Teacher Rollout Resources

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October 24th, 2011

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Teacher rollout resources are now available in the Help Center!  These new resources were created to make your Edmodo rollout easier by providing a sample template for getting your students (and parents) started with Edmodo. The content consists of materials created by the Edmodo team as well as a selection of materials created by educators and shared in the Edmodo communities. The new resources include:

  • Sample Code of Conduct – A sample set of rules students should abide by before they begin using Edmodo.
  • Sample Edmodo Guidelines– A sample set of guidelines to set for your students.
  • Introduction to Edmodo– A sample letter informing parents that you will be using Edmodo in the classroom.
  • Invitation to Edmodo– A sample letter inviting parents to set up a parent account on Edmodo.
  • Parent Guide to Edmodo (for parents)– A guide that explains the features of Edmodo parent accounts.
  • Student Guide to Edmodo (for students)– A guide that explains the features of Edmodo student accounts.
  • How to set up an Edmodo Student Account– A video that shows students how to set up their Edmodo account.

Thanks to our newest team member, Liz Doogan, for encouraging us to put together these materials for our educator community.  If you have any other suggestions for materials you’d like to see added, or if you have content you think would be a valuable addition, please let us know.

23 responses to “Teacher Rollout Resources”

  1. I have been looking at lot of different sites for good information… But I have found in your blog…& I’ve gain  knowledge and good information from your post thanks.

  2. Dewy says:

    Hi this is a great blog for Edmodo.

  3. Cindy says:

    Can multiple students login to edmodo on the same device using their login information? We are buying class sets of mobile learning devices and multiple students will be using the devices therefore each person will need to login using their own info.

    • luciagia says:

      Yes, the students will be able to login through the Edmodo app. When they are done, they will need to log out and then a new student can log in with their credentials.

  4. angie says:

    is there a way to have a separate blog for a class group? My students have been blogging, but they have been adding replies to our HOME page and I’d like the blog to be separate.

  5. Andrew Skinner says:

    Is there a way to start real-time chats in Edmodo?

  6. Lisa Trimble says:

    I joined Edmodo today after hearing about the website at the National Middle School conference. I am excited to use the website and share it with my students and parents. I found the ‘rollout resources’ to be very helpful in my understanding of the website and how it works. Thanks!!

  7. M. Graham says:

    Is there a function that will allow me to e-mail an invitation to another teacher? I think this would be helpful in getting other teachers to join the site.

  8. Shine says:

    This is really a different world we’re living in now. I hope we had something like this when I was still in school.

  9. ian says:

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  10. højskoler says:

    Thank you for another excellent post. The place else could anybody get that type of info in such a perfect manner of writing? I have a presentation next week, and I’m at the search for such info.

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  12. Wilka Irene RONZONI says:

    Sorry I haven’t been able to view the e-mails you sent me. We’re on holidays here in Uruguay, South America and, though I’m doing a Summer course for teachers, I’ll have definitely more time to view all your e-mails, visit the blog and check everything you sent so far.
    I’m planning to go on with Edmodo during 2012.

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  14. Nicole says:

    It’s nice to know that parents can be involved with this too.

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  17. Gabriela Sánchez Aranda says:

    This poster is really helpfull. Thank´s a lot.
    We also have been using Edmodo with kids of 4th grade. They really enjoy to enter there to share ideas and send asignments. Best regards.

  18. Bret Biornstad says:

    I was looking for exactly these kinds of resources. You should feature these more prominently, with an eye-catching graphic, somewhere on your website especially with the new school year fast approaching.

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