Let's Talk K-12 Data Interoperability.
Instructional technology in today's classroom requires far more than a LMS. To connect the district to true student success, it takes a school operating system.
Views on Your District's Curriculum Management
Do you have the ability to manage, deploy, assess and act on curriculum alignment across your school or district? The view of who is using which curriculum and how successful it is? This is the power of Kiddom Academy.
Push Curriculum Out Centrally
Are your administrators able to centrally distribute curriculum with a fully mapped scope and sequence? We believe teachers should be able to teach the way they want, with the ability to use and customize the curriculum provided. This ultimately saves the teacher time, which they in turn can devote to differentiating instruction.
Content Usage & Effectiveness
Can your administrators tell if the curriculum they purchased is being utilized by classrooms? What if they could see not only if it is being used, but by who, for what, and its effectiveness?
Discovering & Scaling New Apps and Content
By getting the realtime view of what apps & content are being used in the classroom (as well as what standards they are being used for), you're able to identify the best content faster, ultimately impacting our students.
Knowing Which Schools Need More Resources
Teachers love Kiddom for the ability to discover and plan standards-aligned content. But administrators love Academy, for the ability to view how teachers or schools are tracking in realtime -- simply check the dashboard to view what any class is working on, how teachers are tracking, who needs support, and who deserves a shout out.
Standards-Aligned Content Library
Teacher Support System
From the District to the Student
Do your students have agency of their own work? Do their families have the data at their fingertips to understand what they’re working on and stay informed? What if you could look up a student’s report card to date in an instant? With Kiddom, you have views at all levels of granularity, from the district to the student-level.
Data Interoperability From the Classroom to the District
By connecting the dots between instruction, academics, content, and curriculum, we are minimizing the friction limiting student success. By hosting these key components that influence a student’s progress in one, living, breathing platform, we can finally move towards the goal of all K-12 schools...personalized learning.
Instructional Technology Articles
As we return to in-person teaching, AP Whitney Green considers some of the distance learning skills that could be brought into the classroom.
Instructional Coach Ann Leghorn applauds teachers for their adaptivity and shares 3 changes in the culture of virtual teacher observations.
In the last weekend of January, educators and proponents of digital curriculum gathered to discuss its impact on schools with Kiddom.
What People Are Saying
Jackie Curts, Middle School Teacher
Ann Leghorn, High School Literacy Specialist
Mr. Albrecht, High School Teacher