What's great about this website is that you can customize the positive and negative behaviors to meet the specific needs of a student or class. For example, with one of my students, the green/ positive points are given for "whole body listening" and asking questions (his targeted speech goals). The red/ negative points are given for when he is "moving too much" or when he is taking all the "talk time."
When I run groups, I also use Class Dojo to motivate the entire class to meet my goals of good group participation including: seated with the group, looking at the speaker, quiet listening and safe hands. If the group is doing all this, I can give everyone positive points all at once. If someone breaks from our group plan, then I can also give individual points (positive or negative).
At the end of sessions, I can show the class or student a graph of how much positive vs. negative behaviors they used. Even better than that, I can show students exactly which behaviors they are great at, and which they need to improve on.
I mostly use it on my computer or iPad. If using it on an iPad, it seems you have be connected to the Internet. In addition, it is a good idea to set up the targeted behaviors from a computer or laptop. If working with a class, I can see how using it with apple TV would work perfectly!
I don't even use Class Dojo to its fullest potential. There are options to print or email reports to parents and have student and parent logins.
I know Class Dojo is designed for classroom management, but as a speech therapist, I love it in my individual sessions too!