Class Dojo is a popular classroom management app that is used in classrooms worldwide. It was developed by two co-founders Liam Don and Sam Chaudhary who spent countless hours testing the app and getting feedback from classroom teachers. In fact, 20% of the team involved in building the app is made up of active classroom teachers.
When researching and developing the app, the team made sure to focus on discovering and solving problems the teachers had, rather than guessing at what problems a teacher might have. By asking teachers what their most pressing problems were and how they could be solved, these two young entrepreneurs developed a comprehensive classroom management program that has revolutionized the way classrooms operate.
Class Dojo was designed to help teachers, students, and parents communicate with one another. Many of the teachers that gave initial feedback with the app expressed that they were frustrated with the endless parade of notes they sent home, only to discover that these notes often ended up being discovered at the bottom of messy backpacks or desks at the end of the year, never having made it all the way home. Classroom Dojo revolutionizes the way teachers parents, and students communicate with one another by opening up a more diverse, secure method of communication.
Class Dojo offers a wide variety of communication methods. Students. teachers. and parents are connected through their accounts, either online or on the app. They can send videos, notes, pictures, and other media through class stories or messages. Direct messages allow everyone to communicate directly, and class stories offer an overall picture of the day to activities in the classroom. The app is customizable, which is why it has been translated to over 35 different classrooms and is used in 90% of US elementary and middle schools, and more than 180 countries around the world.