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Responsive Curriculum Management

Gain visibility into classroom progress and build systems of continuous improvement

What is Responsive Curriculum Management?

Responsive curriculum management is a feature that calibrates curriculum across school systems so that learning trends can be discovered and acted upon in a timely manner.

Who is involved in Responsive Curriculum Management?

We believe it takes a village to raise a child — which is why we built a K-12 operating system to connect all stakeholders involved in a student’s education for one consistent and unified view.

With this alignment, schools and districts can make meaning out of classroom data and apply realtime insights for data-informed instruction.

Students benefit from more consistency across classrooms and more equitable instruction -- coupled with a system that promotes ownership of their learning.


Curriculum managers can now support teachers with a curriculum map for their instruction connected directly to learning management tools and student achievement analytics.

Department Leads and Curriculum Developers

Administrators now have the visibility to act upon classroom intelligence, so they can reinforce and respond at the earliest warning — when it’s needed the most.


Who is involved in Responsive Curriculum Management?

Kiddom picks up where traditional LMS tools leave off, effectively bridging the gap between curriculum, instruction, and assessment. Build curriculum and measure its effectiveness as teachers use Kiddom to instruct, grade, and differentiate.

Plan, Design, & Align

Share & Fine-Tune

Implement, Teach, & Assess

Analyze, Pivot, & Intervene

Measure Implementation & Impact

Review, Reflect, & Adjust Course


Innovative schools use Kiddom to meet their academic goals

Marshall County Schools
Integrating technology is critical to enable personalization and student centered learning district-wide

South Marshall Elementary
Learn how shifting planning and instruction to personalized curriculum supports student choice and voice

Jonathan Elementary
How one school used Kiddom to help students develop justification skills in mathematics classrooms


Tools for Professional Development

Guides for Educators

Insights to set up student-centered instructional models on Kiddom

Guides for Administrators

Best practices on instructional models that promote student choice and voice

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Schools and districts use Kiddom as a source of truth to measure achievement, manage and deploy curriculum, and enable collaborative teaching.