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ClassDojo scores $1.6M from top investors for gamified classroom management

Teachers spend a significant amount of their time managing student behavior but, they don’t have many tools to help them out.
Since launching last year, San Francisco-based ClassDojo has shown that game mechanics (and cutesy avatars) can go a long way in helping teachers not only keep their students on track but encourage positive behavioral skills.

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  1. Play and Learn Weekly Aug.18th, 2012 | Classroom Aid
  2. Top 10 Trending News of Game-Based Learning | Classroom Aid

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