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You can now edit posts on Edmodo!!!

We just pushed out our #1 requested feature: you can now edit posts! This shouldn’t need much more explanation than you click the edit link on posts you have created, edit your post, and save. Please let us know if you have any problems.

FeaturesGeneral - Posted on Tuesday, November 11th, 2008


Turn Your Class into a Community of Readers

While you have multiple state standards to consider when designing your ELA curriculum, the underlying goal for most teachers is to build a lifelong love of reading in your students. Easier said than done, right? Research shows that giving students time to read, helping them find books that they are excited to read, and making […]

GeneralTeachers - Posted on Thursday, September 8th, 2016


Edmodo and PBL – A Dynamic Duo

With the advent of CCSS and NGSS many teachers are feeling the pressure to embrace project based learning. In a PBL environment, students work collaboratively for an extended period of time, attempting to solve a real world problem or challenge, gaining knowledge and skills along the way. In this environment, students have choices in how […]

GeneralTeachers - Posted on Wednesday, September 14th, 2016


How Virtual Reality Can Teach Global Competency

Cultural divisiveness is tearing at the fabric of our local and global communities. We have witnessed its symptoms of mistrust, fear, and even violence manifest themselves daily—from racial injustice to the rise of Islamophobia and the xenophobic backlash in response to the refugee crisis. At the same time, our human communities are widening and technology […]

GeneralTeachers - Posted on Tuesday, September 20th, 2016