Thursday, September 29, 2016

Class Dojo

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Last week I discussed a behavior management tool called The Great Behavior Game. This week I’d like to introduce another tool called Class Dojo. Class Dojo is a free tool that has some nice features that help teachers, students, and parents connect to promote a more positive classroom community. Class Dojo is probably most appropriate for younger students in grades K-3 or K-5, but could have applications with older students as well.

Class Dojo facilitates student self-management of behavior through the use of digital learning portfolios. Students and teachers can share updates with parents.
Class Dojo is a free web-based tool - no app to download & install for kids or you (unless you choose to use a personal device instead). Learn how to get started (20 min video from Meg's Crayons). A number of teachers in our schools use Class Dojo already - just ask around or give me a call!

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