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Using ClassDojo to Focus on Positive Behavior

Even the toughest kids respond when a teacher focuses on positive behavior. ClassDojo is a program that helps teachers give recognition for positive student behavior. The program works by creating a points system with adorable avatars and sound effects that kids love. This collection of resources will help you better understand ClassDojo and will give you ideas for creating a classroom environment that encourages positive behavior.
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Using ClassDojo to Focus on Positive Behavior
  • Class Dojo Resource Pack

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    Nicole Bixler says:
    This is a gem of a find on Teachers Pay Teachers. This resource pack is highly rated by teachers and includes colorful reward posters, certificates, and avatars to hang around the room. This is a wonderful way to extend the promotion of positive behaviors. Did I mention that it's free?
  • Nicole Bixler says:
    Show this short (and adorable) video to students before implementing ClassDojo. The video brings the ClassDojo characters to life and clearly explains the program. Trust me, your students are going to be very eager to use ClassDojo and will be waiting in anticipation for their first positive behavior point.
  • Nicole Bixler says:
    Bookmark this post! This teacher lists fifteen easy but creative ideas for giving out those points for productive behavior. These are ideas that any teacher can start using right away.
  • Nicole Bixler says:
    This blog post is by a teacher and ClassDojo fan who describes how she uses the program to promote good behavior. The teacher takes readers directly into her classroom, which makes it easy to understand how ClassDojo can work some classroom management magic!
  • Nicole Bixler says:
    This article is a great introduction to ClassDojo and discusses ten ways it helps teachers. My favorite tip is #9 -- an awesome idea for rewarding positive behavior.
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