To access a demo class, simply visit http://go.kiddom.co/your-demo
To get started, simply click on “Demo Class” after you log in/sign up. This class will already have 10 students, assignments in your Timeline, curriculum in your Planner, and data reports.
Once you click in, a purple slide will pop out from the bottom of the screen. This is part of our “coach marks” system.
Coach marks explain the different functionality of each tool so you don’t feel overwhelmed. To move to the next coachmark, simply click the forward arrow. To close the coach mark, click “Close.” To turn on/off coach marks, click the question mark (?) logo on the top right. When coach marks are enabled, purple dotss will appear on each tool. Click the dot to activate the coachmark.
You will notice your demo class is pre-populated with assignments in both Timeline and Planner.
Each assignment is a skill that will help you master Kiddom! Timeline is the list of assignments on your left. Let’s take a look at our Timeline assignments first:
- Click onto each assignment
- You will see the description of the assignment + a link to more resources/attachments.
- Read through the description and open the attachment to learn more about that skill. Attachments
- Remember to click “Older Assignments” at the top. There are a few assignments/skills to master here, too!
Now let's take a look at Planner. If you haven’t already, click “Got It” on the Planner after reading the description to access assignments. The Planner has two Units: Getting Started with Kiddom and Help Students Get Started on Kiddom. Within these units, there are assignment groups, which are connected groups of assignments. Click on an assignment group to see the assignments within. Much like exploring Timeline, each assignment has links or attachments to resources to help you understand how to use Kiddom.
Note: Your Reports page in demo class is pre-populated with data from the grades entered in Timeline assignments. To learn more, go to Unit 1 in your demo class Planner and expand the Assignment Group “Analyze” or visit http://go.kiddom.co/demo-reports
Happy teaching and learning!