Win an iTunes Gift Card from ClassDojo

The DEN is having a blast rewarding our DEN Members during Teacher Appreciation Week and we have yet another “today only” offer for you.  ClassDojo, makers of real time behavior management software, is giving away TEN $10 iTunes gift cards and ONE $50 iTunes gift card to members of the DEN.  According to the Class Dojo website, “ClassDojo is an classroom tool that helps teachers manage behavior and boost engagement in class really quickly and easily. ClassDojo enables teachers to recognize specific behaviors and accomplishments in real-time, with just one click of a smartphone or laptop button.”

Classroom management can be tough and sharing ideas on how to improve your classroom management can be helpful.  The DEN Community is awesome at sharing ideas and we’d like to use this offer from ClassDojo to learn more about what works when it comes to classroom management.  Entering contests for prizes is easy, but we’d like to make this contest meaningful for all.  You’re not going to get off easy on this one by simply filling out your contact info as entry into the contest.  Nope, there’s one more small step.  When you fill out the form to enter the contest, there’s a section for adding a classroom management tip.  Think of something you’ve done that’s improved student behavior.  Do you have a great way to get the attention of the class, get students to line up quickly and quietly, or a fun way to manage student behavior?  I bet you do.  Share it on the form and you’ll be entered to win an iTunes gift card courtesy of our friends at ClassDojo.  All ideas shared on the forms will be shared in a blog post later this week.  C’mon everyone – share your knowledge!

If you’d like to enter the contest to win an iTunes gift card, complete this form.  The contest ends at midnight, Tuesday evening.


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  1. Renee Peoples said:

    I find making my classroom a rewarding place appeals to my students. Points, “credits” (stamps on an index card) and play money that can be redeemed are very successful. Ask your class for good reward ideas. Mine love free computer time, socks in the classroom, sit at my desk, lead a lesson and no homework passes.

  2. Molly Hay said:

    As an administrator, I use it to collect data from the classrooms. I love it and so do my teachers.

  3. Kalen said:

    Hi Renee, Molly, and Kelly – Kalen from ClassDojo here. Great suggestions – thanks so much for sharing! Please let us know if there’s ever anything we can do for you 🙂

  4. Donna Criswell said:

    Many of my teachers are using this amazing tool to not only help with classroom behavior and management, but to help create a collaborative and supportive classroom culture. It’s wonderful to see kids helping each other attain classroom AND personal goals!

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