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Communicate with parents. Record attendance. Waiting for confirmation to use image. Redirect undesirable actions. Communicate with parents. Record attendance. Reward good behavior. Redirect undesirable actions. Reward good behavior. Technology is often used for…. Instruction.

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  1. Communicate with parents Record attendance Waiting for confirmation to use image Redirect undesirable actions Communicate with parents Record attendance Reward good behavior Redirect undesirable actions Reward good behavior

  2. Technology is often used for… Instruction “It also enhances the relationship between teacher and student...Technology helps make teaching and learning more meaningful and fun" Engagement Presentations Communication Edutopia, 2012, para. 6

  3. NETS Standards 3. Excellence in Professional Practice- Educational Administrators promote an environment of professional learning and innovation that empowers educators to enhance student learning through the infusion of contemporary technologies and digital resources. a. Allocate time, resources, and access to ensure ongoing professional growth in technology fluency and integration. c. Promote and model effective communication and collaboration among stakeholders using digital age tools d. Stay abreast of educational research and emerging trends regarding effective use of technology and encourage evaluation of new technologies for their potential to improve student learning (NETS*A, 2009, p. 1)

  4. Outcomes • Proficiency in Classdojo.com’s behavior management tools • Learning Classdojo will help develop technical proficiency with a Web 2.0 tool designed for flexible application to improve student behavior and make classrooms more conducive to learning, teaching, and enhance performance, while providing data for improved communications with parents and students.

  5. Demonstration • Follow along lesson • Perform actions on card (if given)

  6. Limitations • Can't share with other educators (track students in specials/homeroom) • Can't copy student into different classes (middle schools/high schools • Parent report card should be saved as a PDF and then opened. Don't open as a webpage. hello@classdojo.com

  7. Applications Internet-based sharing about Classdojo exists through Facebook, Twitter, Edmodo and Pinterest as well as a blog where K-12 educators use it in various ways: • Elementary - during transition times. Kids like to hear the 'ding' when points are awarded and seeing total class percentages. • Middle School - Classdojo wars between classes. Used in PBIS schools. • High School - used it in classes as well as for teachers during a PD demo. • Special Education - increased participation from shy, low-communicative students due to game-like rewards. • Fieldtrip access via smartphone.  The teachers shared that the students identify with their monster icons.

  8. Tutorials/Resources Burrett, M. (2012). Guest post: Using the idea of ‘friendly monsters’ as alter egos for my students. Retrieved from:http://blog.classdojo.com/Cassandra. (2012). Dojo.Retrieved from: http://room5teacher.blogspot.com/2012/06/dojo.html#comment-formClassdojo. Retrieved from: http://blog.classdojo.com/ Class Dojo's Channel. (2011, September). YouTube. Retrieved July 15, 2012, from http://www.youtube.com/user/classdojo/videosClass Dojo Tutorial. (2012, March 12). YouTube. Retrieved July 15, 2012, from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gl4Sslf4kko&feature=relatedDe Lorenzo, D. (2012). Guest Post: The incredible impact ClassDojo had on one of my students.Retrievedfrom:http://blog.classdojo.com/index.php/guest-post-the-incredible- impact-classdojo-had-on-one-of-my-students/Edutopia. (2012). Why integrate technology into the curriculum?: The reasons are many. Retrieved from: http://www.edutopia.org/technology-integration-introductionInternational Society for Technology in Education. (2009). iste.nets.a. Retrieved from: http://www.iste.org/standards/nets-for-administrators.aspx.McAsh, P. (2012) Guest Post – How Peter McAsh introduced ClassDojo to his colleagues. Retrieved from:http://blog.classdojo.com/index.php/guest-post-how-peter-mcash- introduced-classdojo-to-his-colleagues/Woods, L.(2012). Guest post:Dojo wars! Retrieved from: http://blog.classdojo.com/index.php/guest-post-dojo-wars/ Class Dojo TutorialUpdates to Features

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