ClassDojo Introduces Their Very First Subscription Service

ClassDojo has been around for some time, and they have been so successful because they have made it much easier for parents, students, and teachers to connect. They have yet to monetize on their app, however, and they are just now going to receive their very first paid offering.

Most companies would have slowly dwindled to nothing without the help of any funding, but ClassDojo did quite the opposite. They have steadily grown over the years and are now being used in 95 percent of elementary and middle schools in the United States and about one in every six families with a child under the age of 14 uses the app every day.

ClassDojo first launched their app in 2011 and is committed to giving teachers, students, and parents the tools they need to teach and learn. They are planning to sell a monthly subscription service that parents can use at home. The new app will be called the ClassDojo Beyond School and will include many useful features that’ll help parents to be on the same page as their children through meditation, reflection activities, and mindfulness exercises.

Kids spend about half of their day at home, so the app is a great way to help them to continue learning and to make the most use of their time outside of school hours. ClassDojo makes it fun to learn teaches students many useful skills.

ClassDojo did not set out to create the perfect classroom but rather a classroom that offers what each individual student needs. It is not a one-size-fits-all type of deal but is tailored to each and every student.

ClassDojo is an effective communication app that makes it possible for students, teachers, and parents to share videos, pictures, and messages throughout the day. It also brings them together so that everyone is working on the same wavelength during the school day as well as at home.

The ClassDojo app has been translated in over 35 different languages. ClassDojo has also received many recognitions and awards such as the Crunchie Award for Best Education Startup and the Education Innovation Award.

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