Our mission at Kidblog is to provide a safe and simple publishing platform that motivates students to share their voice with an authentic audience — and in the process, transform their communication skills. We are fortunate to hear feedback from countless teachers with comments like, “My students LOVE Kidblog!” Because of these sentiments, we now serve millions of teachers, students, and parents around the world.
With this rapidly growing user base and the recent launch of our new student publishing platform, Kidblog usage is at an all-time high. This increased demand results in significant costs for our network infrastructure, customer support, and software development. In order to continually innovate and achieve our mission, in September 2015 we will be changing our membership model by limiting free usage to 30 days.
If you currently have a Teacher Premium or Admin Pro membership – thank you! This change will not impact you or your students. If you are currently a free member, you will need to upgrade when the trial expires. To assist you in this transition we’re offering individual teachers an annual Teacher Premium membership for only $29 (20% off) until December 31, 2015. For schools that have multiple teachers using Kidblog, we recommend an Admin Pro membership.
By becoming a Kidblog member, you will receive:
- Ongoing access to Kidblog’s award winning student publishing platform
- A full image library that enables students to easily personalize each post
- Unlimited storage space
- Video hosting
- Google login and Google Drive integration
- Lesson plans and resources
- Student portfolios that travel with each student year-over-year
To take advantage of the $29 Teacher Premium promotion, log into your Kidblog account and click “Membership”.
To inquire about an Admin Pro membership for your school or district, click here.
Teaching writing is hard. Getting kids excited about writing is even harder. Together, we can create a safe, engaging, and transformative student publishing experience — built by teachers, for teachers.
Photo Credit: Children at School by Lucelia Ribeiro; CC BY-SA license via flickr