|Title of the resource/tool||CLASS DOJO|
|Language of the resourc||Arabic, Belarusian, Bengali, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Croatian, Danish, Dutch, French (Canada), French (France), German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Punjabi, Russian, Serbian, Slovakian, Slovenian, Spanish (Latin America), Spanish (Spain), Turkish, Ukranian, Vietnamese, Welsh|
|Type of the resource/tool||
|Field of application||
Online learning and behaviour monitoring
Data storage and sharing
|Methodology of using the resource/ tool||
ClassDojo is a simple classroom management resource using positive feedback and parent communication.
The platform provides diverse functions, including home-school communication, strategies for positive behavior interventions and classroom management for many users: parents, students, teachers and school administrators. It allows for communication between teachers and families in real time and across many languages.
Teachers can send pictures of children; comment about student behavior, achievements or activities; share information about upcoming programs and more, all via a self-contained online platform that can be accessed through a mobile-based application (hereafter, app).
Students can create and upload photos, videos, drawings, and journal entries through ClassDojo, and can also upload Microsoft Office files, PDFs, and image files from any laptop.
On ClassDojo, each student has an avatar, and teachers can track student behavior through awarding (or subtracting) points based on student performance. Teachers can decide what counts as good behavior and decide how often to communicate with parents using the platform. All of these behaviors are saved and monitored—and potentially shared with parents. ClassDojo transforms the actions and behaviors of students (e.g., participating in a discussion, raising one’s hand or speaking out of turn) into data that are recorded, stored and shared.
DiGiacomo, D., Greenhalgh, S., Barriage, S. (2021) How Students and Principals Understand ClassDojo: Emerging Insights. Nature Public Health Emergency Collection, PMC8320715 66(2): 172–184.
|Link to the resource/tool||
|Resource/tool operating mode||
Need software installation
iPhone y iPad
|Resource/tool can be used for||
|Access to the resources/tool for the user||Login needed|
|Privacy and security politics||https://www.classdojo.com/lt-lt/privacy/|
Competencies improved using this tool
- Organizational communication
- Reflective practice
- Managing, protecting and sharing digital resources
TEACHING AND LEARNING
- Assessment strategies
- Feedback and planning
- Accessibility and inclusion
- Differentiation and personalisation
- Actively engaging learners
FACILITATING LEARNERS’ DIGITAL COMPETENCE
- Digital communication & collaboration
- Digital content creation
Soft skills for digital tutors