ClassDojo is an online platform that helps teachers, parents, and students to bring classroom moments at close range. It is an online podium that enhances skill and culture improvement through assisting the student to build critical skills. The online platform includes significant features that enable student share Photos and Videos and thus they can invite parents in sharing classroom moments.
ClassDojo has received a warm reception by the teachers and Students that they term results into happier classrooms. According to ClassDojo, in the United States, the platform had been already subscribed by 85,000 teachers covering both public and private schools across the US. Most teachers using ClassDojo are preferable teaching kindergarten at 8th level grade.
ClassDojo has developed an expansion plan that is targeting the App to reach more educators and parents within schools to improve cultural learning context through incorporating many players in the ClassDojo. The App ensure safety and secure serving and connecting with teachers as Liam Don outlines that privacy is the essential particularly when kids are involved, and it makes it crucial for parents to pay whenever they want to use the App so as to avoid automatic logging.
ClassDojo was founded in 2011, and was opened in San Francisco raised an investment of approximately $31 Million and got accredited by education tech accelerator Imagine K12. ClassDojo series B development was led by General Catalyst that contributed to massive investment. The Catalyst Managing Director Mr. Hemant Taneja highlights the success of ClassDojo from the initial development as a behavioral platform to profound known as educational software.
ClassDojo unveiled an application that enabled more learning that is aimed and growing mindset. The application includes characters of Mojo and Katie from Cast of Pixar’s Inside out. It is a series of animated video running on ClassDojo platform dedicated to alleviating the growth of Mind within Parents, Teachers and students.
The series of animated video being firstly unveiled by San Francisco revealed the ideas, competencies and acumen should be ever evolving and not rooted rather can be further developed to accommodate strength over time. These animated videos are released with collaboration with Stanford University by developing Project for Education Research That Scales (PERTS). PERTS was established within ClassDojo to promote motivation and resilience due to some teachers, parents and students are involved. The idea of growth Mindset is directed to adults’ educators who will disseminate the learning to kids