We know how important it is to stay connected to your child's teacher, so we're happy to release Class Dojo Translate, which translates Class Story posts into 36 languages!
You can view translated Class Story posts when you log into your parent account on the Web. To see the translated posts, you must have your language settings set to your desired language.
- Click on your name in the upper, righthand corner of the page.
- Click on “Account Settings."
- Under "Language preference," select your desired language.
- Click the blue "Save changes" button.
If you have further questions about Class Dojo, feel free to contact me at:
or by email at email@example.com .
I am a Class Dojo (CD) Mentor, CD Ambassador and a CD IOS platform Beta Tester. If I can't answer your question, I have access to folks that can help us get the answer.
Here are a few great resources for you:
1. Join the Class Dojo Teacher Community on Facebook for a ton of great ideas from other educators.
2. Explore Class Dojo on YouTube. I've found the answers to most of my questions there!
Here are few of my favorite printables- signs, certificates, etc. I got many of these from the Class Dojo Teacher Resources page: https://www.classdojo.com/resources/
Here is a link to some Star Wars Avatars that fellow Class Dojo Ambassador, Steve Billamy, shared with me.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you plan on uploading avatars and want kids to earn points for the really cool ones, DO NOT give them their Student Codes.
If they customize their avatar, you lose the ability to change it for them...a lesson I learned the hard way...boo.
IEP and SST ideas:
What if you want to print out a message history that you have with a parent?
What if you need a record of student behaviors for an IEP or SST?
Click View Reports and Choose View as a spread sheet. OR you can choose on that individual student and choose view as a spread sheet and print or print the donuts with a list of behaviors- this one has more graphics. Here is a quick video on how to do this: https://classdojo.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/203478695-View-points-in-an-organized-spreadsheet#web
Growth Mindset Video series:
In 1978, Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck made a profound discovery: children who believed their intelligence could grow did better in school, and better in life. She called this basic belief about intelligence “mindset.”
Growth Mindset kit: https://www.mindsetkit.org/topics/teaching-growth-mindset