Class Dojo is a communications app that is used by students, teachers, and parents in order to share what is going on at school with parents and other interested parties. The ideas are to provide a platform where parents can see what is going on at school, students can post special projects to parents, and teachers can post ongoing information for parents.
Class Dojo is now being used in some fashion by 90 percent of K through the eighth grade in the United States as well as being very popular in over 180 countries worldwide. The app has been translated and is being utilized in over 35 different languages.
Class Dojo is not a one-dimensional tool that has to stick to a strict protocol, but it is very flexible and is a helper tool that helps educators create a very flexible platform that can be used by teachers, students and parents to support projects, homework, and education in general.
Class Dojo is used to share photos, videos, details about the classroom, and other messages that are shared throughout the school day. Ideas are brought to life from the classroom and the apps serve as a base for the dissemination of all information. There is no limit to the amount and kind of information that can be shared back and forth.
With Class Dojo, paper newsletters are a thing of the past. There are now dynamic news events happening at all times. By utilizing the app teachers and parents can come together and form a team of unity for their children. Kids love it because it gives them a chance to be creative and show off their abilities and progress all at the same time.
Finally here is an editable classroom format that allows everyone in on the party. The purpose of Class Dojo is not that of creating a perfect classroom. Sometimes learning can be very unorganized and organized at the same time, and Class Dojo makes it fun and valuable at the same time.