ClassDojo, the behavior management platform for teachers, has rolled out version 2.0 of its Android and iOS app, letting teacher manage, edit, share and sync student behavior-reports directly from their smartphone.
Launching out of beta last August, ClassDojo lets teachers add pupils’ names and customize the behaviors they want to encourage. During class, positive behavior is reinforced by dishing out feedback points, using any computer, tablet or smartphone; these feedback points are displayed in real-time in the classroom with audio-visual cues. It automatically compiles this data into reports, letting teachers monitor progress, trends and share information with parents.
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ClassDojo claims to be used by more than 15 million teachers and students around the world, and now it will also let teachers access the full functionality on mobile devices that was previous available only through the Web, including setting up and customizing their classes, taking attendance, viewing progress reports, and inviting other teachers.
The updated apps are available now.
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