Provision and support accounts site-wide; delegate class management to individual teachers
Multi-year Digital Portfolios
Document learning and growth with seamless transitions year-over-year
No additional cost for premium-level teacher accounts site-wide
Reporting & Analytics
Track usage and engagement for schools, classes, individual students
Organize students across a grade level, department, school or district.
Admin Pro Features
Privacy options, post & comment moderation, user management
Student-friendly publishing experience
Meet Common Core Anchor Standards for Writing
Connect with an authentic global audience
Organize your students in multiple class sections
Use Google Apps for Education accounts to sign up and log in
Personalized Student Themes
Increase engagement with custom images, colors, graphics, and fonts
Large Media Files
Upload and embed videos directly from mobile devices
Google Drive Integration
One-click embed tool easily integrates Google Documents, Presentations, Drawings, Videos
Multiple Premium Teachers
Shared administration of users and content (e.g. co-teaching)
Unlimited Students Accounts
Enroll 200 students per class in unlimited classes
Lesson Plans and Resources
Teach a creative writing project with complete unit plan adaptable for elementary and middle school
Frequently Asked Questions
Kidblog does not require student emails. An email address may be optionally added to a student profile or used to log in via Google Apps for Education accounts.
No. Kidblog is 100% ad free.
The teacher is in full control of the audience. Post privacy may be set to:
- teacher only
- class members
- connected classes
Students may invite parents to follow their blog. Parents may then view their child’s posts and comments. Parents may not view the posts of other students unless the Teacher grants the parent those specific rights.
The teacher can require moderation before posts are visible to a broader audience. For example, students may be allowed to post to their classmates without teacher review, but publishing to another class may require moderation. And the teacher always has the ability to un-publish student posts and comments. Kidblog also allows a teacher to grant moderation capabilities to other teachers and assistants.
Yes. Unlike other student blogging platforms, a student’s blog and content seamlessly travels with that student their entire journey through school. No exporting or importing of content is required.
Yes. Kidblog is not only a great publishing platform, but it is a natural digital portfolio. Schools are using Kidblog across all of their classes and content areas, including Math, Science, and Social Studies. With the ability to set publishing audience at multiple levels, even teacher only assignments are being captured and archived in Kidblog.
The Admin Pro subscription is designed for users who support a group of teachers across multiple Kidblog classes. Kidblog Administrators may create classes and user accounts site-wide. They have the ability to reset passwords, manage user accounts, and moderate content. The Administrator may delegate class management to individual teachers. Kidblog allows an organization to have multiple Administrator accounts with these “super-admin” privileges.
Rolling out Kidblog across your organization is straightforward and does not require extensive training or consulting. The first step is setting up an Administrator account, which is completed during Admin Pro registration. From there you may consolidate any existing accounts under your Admin Pro license. Finally, you can centrally manage provisioning and configuration, or delegate class management to individual teachers.
Yes. You may use CSV files to bulk provision student and teacher accounts.
Yes. Kidblog has an integrated P.O. system that makes processing easy and straightforward.