Curriculum Planning Resources
Explore our free resources below or book a 15m chat with us to learn how Kiddom helps you deliver digital curriculum and monitor student performance live.
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Professional Development for Forward-Thinking Classrooms
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Curriculum & Instruction
In an upcoming webinar, we'll discuss the merits of a truly digital curriculum. Below we unpack some misconceptions about going digital, before exploring what's possible in the webinar. Join our discussion (Tuesday, July 28 at 3PM EST) by registering here. In...
Announcing new distance learning webinars to help educators feel prepared for whatever comes this fall. Attend all 4 to receive a certificate of completion!
Digital curriculum gives schools the autonomy they need to achieve their unique objectives. Here are the top 3 reasons that charter schools are going digital.
In this blog, learn how one teacher discovered that Kiddom could redefine parent-teacher conferences by making them more focused on students.
Do your students have access to technology at home and/or school? Find out how to implement one of 3 blended learning models that can transform classrooms.
We spoke to the Literacy Department Chair at Williamsburg Charter High School about how they used Kiddom data to create a scalable intervention framework.
What People Are Saying
“Kiddom is great for assessing data and then assigning appropriate work based on individual student performance. I love that it's very easy to attach standards and rubric to every assignment.”
Jackie Curts, Middle School Teacher
“Using Kiddom has made me stop and ask ‘Am I just letting this student repeat what they already know or am I really challenging them?’”
Ann Leghorn, High School Literacy Specialist
“I can see where my class and any student is at any moment in their educational journey. This way I can take action to assist them to work towards mastery.”
Mr. Albrecht, High School Teacher