Edmodo at ISTE 2013

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May 30th, 2013
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The International Society for Technology in Education’s (ISTE) annual conference is less than one month away! Don’t miss out on some the fun Edmodo activities going on at this year’s event.

Meet the Team At Booth #7196

This year our booth is bigger than ever. Come by to meet the team and…

  • Attend a presentation in our large theatre area. Check out our great lineup of speakers and mark your calendars.
  • Meet Edmodo educators – We’re excited to announce that Stibaly Johnson, Liz Castillo, Lynn Woods and Sonia Obregon will be volunteering their time in the Edmodo booth to demo and share their Edmodo experiences. 
  • Get Live Support – Members of the support team will be on site to answer questions and assist with any technical help you need. We’ll have a special station set up for general support, as well as a station for school and district support.
  • Learn about Edmodo Apps –  Meet some of our partners to get a demo of their app(s) and learn new and exciting ways to use them in your classroom.
  • Spin the Prize Wheel – Everybody loves Edmodo swag! Take your turn at the prize wheel for a chance to win a t-shirt, Edmodo tote, stickers and more.

Show Your Edmodo Pride

We’ve given out thousands of Edmodo t-shirts in the past and we want to see them! Wear your Edmodo t-shirt to ISTE and tweet a photo of yourself at the show (include the hashtag #EdmodoTee). We’ll be looking out for our favorite fan photos and awarding prizes.

Don’t have a t-shirt? Don’t worry, you can still win a prize by making a homemade Edmodo t-shirt, dressing up in blue and white, wearing Edmodo blue accessories . . . the more creative you get, the better your chances are to win.

We hope to see you in San Antonio!


3 Responses to “Edmodo at ISTE 2013”

  1. Barbara Williams Dusterhoff says:

    Edmodo has been officially introduced in Armenia now at three universities. This is the first time an online learning platform has been used here. Yesterday in a reception with the American Ambassador, John Heffrin, we had a conversation about using your program. He showed great interest.

    • kevan ottochian says:

      Hello Barbara. I would love to connect with your history professors. I started a group on Edmodo aimed at bringing together middle/high school teachers with professors to talk about instructional approaches and other neccesary skills for our students. Interested?

      • Kevin,
        My fellowship is up in Armenia on July 9 and I am then returning to the U.S. Are you working in Armenia or in the U.S.? You would have to correspond in Armenian with the professors. They have not been taught how to use Edmodo either. I introduced Edmodo to the English Departments. Maybe the American University of Armenia is a better place to work with as their teachers should speak English.

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