Class Dojo review
Parents can also benefit from the ClassDojo app, by being able to stay up to date on the classroom activities. The app allows instructors to provide encouraging words for students, that praise them for qualities such as making improvements or working well as a team. Teachers can also upload videos, photos and important announcements to the app, that include parents in the classroom experience like never before. Students can upload their homework to a virtual portfolio that allows their teacher and parents to view their assignments and progress. Teachers can also speak privately and securely with parents, in order to provide input, updates and advice for improvement through instant messaging.
Parents can keep track of their child’s progress and updates from their home, and view streamed videos and photos directly from the classroom. ClassDojo keeps parents in the loop on their child’s progress in the classroom, while allowing the teachers an interactive link between students and parents, for a greater support system. The app helps facilitate a positive experience of the classroom that keeps students involved, accountable and motivated. The ClassDojo app is free for all users, and can be accessed from a variety of devices including smart phones, PC, tablets and smartboards. Teachers, students, parents and school administrators from around the world and over 180 countries are part of the ClassDojo community.
The ClassDojo app is simple to use and easy to navigate for students, parents, and teachers of any technical skill level. The app has a bright and clean interface that makes it easy to find all of the necessary features at a glance.
Cross-Platform Use 8/10
The ClassDojo app supports use with Android, iOS, and Windows OS devices, and works on phones, PC, tablets, and smartboards.
The ClassDojo app keeps the community of students, parents and teachers closer than ever by creating an interactive and safe atmosphere for sharing progress and encouragement. It bridges the gap between parents and their children in the classroom, while allowing parents and teachers an even greater line of communication, and improved access to updates and student progress.