Become an Edmodo Featured Blogger!

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March 22nd, 2011

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We’re looking for educators and administrators who have interesting insights into the integration of social media tools in the classroom.  Whether you are a daily Edmodo user, or a teacher who is just starting to use social media tools in the classroom, if you think you have something valuable to share and would like to contribute to the Edmodo community, let us know!

To apply to be an Edmodo Featured Blogger, simply connect with me (Betsy Whalen) in Edmodo or send an email to, including your contact Info (Name, School, District, Address) and your proposed theme for your blog (e.g. Voice from the Classroom, Web 2.0 tools – basically, what you want to write about!).

We’ll be accepting up to five guest bloggers who will agree to post at least once a week.  Our Featured Blog Team will be invited to join us as our guest at the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Conference in Philadelphia June 27-30th.

Applications will be accepted until April 1st — Apply today!

6 responses to “Become an Edmodo Featured Blogger!”

  1. […] are blown away by the overwhelming response we’ve received to our Featured Blogger post — thanks so much for your eagerness to take on even more responsibility after your day is […]

  2. Kainoa says:

    OMG, here are our school we have been looking for a way to have an online class for both our 3rd grade classes and edmoto is simply wonderful. We have just started using it and our students and teachers love it. I teach at a Hawaiian Immersion School in Hilo, Hawaiʻi. And using edmoto we are able to create an “online class” by using the Hawaiian language and it is easy to use and the kids really enjoy this medium of learning. Thank you!

  3. Jrking says:

    I first heard of Flat Classroom when I visited my niece in Geneva, Illinois last October and found that her son was absorbed in and most excited about the Flat Classroom project. Since then I have wanted to have my class to become a part of this global learning community.
    This journey will be a challenge for me inasmuch as I am an immigrant to the world of technology and not as tech savvy as I wish. I have, however, surrounded myself with tech savvy people who are on board to make this experience an overwhelming success. My teaching partner, Amanda Beaty, is on board. The tech teacher across the hall, the county technology facilitator, and the principal are all by my side cheering the class and me on to success. These Belmont students and parents will savor every part of the program. Wish me luck!
    I believe we all share the sentiment of someone on the initial meeting. We all have Goosebumps!

  4. Tara says:

    kewl i will email you besty

  5. lala says:

    you guys need to refresh this,..

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