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Monitor Student Progress with Kiddom Personalized Learning Platform

September 4, 2016

Back-to-school is here! Kiddom is a personalized learning platform. It helps teachers monitor student progress. Kiddom is a great tool for starting off the school year. I featured Kiddom on my site earlier this summer after watching a demo to get a feel for it in action (schedule a demo.) Kiddom is a free platform that uses data on student performance to help teachers create personalized learning experiences for each child in their classroom. Gathering and acting on formative assessment data is such an important role of teachers.

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Kiddom gives educators access to a variety of content from quizzes to exercises and videos. The content aligns to national standards. You can set up Kiddom to work with your local standards too. Kiddom has reporting features that teachers monitor student progress in real time and keep track of student progress easily. The team at Kiddom also has useful support tools for teachers including webinars you can watch at anytime.

Visit Kiddom’s website to sign up and get started! You can also head over to this recent post that features Kiddom: Kiddom Pilot Program: Organize Student Data + Teacher Resources

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Dr. Monica Burns is a former classroom teacher, Author, Speaker, and Curriculum & EdTech Consultant. Visit her site ClassTechTips.com for more ideas on how to become a tech-savvy teacher.

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