At Kiddom, we strive to make products that will connect teachers and learners, and help deliver as many aha! moments as possible. The result? Kiddom has so much to offer that it’s hard to keep track of it all. 

With free curricular resources, instructional tools, assessment data, and a communication suite, our free Classroom app for teachers has what it takes to improve and streamline the process of learning—but only if teachers know how to use it.

When you sign up for Kiddom, you may notice a series of emails welcoming you to the product. In this sequence, over the course of a few months, you’ll learn how to do everything from assigning work to sharing reports and data. But what if you want to get off the ground a little quicker? After all, we’re in the middle of the school year.

Introducing: Kiddom Classroom Orientation!

We’re excited to announce that, starting next month, we’ll be offering a free webinar walkthrough of Kiddom Classroom every week. Each Wednesday, members of our School Partnerships and Customer Success teams will host a session that covers the basics of how to use our free platform for teachers and students. Learn directly from experts on Kiddom Classroom, and bring them your questions on the ins and outs of our app. 

These sessions will begin on Wednesday, January 13 and alternate between 4pm Eastern and 4pm Pacific time. Click here to register! Bring your questions and concerns, and prepare for many aha! Moments, which you can then bring back to your students. Hope to see you there!

Vivi Hyacinthe

Vivi Hyacinthe

Marketing Specialist

A lifelong learner, primarily through storytelling. 

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