ClassDojo Stories

ClassDojo is used all around the world by people just like you. Read some of their success stories or share your own story with us!

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Teaching Independence and Responsibility in Math Class

Sarah, a 3rd grade teacher, shares a story on providing independence and responsibility to her students.

3rd Grade Teacher, Draper, Utah
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A 29-year Veteran Teacher Finds New Inspiration

Delphine shares how ClassDojo reformed the way she engages and observes classroom dynamics.

Kindergarten Teacher, New York, NY
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Enlisting a Student Monitor

Kristen uses ClassDojo when students are most likely to become distracted — after recess!

3rd Grade Teacher, New York, NY
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A Path of Reinvention

Brian shares his story on always looking findings more effective ways to educate and mentor others.

1st Grade Teacher, Akron, Ohio
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Shining Light inside the Tunnel

Jaclyn's students often have struggles at home, and having them be present in the classroom was never easy.

2nd Grade Teacher, Rochester, NY
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Connecting with Special Needs Students

Michelle always explores new ways to inspire her students.

Special Education Teacher, New York, NY
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Prioritizing the Right Behaviors

Noreen was looking for a way to keep her very large class all on task - and has been able to do that with ease using ClassDojo.

1st Grade Teacher, New York, NY
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Tapping into 6th Graders Motivations

James uses ClassDojo to keep things positive in his 6th grade classroom, and playing off their competitiveness.

6th Grade Teacher, Manorville, NY
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The Method of Ongoing and Regular Feedback

Even with a class of only five students, Rinat must ensure that all of her students are focused, paying attention, and excited to participate.

Learning language specialist, New York, NY
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Creating a ‘Safe' Space with ClassDojo

Chris leverages ClassDojo to effectively and simply focus his students on the task at hand.

9th Grade Teacher, Brooklyn, NY
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Seeing and Making a Difference

Dedicating herself to make a difference in others' lives, Lindsey finds ways to reach students at any level.

2nd and 3rd Grade Teacher, Orlando, Florida
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An Army Reservist and His Students

Jordan shares his views on mentoring alongside teaching, and helping students turn into great people.

High School Algebra I Teacher, Miami, Florida
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A Melting Pot of Motivation

Marie was looking for ways to ensure her students spoke English while in class, as well as finishing homework on time and paying attention.

4th and 5th Grade Teacher, Long Island, NY
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Helping Kids Keep Moving up the Mountain

Tucked away in the Catskill Mountains, Greg encourages all his students to find their own path in life.

3rd Grade Teacher, Hunter, New York
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Using Positivity to Help Students Escape Negative Environments

Michael gives his students every reason, including a fancy dinner, to be driven in school.

5th Grade Teacher, Rochester, New York
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12 Countries, 1 Classroom!

Megan constantly battles language and cultural barriers, but uses ClassDojo to find a common language with her students.

ESL Teacher, Syracuse, NY
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Using ClassDojo as a Bridge Between Communities

Committed to better the lives of others, Tasia learns to connect with her students by focusing on their specific needs.

English Teacher, Waukegan, Illinois
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Squeezing in Time for Personal Growth

Audrey transformed her classroom through positive feedback, encouragement, and social dynamics.

5th Grade Teacher, Little Elm, Texas
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Connecting with Students from Different Backgrounds in Detroit

Aaron shares how he connected with a classroom of students from a very different cultural background.

5th, 6th and 11th Grade Teacher, Detroit, Michigan
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Helping Students Set Individual and Shared Goals

Carla creates an environment where every student wants to perform their best - for themselves and for their friends.

5th Grade Teacher, Renton, Washington
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Bringing Good Behavior Home

Chris tackles disciplinary issues in her classroom of students with learning differences.

Special Education Teacher, Phoenix, Arizona
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Communicating with Parents - Over 400 of Them!

Linda, a music teacher in Kansas, shares her story on making life easier by building relationships with parents.

Music Teacher, Olathe, Kansas
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A Lifelong Teacher's Key to Classroom Success

Candice, a teacher for nearly two decades, explains how to to help students reach their full potential.

Teacher consultant, New Brunswick, Canada
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Remembering to Celebrate the Wins

Michael Olson shares how he creates 'Dojo Magic' in his reading classrooms.

5th Grade Teacher, Rochester, Minnesota