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Three More Tips to Borrow for Using Edmodo in Your Library

Three More Tips to Borrow for Using Edmodo in Your Library

April 29th, 2014 | 1 Comment

Earlier this month, we introduced you to Shannon McClintock Miller, super teacher-librarian and a huge fan of giving students access to technology in education. Shannon uses Edmodo in her district’s library in so many creative ways, we had to turn her story into a two-part series in order to share three more of her recommendations: 1) Banding […]

Register for Our May 20 Teachers’ Lounge Webinar

Register for Our May 20 Teachers’ Lounge Webinar

April 28th, 2014 | 6 Comments

Topic: Creating a Blended Elementary Classroom with Edmodo Date: Tuesday, May 20, 2014 @ 7:00 pm EST Host: Sarah Eaton, Elementary School Teacher, Edmodo Support Ambassador, and Elementary New User Group Leader Sarah Eaton is a 2nd grade teacher at Elizabeth Scott Elementary in Chester, VA, and an Edmodo Support Ambassador. In this live 30-minute […]

Show & Tell: Allison Laureano, Edmodo

Show & Tell: Allison Laureano, Edmodo

April 27th, 2014 | 0 Comments

This blog series lets you get to know the people at Edmodo. From what we do at the company, to some of our firsts and favorites, sneak a peek as we get personal. Between building computer networks and arcade games, Allison Laureano is the human hub of tech and fun at Edmodo. Originally from the […]

Webinar Rewind: When the Teacher’s Away, Edmodo Keeps Student Learning in Play

Webinar Rewind: When the Teacher’s Away, Edmodo Keeps Student Learning in Play

April 23rd, 2014 | 0 Comments

Sheryl Place wants to make sure her students are always learning, even if she’s absent. As a 9-12th Grade ESOL (English Language Learners) teacher at Killian Senior High School in Miami, FL, Place uses Edmodo to keep students accountable and to create assignments that engage them, especially when she’s out of the classroom. Watch her […]

Three Kindergarten-Sized Approaches to Edmodo

Three Kindergarten-Sized Approaches to Edmodo

April 21st, 2014 | 12 Comments

Today is Kindergarten Day, honoring the birthday of Friedrich Froebe, who impacted education in innumerable ways after founding the first kindergarten in 1837. While Edmodo is the number one social learning platform for K-12 education, we recently met some kindergarten teachers who wondered whether it’s too advanced for their students. The answer, of course, is a […]

Using Edmodo for Exit Tickets and Other Formative Assessment

Using Edmodo for Exit Tickets and Other Formative Assessment

April 16th, 2014 | 8 Comments

This is a guest post from Kelly Croy, 7th grade Language Arts teacher at Oak Harbor Middle School. The post was originally published on WiredEducator.com. Want to see yourself on the Edmodo Blog? Submit your story. I’ve been using Edmodo for the past two years and I love it. As a middle school English teacher, […]

Shannon Miller Lends Her Expertise for Using Edmodo in Your Library

Shannon Miller Lends Her Expertise for Using Edmodo in Your Library

April 15th, 2014 | 1 Comment

If you never thought you’d hear a librarian say, “I love it when the library is crazy and super noisy!”, meet Shannon McClintock Miller. Growing up on a farm among hogs, sheep, and row crops, Shannon spent her childhood in 4H and Future Farmers of America, always knowing she’d one day put her creativity to work […]

The Importance of Student Data Privacy

The Importance of Student Data Privacy

April 14th, 2014 | 1 Comment

As many of you know, Edmodo was founded over five years ago as a closed, private learning network for teachers and students to connect and collaborate. We’ve always believed in creating a safe and secure environment where teachers, school administrators, students, and parents are involved to foster better learning. Today, there are over 33 million […]

EdmodoCon 2014: Call for Speakers

EdmodoCon 2014: Call for Speakers

April 14th, 2014 | 6 Comments

Want to share your Edmodo experiences with our global community at EdmodoCon 2014? We’re looking for people who want to share their expertise and inspire educators, classrooms, schools, and districts around the world. Last year, EdmodoCon had over 27,000 educators from 117 countries interested in learning new ways to integrate technology in their classroom. If […]

Unleash the Power of Positivity With StoryLines Pages

Unleash the Power of Positivity With StoryLines Pages

April 11th, 2014 | 0 Comments

Looking for a great end-of-year activity for your classroom? With the new StoryLines Pages app on Edmodo, you can teach students to give and receive one of life’s best skills: positive reinforcement. Inspired by the story All Good Things by Sister Helen Mrosla, StoryLines Pages is a collaborative classroom activity where students learn the power […]

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