Middle School Social Worker Jessica Orapallo shares how distance learning has brought surprising positives to one learning community in Brooklyn, New York.
Category: Student Centered
Discover how to use Kiddom technology to create classroom culture at a distance, and build authentic, inviting connections with students.
In this blog, learn how one teacher discovered that Kiddom could redefine parent-teacher conferences by making them more focused on students.
Merging data with qualitative instincts should be the standard in education—not a privilege. A visit to Greenville, SC gave us a glimpse into that future.
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.
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. […]
“Imagine you will be teaching a class full of Sheldons from The Big Bang Theory.” That is how teaching students with unique learning was introduced to me as I interviewed for my current teaching position at a boarding school designed to support these challenges. The majority of my students are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder […]