Technology in the Education Sector- Class Dojo

The world has been experiencing the advancement and expansion of the technology every day. Technology advancement has been positively affecting all industries. The Education industry has also not been left behind. Technology has enabled parents, students, and teachers to connect, and parents can quickly know the progress of their child in school.

Class Dojo is one of the leading and the fastest educations apps. Class Dojo is a Classroom communication app which was established with the primary purpose of creating a positive classroom culture. Class Dojo was founded in 2011 by its co-founders Liam Don and Sam Chaudhary. An organization based in San Fransisco, California was built on an active mission of providing students, teachers, and parents the power to design astounding classroom. Since its foundation, Class Dojo has been assisting students to build social, emotional skills while on the other hand helping parents know what is happening in the classrooms at the comfort of their homes.

Since its inception, Class Dojo has been experiencing a tremendous expansion with the organization raising more than $21 million to help them fund for the project as well as helping them advertise their product to assist student’s activities, behavioral, and social improvement in school. The primary purpose of the app according to one of the co-founders Sam, is to guide conversation at home and heighten learning and development their children are doing in school.

Class Dojo assist teachers in making schedule of activities that are well known to parents. The program is rendered on a daily basis. Teachers can easily use the app to send pictures, and videos to parents for them see their children’s activities. Regardless of the competition, the app has bee facing; it prides its self for being used by more than 85000 schools in the United States of America ranging from private, largest public schools to charter schools. The app is used by kindergarten teachers to grade 8, and the founders are planning to expand their product to more schools in the United States.