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I might suggest this on our

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I might suggest this on our regular PTA meeting especially Edmodo and Classdojo. :) i might as well make a review about these apps on my blog.

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I'm looking forward to trying

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I'm looking forward to trying out the Socrative App. I miss the clickers we used in Ontario but everyone here has a smartphone so Socrative is the obvious solution. Thank you for that.
I have also been using TodaysMeet.com with great effect as exit cards or even in meetings and workshops. It works like Twitter, in that entries can only be 140 characters long. It is easy to set up a 'meeting room' and just hand out the url so everyone can participate. One of our chemistry teacher's here uses it regularly and has set up different rooms for different topics.

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I think that ClassDojo would

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I think that ClassDojo would be a great place to start with K-1 students. Check out TheAnswerPad.com, they have a new interactive feature that might work with your early elementary students for formative assessments. I know I'm always surprised at the how well my fifth graders can handle complex technology tasks!

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I'm curious to know how accessible these forms are for the younger grade level children. K-1? Do you think any of these apps could be eventually used in kindergarten or 1st grade classrooms? I definitely appreciate your time-saving ideas for less paperwork!

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I'm curious to know how accessible these forms are for the younger grade level children. K-1? Do you think any of these apps could be eventually used in kindergarten or 1st grade classrooms? I definitely appreciate your time-saving ideas for less paperwork!

Hi Monica - Kalen from

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Hi Monica - Kalen from ClassDojo here. Thank you so much for taking the time to post about us - our small team here at ClassDojoHQ really appreciates the support!

If anyone who comes across this post has any questions for us or needs help getting set up with their free account, please don't hesitate to reach out at kaleng@classdojo.com Cheers :)

I'm curious to know how

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I'm curious to know how accessible these forms are for the younger grade level children. K-1? Do you think any of these apps could be eventually used in kindergarten or 1st grade classrooms? I definitely appreciate your time-saving ideas for less paperwork!

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I do not think the constant testing or buzz word of "assessments" is the answer to our educational issues in these United States. I think we need to address inequality. I love Ipads and apps but I do not think accessing a child is the same thing as educating a child. It is very hard to see where a child is in the synthesis of learning with any tool we know of for measurement. Look at the models of education that have change drastically in the last 30 years. The big one Finland, hardly test at all. They do evaluate teachers but not by students test scores and assessment. http://www.nea.org/home/40991.htm

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have you had a look at literatu.com

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taking a teachers base paper and digital materials and making them interactive web / iPad delivered assessments, is very exciting

Great tips!

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such a helpful list! Love your blog too.

We reccomended some SLP apps

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We reccomended some SLP apps on our PInterest page http://pinterest.com/pin/547961479631222664/

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