How does Google Login work?

Students

Students can log in to their ClassDojo accounts using multiple ways, including Google Login.

When using Google Login, teachers must provide the student a Google Signup code, which is a unique 6-character code that allows a student to connect to the teacher's class. The student will first go to "dojo.me" in a browser, tap "Sign in with Google", and then go through the Google steps to log into their Google account and to grant ClassDojo permission to let them sign in and for ClassDojo to access their email address.

If you, as a teacher, choose to allow your students to log in to student accounts on ClassDojo using their Google for Education or other Google Accounts, you are responsible for educating your students on the proper use of their Google Login, including to help educate your students on better protecting their Google Login by turning on two-factor authentication. Please note: ClassDojo does not request or store passwords associated with any Google Logins.

 

Parents

Parents can log in to their ClassDojo accounts using multiple ways, including Google Login. If you decide to register for a ClassDojo account through an authentication service, such as Google Login, we may collect personal information that is already associated with your connected Authentication Service and you give us permission to use and store this information consistent with our Privacy Policy. By using Google Login, parents must provide their name and email address and consent to this information being shared with the Teacher that the parent is requesting to connect with (in order to help the teacher validate the parent and/or family user).

Please review the Authentication Service’s terms of use and privacy policies carefully before using their services and connecting to our Service. You can revoke our access to your account on this Authentication Service at any time by updating the appropriate settings in the account settings of the Authentication Service. Please note: ClassDojo does not request or store passwords associated with any Google Logins.

 

 

 

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