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Teacher Voice: The Official Kiddom Blog

Teaching resources, classroom stories, and company updates

Building a Web of Support for Students: What We Learned

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.

Back to School Checklist: Are You Ready?

Some teachers may be waving a white flag in October, while others decorate it with Sharpie! Find out which one you’ll be with this back to school quiz.

Welcome Back to School: A Letter From Our CAO

This week all Kiddom employees (many of whom are former educators) received the following letter from our CAO. We were so inspired, we had to share!

Rock the Bells: Personalize Learning with Playlists

A back-to-school story about the importance of embracing bells & whistles like personalized learning to keep students engaged — and how playlists can help.

Teaching Greatest Hits: Meet the Winners!

Following Teacher Appreciation Week in 2019, the Kiddom team is proud to honor FIVE spectacular teachers with personalized awards in instruction.

Resources

What Makes Kiddom for Android Special? Interview

I'm a developer. I'm a generalist. I bring to the table 15 years of experience packaged as a solid fullstack engineer. A proven record of successful products shipped. Love working with people from different backgrounds. Finding ways to create great systems. Balancing...

Stories

Taking Sides: Revolution or Oppression?

“We cannot treat our students as ‘other people’s children’ (Delpit, 1995) — their pain is our pain… audacious hope demands that we reconnect to the collective by struggling alongside one another, sharing in the victories and the pain.” — Jeff Duncan-Andrade “Why; our...

I Am an Educator, and I Am Desperate to Be Taught

The following post was submitted by a New York City educator. The author has chosen to remain anonymous. You’ll understand why. I am an educator, and I am desperate to be taught. I have been working in schools for eight years as a teacher, department lead, and...

Yesterday Was a Bad Day

Yesterday was not a good day. Xenophobia won in the U.K. The Supreme Court, by deciding nothing, exposed five million lives to fear, uncertainty, and instability. While his city still tries to heal, the police officer who drove the van where Freddie Gray’s spine was...

A Life Beyond the Classroom

When I was thirteen, I met a person who would redefine what I expected from a teacher. And for this, I consider myself very fortunate. I have had many teachers who cared about me, but no one influenced me as much as Fernando Acosta. For context, I did secondary...

Serious Play

Is there a direct correlation between early childhood learning experiences and high school graduation rates? Are students’ academic learning outcomes in later years, predetermined by the quality of their early childhood education? Research on the subject is all over...

Yes, You Do Want Drama in the Classroom

“Yo Mister, that ain’t right!” I’m teaching test prep in a Title I High School, in a part of Brooklyn that’s not portrayed on Girls, leading a rambunctious group of previously failing students through a content-review of the Cold War; exploring the difference between...

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