Using Sown to Grow in class has been popular with my students. In a class vote, they preferred Sown to Grow 20/23 students for tracking math facts and Raz Kids data.
Last week we expanded the use of the website to 2 new applications. Students are now tracking their writing score on paragraphs. When they meet with me to discuss their writing they enter the rubric grade they've received. Based on our conversation they also add a note about 1 thing they can do better in their next writing. For example, they might need to capitalize sentences, add a topic sentence, turn fragments into complete sentences, or add more varied verbs. Before they write the next assignment they check Sown to Grow to see their specific goal.
Also, students are tracking kindness. Each Friday they will either mark "completed" or "not completed" as their status (hopefully never the latter). In the notes they will describe one specific act of kindness from the week.
Speaking of which, The Great Kindness Challenge starts Monday. Find more information here. My class was lucky enough to have Melissa Dyrdahl from Ella Health visit a few weeks ago to talk to students about kindness has impacted her career and they shared their thoughts about kindness with her.