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We now have a documentation wiki

One of the things we have been lacking is documentation about Edmodo and how to use it.  So we have just setup a wiki at http://wiki.edmodo.com. We currently have 4 guides posted and we will be posting more. Teacher Quickstart Guide Student Quickstart Guide Posting to Edmodo Upload an Avatar If you have any tips […]

General - Posted on Monday, September 22nd, 2008


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


You can now search within Edmodo

One of the critical features missing from Edmodo was the ability to search your posts.  We can finally say that this has been corrected as the search feature was rolled out quietly last week.  Search works based on which group’s posts you are viewing at the time of the search.  If you’re viewing the “everything” […]

FeaturesGeneral - Posted on Tuesday, December 9th, 2008


Edmodo 3.0 Feature Highlights

Notable Edmodo 3.0 features Realtime updates – Edmodo time-line auto-refreshes Threaded replies, replies are now underneath each post instead of sent to the top of the timeline and treated like a new post. New caching system – Speed when clicking items is now super fast Archive feature – ability for teachers to archive their groups […]

Features - Posted on Sunday, August 2nd, 2009


Edmodo document viewer now online

UPDATE: Edmodo document viewer is back online. We just activated a new feature on Edmodo called the doc viewer.  The Edmodo doc viewer allows you to view certain document formats inside your browser, without having to download the file and open the document in an external application.  The following formats are currently supported: doc – […]

Features - Posted on Tuesday, January 19th, 2010


Top 10 embeddable resources for Teachers

Today I was thinking about what were the top 10 social media sites teachers were using.  Then it hit me that I could just analyze the Edmodo database and see what sites are most popular among our users.  So here you have it, the top 10 embeddable resources that teachers are using on Edmodo. Youtube […]

General - Posted on Wednesday, July 14th, 2010


Women’s History Month: Michelle Obama, Empowering Potential

Throughout history, women have played a vital role in shaping our educational system. From Clara Barton, the person responsible for our nation’s first public school, and Mary McLeod Bethune, educator and president of the National Association of Colored People, the impact of women in education continues today. Of the nearly three million full-time elementary teachers […]

General - Posted on Thursday, March 6th, 2014


Women’s History Month: Anne Sullivan, Changing Perceptions

We’re all familiar with Helen Keller’s achievements, but how does a person left deaf, blind, and mute from an illness learn to communicate and read Braille? And eventually author books and advocate for the blind, among other impressive feats even for someone without disabilities? Meet Anne Sullivan. After a serendipitous reading of Charles Dickens led […]

GeneralTeacher Stories - Posted on Thursday, March 13th, 2014


Women’s History Month: Maria Montessori, Breaking Barriers

A Montessori education focuses on the independence, observation, following, correcting, environment, and retention of children. The groundbreaking (and sometimes controversial) method could be described as a mix of science, medicine, and education—a reflection of its founder, Maria Montessori, whose own education began with a desire to be an engineer, then grew into a career as a […]

General - Posted on Thursday, March 20th, 2014


Women’s History Month: Nadia Boulanger, Composing Comprehension

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 […]

General - Posted on Thursday, March 27th, 2014