ClassDojo is a unique company that is focused on improving the quality of education that all students are able to receive around the country and around the world. The platform for education that they have created focuses largely on communication and different ways of improving it for parents, teachers, and students. This allows teachers and parents to provide more encouragement and get students more engaged in the classwork and schooling experience as a whole. Through this app, parents and teachers can stay in direct and constant contact at all times, this way parents can always stay informed on things that happen in the classroom.
Teachers can also use the platform’s story board to post up pictures, notes, feedback, videos, and more for their students to take part in and view. In this manner, a whole year’s worth of special moments can be captured and saved. All in all, this app effectively removes the need for parent teacher conferences and home calls as well, since parents and teachers can just use the application to communicate no matter the time of day or if they have a busy schedule.
Thanks to the ever improving technology over the years, ClassDojo has finally been able to release their platform in the light that they wanted too, and they will continue to expand on it over the coming years as technology improves even further. What makes ClassDojo special in this respect is the fact that it is completely free for all uses to participate. All that is required is an invitation from a classroom’s instructor and a working internet connection on any current device on the market, which includes most smartphones.
Students can also easily get signed up on the ClassDojo application and set up their own personalized avatars to separate them from their classmates. All children under the age of 13 will need to get parental consent before they are able to participate in ClassDojo, however, they are not required to enter any personal information and everything is secure within the application itself. Today, ClassDojo is in more than two thirds of all schools in the nation and is still growing to this day.