Edmodo Blog / Posts tagged "1:1"
We are pleased to announce the next installment in the Edmodo Spotlight Webinar series, highlighting how teachers use Edmodo in tech environments ranging from computer labs to full 1:1 rollouts. Session Title: Edmodo: From Computer Lab to 1:1 When: November 16, 6pm Eastern (USA) Hosts: Amanda Youngblood, Olympia High School, Orlando, FL; Geri Campeau, Mater Dei High [...]
The recording from last week’s Spotlight Webinar, entitled Edmodo: From Computer Lab to 1:1, is now available. The webinar features Amanda Youngblood from Orange County Public Schools in Florida and Mark Madison from McCracken County Public Schools in Kentucky. Amanda and Mark discuss how Edmodo can be used in classrooms with a single computer as well [...]
This is a guest post by Katie Karsh, Program Associate at Common Sense Media. If you are interested in contributing to the Edmodo Blog, please complete this form. As a former teacher, I know how busy an educator’s life can be. When schools and districts announce new 1-to-1 programs, you may be excited, terrified, or both as you adapt [...]
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This is a guest post by Kelley Taylor, a 6th grade teacher at Christ the King School in Lexington, KY. If you are interested in contributing to the Edmodo Blog, please complete this form. Connect with Kelley on Edmodo or follow her @kelley1221 Background I teach sixth grade language arts and religion at a Catholic school in Lexington, [...]
This is a guest post from Melissa Butler, a 6th grade Language Arts teacher from South Orange, New Jersey. If you are interested in contributing to the Edmodo Blog, please complete this form. Edmodo can transform the traditional chalkboard and a “turn-in-basket-classroom” into a digital, paperless atmosphere. Making the Decision to go Paperless I currently teach 6th-grade Language Arts [...]
This is a guest post from Patrick Fogarty, Faculty Advisor of Instructional Technology at Xaverian High School, Brooklyn, New York. If you are interested in contributing to the Edmodo Blog, please complete this form. Introduce yourself to Patrick or follow along @fogarty22! Mobile devices into the classroom, whether they be laptops, netbooks, or tablets, have quickly shifted from amenity to necessity. [...]