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Animal Tales: Brody, Certified Therapy Dog and Leader of the PAWS Pack

Animal Tales: Brody, Certified Therapy Dog and Leader of the PAWS Pack

April 10th, 2014 | 50 Comments

This is a guest post from Kate Baker, a high school English teacher at Southern Regional in Manahawkin, NJ. In honor of National Pet Day, we asked her to share how one cuddly canine has redefined “creature comfort” for her classroom and school. Brody and I met when he was five weeks old, after the […]

New Notifications for U.S. Accounts

New Notifications for U.S. Accounts

April 9th, 2014 | 3 Comments

With multiple classes, assignments, and students, we know teaching doesn’t start and end when the school bell rings. We also know you love to get organized so it doesn’t become a 24/7 job. We’ve been listening to all the ways you’ve asked us to help you stay (and feel) up-to-date, and recently redesigned Notifications for […]

CK-12 Launches Free Math and Science Practice Apps on Edmodo

CK-12 Launches Free Math and Science Practice Apps on Edmodo

April 8th, 2014 | 0 Comments

We know how time consuming it can be to find high quality, standards-aligned content and grade quizzes individually. CK-12’s new Math and Science Practice Apps help you do both in just a few clicks! Integrated with Edmodo, you can assign standards-aligned math and science practice to any of your Edmodo groups; once students turn in their […]

Register for Our April 15 Teachers’ Lounge Webinar

Register for Our April 15 Teachers’ Lounge Webinar

March 31st, 2014 | 4 Comments

Topic: When the Teacher’s Away, Edmodo Keeps Student Learning in Play Date: Tuesday, April 15, 2014 @ 7:00 pm EST Host: Sheryl Place, Edmodo Support Ambassador and Certified Trainer Sheryl Place is a 9-12th Grade ESOL (English Language Learners) teacher at Killian Senior High School in Miami, FL, as well as an Edmodo Support Ambassador […]

Webinar Rewind: Designing Positive Critique Groups and Peer Collaboration With Edmodo

Webinar Rewind: Designing Positive Critique Groups and Peer Collaboration With Edmodo

March 29th, 2014 | 0 Comments

Kimberly Larson knows first-hand that teaching kids how to offer and take criticism well is its own art form. As a 9-12th Grade Graphics & Design Teacher at Effingham College and Career Academy in Rincon, GA, Larson has mastered how to use peer collaboration and feedback to help students improve their communication skills and each […]

“Welcome to Edmodo” Webinars – April 2014

“Welcome to Edmodo” Webinars – April 2014

March 28th, 2014 | 4 Comments

New to Edmodo? Or simply want a refresher? Sign up for a free, live webinar. Hosted by our award-winning Support team, you’ll get an overview of Edmodo’s core features, with a focus on teacher and student use, and learn the basics alongside other educators. You’ll also have a chance to submit questions and get live […]

Bringing Historical Perspectives to Life on Edmodo

Bringing Historical Perspectives to Life on Edmodo

March 28th, 2014 | 1 Comment

This is a guest post from Zoe Parrish, Instructional Technology Resource Teacher (or ITRT) for Goochland County’s Elementary Schools. The post was originally published on her blog, Power On. Want to see yourself on the Edmodo Blog? Submit your story. The other week my colleague, Ms. Carter, and I spent some time brainstorming ways to […]

Women’s History Month: Nadia Boulanger, Composing Comprehension

Women’s History Month: Nadia Boulanger, Composing Comprehension

March 27th, 2014 | 0 Comments

While honoring the contributions of women throughout history, it’s important to note that March is also “Music in Our Schools” month. In recognition of both, we want to celebrate one woman’s commitment to getting students in tune with their own rhythm. Born into four generations of the French Conservatory, Nadia Boulanger was the first woman […]

Tips & Tricks: Powering Up Your Edmodo Network, Part Three

Tips & Tricks: Powering Up Your Edmodo Network, Part Three

March 25th, 2014 | 0 Comments

In this three-part blog series, discover three ways you can use Edmodo to build connections, supercharge your own education, and make the most of our community of sharing, powered by you. Communities are built on the relationships between its individuals and the strength of your connections is illustrated every day on Edmodo. Every time you […]

Tips & Tricks: Powering Up Your Edmodo Network, Part Two

Tips & Tricks: Powering Up Your Edmodo Network, Part Two

March 24th, 2014 | 0 Comments

In this three-part blog series, discover three ways you can use Edmodo to build connections, supercharge your own education, and make the most of our community of sharing, powered by you. No one can understand your everyday challenges or celebrate your milestones like another teacher. With more educators on our network than any other place […]

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