot be placed in the session drawer, but users can manually enter the score here.

  • Edit Program: Easy access to edit the program including its targets.
    - Use of this feature should be determined by internal policy guidelines.

Take Session Data

  1. Once programs are selected (above) tap the blue area to "View Current Session". This takes directs users to their session drawer or work area shown below.

  2. Take data with (+) (-), or for duration programs, play/pause.

Saving / Graphing 

Session Skills programs: Make sure trials are completed. For a ten trial program, once users hit 10 trials the buttons will turn white (inactive). That means the data point has been graphed.

If trials need to be ended manually, click the menu and select End Program to stop and graph. The buttons will turn white (inactive), indicating the data has been graphed. This is REQUIRED to graph an unlimited trial program, or to end early, (e.g., after 7 of your 10 trials).

Behavior programs: these will be graphed overnight. If other instructors have collected data on the same student and program, it will graph collectively.

Close a Session

There are multiple ways to clear a session screen after data has been graphed. Use the method that fits with your workflow best.

To close a session:

  • Tap Close on the overflow menu to close programs individually, as needed.

  • Programs can also be left after they have been graphed. Tap Run Again on the overflow menu to start fresh in the next session.

  • Tap X (upper right) to close the session screen and return to the program selection screen. 

  • Uncheck any remaining programs on the program selection screen, if needed. This also empties the session screen for next time.

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