Teachers and learners, you sent us hundreds of submissions nominating your principal for the Star School Leader Award. So many, in fact, that we couldn’t choose just one. See the twelve recipients here.
Category: Teacher Voice
In the third of our blended learning series, we cover two models that are the best fit for classrooms with central learning labs. The individual rotation model, included under the rotation model umbrella, has students rotating between different stations and…
For National Arts in Education Week, we’ve asked members of our team at Kiddom what studying the arts meant to their education. Here’s what they said.
Captivate your classroom with these teaching “playlists” which are a series of themed blended resources you can use for the diverse students in your class. Explore each playlist by subject, or access the entire collection. Social Studies: The Problem With Prosperity Our world is more interconnected than ever before but globalization has vast economic, political and social […]
Summertime is a crucial period of rest for students, but as educators we know minds should stay active to retain the year’s learning and ensure brains “stay in shape” till back to school season. So how do we balance giving our students time to recharge, while keeping them academically engaged? The key is to provide […]
If you’re done with standardized testing, your students are on the final stretch. Here are 3 ways Kiddom can help you end the year on a high note.
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 not rocket science: when teachers collaborate and communicate effectively, they design richer learning experiences for students.
The principal slams the door open and skids into my high school English classroom, sweating and red-faced, eyes darting across the room. Most students barely notice him come in; they’re all standing in clusters rehearsing opening remarks and giving each other pep talks. The two young women closest to the door look up at him, […]
I failed 9th grade algebra. I assumed that I needed a photographic memory, or maybe it was because I’m dyslexic. I definitely lacked the stealth necessary to cheat; classmates routinely lifted their shoulders to block my vision of their exams. I could never explain why I tested so poorly, but standardized tests weren’t interested in my excuses. The […]