Student engagement is often the toughest part of the job, but with the new Classhook Kiddom partnership, educators have even more fun content to assign.
Category: Curriculum & Instruction
Education is awash with efforts to personalize learning. But what does it mean for a company to personalize its support for the teachers who use its product?
To support our pilot schools’ desires to build student ownership, we’ve expanded assignments and the ability to trace a student’s journey to mastery.
We recently tripled the teaching resources available to teachers in Kiddom’s Library. Here are six of our favorite content providers.
What are Planner and Timeline? Understand two of Kiddom’s most powerful tools that set them apart from many other edtech tools in the K-12 space!
We believe teachers should have access to collaborative curriculum development without the need to be in the same room at the same time.
It’s not rocket science: when teachers collaborate and communicate effectively, they design richer learning experiences for students.
When teachers have the tools to communicate more efficiently, they can build curriculum that helps students thrive. Here are three case studies to prove it.
Last week I went to see Pipeline, a riveting play, at least on its surface, about education. I left the theater fantasizing about the opportunities for lesson plans that lived within the lines of the play. I went home and googled the Gwendolyn Brooks poem repeated throughout the narrative. I read an article about the playwright. I scanned YouTube […]
It’s the time of year to help students pinpoint areas of interest and encourage them to explore those further. As the year comes to a close, student motivation can start to slip. When the weather warms up, it’s okay to admit that some students may be counting down the days until their summer vacations start. […]
Well-designed, differentiated curriculum lets students meaningfully connect with content, but designing it can take hours. Introducing curated playlists!
Planner allows teachers to “get ahead” by organizing learning activities for students within units. This could be ideal for blended learning or flipped classrooms, but it’s perfect for my self-paced class.