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Category: Teacher Tips
After reading Marie Kondo’s book, a life-long learner explains the system she developed to tidy up her time and find joy.
As a teacher, you know there aren’t enough hours in the day to plan, teach, evaluate, and still have time for yourself. Reflecting on and planning for individual student strengths, areas of growth, and interests can take a backseat if you’re constantly overwhelmed by lesson planning and making resources from scratch. That’s where Kiddom comes in. […]
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!
The first step to an emotionally regulated classroom is to be emotionally regulated yourself. Here are three tips to get started.
Dear Teachers, Thank for your passion, commitment, and service to students in 2015. Once you’re officially on winter break, I encourage you to disable your e-mail, file away student work, and push lesson planning off until the New Year. You’ve earned the right to procrastinate. As a former high school teacher, I often caught myself […]
Teachers, we’re so excited to share with you what we’ve been working on. Our goal at Kiddom is to empower teachers as they passionately educate and inspire the future leaders of tomorrow. And today, we’re a step closer to that goal, with the new mobile Teacher Dashboard. Student Achievement Data in Real-Time Something to look […]