Category: EdTech Engineering
Kiddom helps teachers plan, assess, and analyze learning in one cohesive system. Learn how to use our Timeline, Planner, Reports, and Settings features.
We’re building Kiddom to be a place where teachers and learners can work together effortlessly, no matter where they are. Today, we’re proud to release our first version of an iOS app that supports both teachers and learners. Our latest iOS app (optimized for iPhone and iPad) makes it easier than ever for teachers to […]
When I was in high school, I was lucky enough to have a teacher whose teaching style made learning so fun and engaging that he inspired me to pursue my own career in education. Mr. Pecucci was my computer programming teacher my sophomore year, and for the first time in my life as a student, […]
By now, most people know Mark Zuckerberg (CEO of the-application-responsible-for-making-you-think-you-live-an-unfulfilling-life) and his wife, Dr. Priscilla Chan, announced they’re giving away roughly 99% of their wealth (about $45 billion) to charity. In their letter, they highlighted “personalized learning” as an initiative the charity will focus on. I’ve read and heard mixed opinions, which is a good […]
The final draft of the “No Child Left Behind” rewrite is heading to Congress for a vote. With another persuasive title, the “Every Student Succeeds Act” (ESSA) takes one step forward from the two steps back taken with “No Child Left Behind” (NCLB) and “Race to the Top” (RTTP). I really think we should take […]
There’s not a single day in the school year that’s capable of both boosting teachers’ morale or crushing them entirely more than data day. Use the data. All the data. Before I continue, I must first disclose I’m not against the “idea” of data day. Nor am I against measuring class data to inform and guide […]