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Improved Engagement and Better Behavior: Just a Few Clicks Away!

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You know that certain students typically demonstrate exemplary behavior, while others frequently act out and misbehave, but how can you easily quantify and record this? In this webinar, we will show you how to easily document and improve student behavior with a free web tool that lets you engage your students by awarding and recording real-time feedback. We'll cover how you can use Class Dojo to print or email behavior reports to parents or staff to help keep your students on track. You'll also learn how to sign up for an account, set up your classes, and customize the types of points you want to award or take away for student behavior. Finally - behavior management made easy.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Thursday, December 15, 2016 @ 5:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Classroom Management, Response to Intervention (RTI)
Tags: behavior management, Class Dojo, Classroom Management, Dojo, Organizational and Time-saving Tools, Response to Intervention (RTI), student behavior

Reviews (123)

Class Dojo looks awesome.
I love the fact that you van involve the parents in the class work with the children. Some children need that
Class Dojo is more than behavior reward which is awesome!
That was very helpful and informative. will definitely make using it next year easier and interactive.
Great information
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Best way to communicate with parents.
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A great overview of Class Dojo. Student portfolios are a feature that I was previously unfamiliar with.
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It is the best communication with the parents.
Great information, as a SPED teacher I work with Class Dojo as well. I work with my grade level teachers that have Dojo and I am allowed to add points to the student home class Dojo.
This has helped the classroom teachers and myself better observe our student behaviors. I have actually written IEP goals that include achieving points on Class Dojo
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