Types of Beneful Dog Food

PurinaStore Beneful has been known for their delicate selection of the finest ingredients for a natural, premium type of dog food. Beneful has transpired into a trusted brand that many people trust to help their dogs feel healthier and more agile. We all know that our dogs don’t live long enough as it is, and it’s important for us to take care of them. Beneful offers a wide variety of different types of dog food on Wal-Mart that include but are not limited original dog food, healthy weight dog food, healthy puppy dog food and playful life dog food. All dog foods are dry dog foods and they contain wholesome, natural ingredients you can see.

The original dog food is a great selection for adult dogs that don’t have any type problems such as allergies or any other type of issues, and just need a healthy balanced diet to sustain their healthy adult life. It is full of antioxidants that are rich in nutrition that your dog needs to continue to thrive every day.

The healthy weight Beneful dry dog food blend is loaded with reduced calorie ingredients that are conscious to dogs that have over weight issues due to their size, lack of exercise or a medical condition they may have. They need a healthy balanced dog food as well, but with less calories so that they can sustain their healthy life as well.

The healthy puppy dry dog food is made with real chicken, just like the other ingredients. It contains a blend of natural ingredients that are rich in calcium along with DHA to help support healthy brains in dogs along with vision development. It’s a great choice for all puppies because puppies need a little bit more nutrition as they grow and develop.

Beneful playful life contains real beef and eggs baked into each kibble of dry dog food. It is rich in protein and contains 100% of the necessary nutrients needed to help maintain strong muscles and helps dos continue to thrive every day. Follow Beneful: https://twitter.com/beneful

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ClassDojo Disrupts the PTA

 

Until recently, school was an important part of the lives of students that, for the most part, did not include parents. Parents might drop their kids off at school and pick them up. A few parents might serve as monitors and helpers. Once a month or so, there was the traditional meeting of the PTA, and parents could meet with teachers then. However, they were otherwise excluded from their children’s day-to-day experiences in the classroom. ClassDojo changes that.

The mobile application ClassDojo is a communication platform that connects students, teachers and parents. During the school day it helps keep parents up to date on their child’s activities, academic or social. This might include pictures, instant messages, announcements and videos. It can translate into 35 languages.

When Sam Chaudhary and Liam Don co-founded ClassDojo in 2011, other applications were focusing on strictly educational approaches. Now their app is being used by teachers in over 85,000 schools in the United States, and by teachers in 180 more countries. That includes publlic and private and charter schools, usually from kindergarten to the 8th grade. The app helps to create a positive culture within school classrooms. With the parents knowing what is going on during school hours, that evening they can ask specific questions of their children, to help them deal with issues.

Although ClassDojo has yet to make any money, they have raised a total of $31 million in venture capital. They raised $21 million late in 2015 in a series B round. They are using this money to expand their team. Teachers receive ClassDojo free. It works on any iOS device, Android, Kindle Fire and all computers.

ClassDojo has partnered with Stanford University’s Project for Education Research That Scales center to produced five video animations on growth mindset. The videos will contain the ClassDojo characters students are already familiar with.

Growth mindset comes from research showing that when students are taught their brains are able to develop and grow, expanding their capacity to learn, they accept learning as a challenge. Teachers want to use this research to encourage their students, but don’t have established procedures for making growth mindset an intrinsic part of their classroom teaching. The aim of the five ClassDojo videos will be to serve as a resource to help those teachers while encouraging the students.