How does ClassDojo Tutoring work?
ClassDojo Tutoring is 1:1 classes, live and online, for students grades K-6. We currently offer classes in reading, writing, and math. You’ll be given basic guidance and assistance, and we may occasionally observe a class to ensure quality—and to see how awesome you are—but the rest is up to you!
Am I eligible to teach for ClassDojo Experiences?
You only need two things to qualify for ClassDojo Tutoring: passion for helping students and experience teaching in an elementary school that uses ClassDojo.
Other than that, we look for teachers with energy, empathy, and a commitment to empowering kids to learn. Sound like you? Please apply!
Will I have to follow a predetermined way of teaching?
Nope! You decide which grades and which topics you want to teach and how. Each student will have specific needs, and we trust that you’ll design a class just right for them.
One thing we do require is an evaluation of your student after the first class. This helps parents understand where their child needs help and how you will help them thrive.
Our interview and evaluation processes help to ensure the quality of our classes. And the occasional class observation gives us insight on how things are going. (Plus, we just really love to see you teach!)
Otherwise, it’s all you.
If a student loves my class, will I continue teaching them?
Yes! When a student signs up for ClassDojo Tutoring for the first time, we assign them to a vetted teacher who is well-suited to their needs. The first class is your chance to show the student and parents how you’ll help them reach their goals. If they love you, you will work together for as long as they need.
What perks do I get for being a Founding Teacher?
You’ll have lifetime priority on being assigned new students. When students enroll in ClassDojo Tutoring, you’ll be among the first options when you match their criteria.
We’ll only have 150 Founding Teachers. If you’re interested, sign up soon!
How do I get started?
After you submit your application, we’ll review it and schedule the first interview. We’ll also request some basic information to run a background check. If you’re approved, we’ll provide the necessary documentation for you to get started planning your class schedule. And then it’s time to teach!