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Teacher Voice: The Official Kiddom Blog

Educator resources, school stories, and Kiddom updates

Teacher Voice: The Official Kiddom Blog

Educator resources, school stories, and Kiddom updates

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Helpful Resources For Educators and Families Impacted by COVID-19

More Distance Learning Webinars by Kiddom + OUR to Help Schools Prepare for Fall

Announcing new distance learning webinars to help educators feel prepared for whatever comes this fall. Attend all 4 to receive a certificate of completion!

How Can Educators Deliver Equity in a Digital Environment? (Webinar Recap)

Learn an equity framework, then explore features that can help you implement equitable practices in your digital or blended classroom.

How to Assemble Your Distance Learning Toolkit (Webinar Recap)

Teacher Melanie Gillingham of Bethel School District shares how she assembled her distance learning toolkit and how she plans to use it into the Fall.

Revolutionary Patience: Moving to a Digital Classroom

In light of COVID-19, teacher and engagement director Geoffrey Schmidt offers some hope and advice for those transitioning to digital classrooms.

Kiddom + Open Up Resources: Best-in-Class Digital Curriculum

We’re excited to announce a partnership with Open Up Resources (OUR) to offer schools and districts best-in-class curriculum delivered via the Kiddom education platform.

RESOURCES

Professional Development & Tips

Become a Teacher Advocate: Help Us Help Teachers

The level of stress placed on professionals in K-12 education has become a major issue. Technology is supposed to help, but because school employees don’t have a voice in how tools are made, the tech they’re provided often just adds more frustration. We want to give them that voice.

STORIES

Educator Spotlights & School Stories

Teaching Was My “Aha! Moment”

From a young age, I always knew I wanted to be a teacher. As I got older, however, I began to get the impression that becoming a teacher wouldn’t be challenging enough for me or wouldn’t be reaching high enough to match my academic performance. Perhaps this was...

Storytime with Fresh Professor (Part Two)

I wasn’t always the Fresh Professor. At one point, I was just another starving actor trying to make a living. But stories change over time, as do professional desires. This is Part Two of my story. Enjoy the ride. August 2000. Waltham, MA Her name was Maggie, and she...

Story Time with the Fresh Professor (Part One)

I wasn’t always the Fresh Professor. At one point, I was just another starving actor, trying to make a living. But stories change over time, as do professional desires. This is Part One of my story. Enjoy the ride. January 1998: New York City I moved from Chicago to...

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...

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Features, New Releases, & Kiddom Tips

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...

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