Class dojo is a student centred approach where the teacher is just a facilitator other than a lecturer. The teacher is a personal role model who injects good moral values to the students and not seen as a monster that causes fear to the learners. Class dojo encourages teamwork where learners with the teachers guide discuss and share ideas together through short videos that really motivate and stimulate students. The teacher delegates some work to the learners who after doing their own research they learn more by themselves and the concepts stick in their mind for a long period of time.
Class dojo is an app that has made teaching interesting therefore motivating learners to work hard and achieve more. Students have found classrooms lively and not like before when students termed classrooms as jails to prison their abilities. Teachers work has been reduced to guiding the learners and marking the assignments and sharing the messages to the parents. Students are happy as they receive encouraging messages like; ‘Wow, you worked hard, and look the sky is the limit now”.
The main goal is to understand the concepts freshly as taught by the teacher and apply the same idea in answering all types of questions in exams. Jennifer Ellison a computer teacher at Phillips Elementary in Napa says the technology has brought enormous changes not even to students alone but also to the teachers and parents as well. She uses Class dojo to educate the society that is mostly emulated by students’ good morals. According to Jennifer Ellison, the mindset messages and videos have refreshed the education sector and learning experience has become wonderful.
The PERTS researchers are empowering the concentration power of students in the classroom by introducing a five-part series of exciting animated videos running for 3-4 minutes. Carol Dweck has joined hands together with her colleagues in Stan fords University to make learning sessions become sessions for the exchange of ideas by the learners. According to their research students are motivated by messages of encouragements where they feel appreciated and work more.
Effective learning starts from known to unknown or from simple ideas to complex ideas. Class Dojo has encouraged even those who have difficulties in taking studies find it easier to share their problems through the app and receive immediate help. The teachers have one on one experience with the parents and students making teaching simpler. Class dojo has been embraced in U.S schools and over 180 schools in other countries. Class dojo is the long term solution to all learners.