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iPad App Gets New Functionality, New Features

iPad App Gets New Functionality, New Features

May 21st, 2014 | 3 Comments

Inspired by your feedback, an updated version of our iPad app is now available. Faster and more intuitive, the latest upgrade was created to include some of your favorite features in the web version of Edmodo: Better Group Navigation. Access all your Groups, all on the same screen. Tapping on the Groups tab lets you […]

Make Summer a Page Turner With Reward-Based Reading Program

Make Summer a Page Turner With Reward-Based Reading Program

May 20th, 2014 | 0 Comments

As a teacher, it’s fun to see how kids form and share their thoughts when discovering new things about the world. To help keep them engaged and expressive while school’s out, Edmodo is partnering with the DOGObooks Summer Reading program. Participation is free and, even better, it’s rewarding! For every three books students review, they’ll […]

Register for EdmodoCon 2014

Register for EdmodoCon 2014

May 19th, 2014 | 36 Comments

Don’t miss the professional development of the year; reserve your spot for EdmodoCon 2014! What: EdmodoCon is our annual educator conference. Educators from around the world are invited to hear about new ways to use technology and share creative ideas for integrating Edmodo in the classroom. Each session will leave you with an action plan to help you kick off the new school year […]

The Power of Connecting Students on Edmodo [Video]

The Power of Connecting Students on Edmodo [Video]

May 13th, 2014 | 15 Comments

Dustin Blaha, Staff Development Coordinator for schools in the Rapid City area of South Dakota, recently shared this touching story; one that illustrates how Edmodo can be used to help each student find their voice. Watch as Mr. Blaha introduces us to Mrs. Price, a fourth grade teacher who integrated Small Groups into her classroom […]

How to Use Edmodo for Professional Development [Webinar]

How to Use Edmodo for Professional Development [Webinar]

May 12th, 2014 | 16 Comments

Summer is just around the corner and we’ve got new professional development opportunities lined up just for you! To kick things off, we’re hosting a free one hour webinar on how you can use Edmodo for Professional Development across your school or district. During the webinar, district leaders will share personal experiences, best practices, and […]

Teacher Appreciation Week: Realizing Personal Potential With Phyllis Speicher

Teacher Appreciation Week: Realizing Personal Potential With Phyllis Speicher

May 10th, 2014 | 0 Comments

In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, Kevin Jenkins, a member of our Product team, shares a personal story of teachers from his past; ones who taught him to imagine the possibilities. Starting at Edmodo was unlike any job experience I’d ever had. All of a sudden, I felt this surge of nostalgia and appreciation for […]

Teacher Appreciation Week: The Biology of Compassion With Ginger Belka

Teacher Appreciation Week: The Biology of Compassion With Ginger Belka

May 9th, 2014 | 1 Comment

In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, Kimberly Carpenter, a member of our Support team, shares a personal story of a teacher from her past—someone who encouraged her to always keep herself in the running. A few days ago, I completed a “What Type of Person Are You?” survey posted on Facebook. (Don’t judge—I was taking […]

Teacher Appreciation Week: Two Questions for Todd Fadoir

Teacher Appreciation Week: Two Questions for Todd Fadoir

May 8th, 2014 | 3 Comments

In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, Hillel Wayne, a member of our Engineering team, shares a personal story of a teacher from his past—one who inspired him to never stop asking questions. Moving to a new school is hard. More so when you don’t know anyone there. Extremely so, if you’re leaving a tiny orthodox […]

Teacher Appreciation Week: Storytime With Mrs. Torgerson

Teacher Appreciation Week: Storytime With Mrs. Torgerson

May 7th, 2014 | 1 Comment

In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, Liz Keleher, a member of our Adoption team, shares a personal story of a teacher from her past—one who inspired Liz to follow in her footsteps. As a child, I was competitive, though not with other kids. I was driven to tackle the challenges I faced. This posed a […]

Teacher Appreciation Week: Remembering Debbie Spets

Teacher Appreciation Week: Remembering Debbie Spets

May 6th, 2014 | 5 Comments

In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, Jake Giles, a member of our User Research team, shares his personal story of an educator from his past, showing that everything you do leaves a lasting impression. My small hometown of Kewanee, Illinois, is known as “The Hog Capital of the World.” At the end of summer, people come cross-county to celebrate “Hog […]

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