Popular App Class Dojo Adds New Student Stories Feature

Class Dojo, a popular communication platform that engages and empowers students, teachers and parents in an effort to make communication between them easier and more effective has launched a new tool called Student Stories. This new tool allows students to add videos and photos their portions in order to share them with their parents. This new tool is part of the already popular Class Dojo app, which has been downloaded by teahers and students in 85,000 schools in the United States and in schools in 180 countries around the globe. It is used by 2 in 3 schools.

The already popular app is already being used by students, teacher, and parents accross the nation and around the globe to great success as a way of creating a positive culture with classrooms and schools. The new Student Stories feature will add a much needed way for students to engage and share what they are proud of about their school experience. Students can scan a special class QR code in order to add videos and photos to their Student Stories.

Created in Palo Alto as a start up by two young bright men from the UK with a passion for changing the face of education, the app has been a success since it was first launched. The app is a revolutionary approach to communication in classrooms, and has been instrumental in ground-up change.

The new feature is very exciting and will give more function to the app. It has already been warmly recieved by teachers like Stephanie Smith, a fourth grade teacher from Tennessee. She is excited about being able to have a student centered classroom, where all of her students are able to have a voice. The new feature introduces some great possibilities and is sure to be warmly recieved by alll the students, parents, and teachers, once they begin using it in the new school year.

Class Dojo is an amazing and revolutionary app that was created by Liam Don and Sam Chaudhary in 2011. The app has been so successful since it was launched that it raised 21 million in venture capital in round B of its funding. The app continues to grown and expand using feedback from teachers and parents to design changes. Beginning by asking teachers what the most difficult part of their job, Don and Chaudhary have built the app to help elimate the need for teacher parent conferences.

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