Edmodo Blog / Posts tagged "PBL"

PBL + Edmodo = Awesome

Friday with Bianca! ** I find myself sitting in a lecture by philosopher David Chalmers (it’s titled ‘The Singularity: A Philosophical Analysis’) and realise that once again I am behind in writing my weekly post for edmodo – where do the hours go?! The layout of the room (a university lecture theatre) contradicts the focus […]

Teacher Stories - Posted on Friday, May 27th, 2011

Project Based Learning with Edmodo

A few weeks ago, Dayna Laur from the Buck Institute for Education (BIE) conducted an excellent webinar about using Edmodo to facilitate project based learning. Last week she shared her experiences in a blog post that teachers can use as a blueprint for creating their own PBL lessons.  In the post, Dayna describes how she used […]

Activities & Tips - Posted on Thursday, December 29th, 2011

Road to EdmodoCon 2016: Meet Speakers Wendy Dowler and Jennifer Kindred

Throughout July, the Edmodo blog will feature EdmodoCon 2016 speakers. For our second installment, meet teachers Wendy Dowler and Jennifer Kindred. They used Edmodo to turn a traditional project into a highly engaging activity that can be used between classes.  Together with their students, they created a live feed  to “Facilitate Audience Engagement during a Debate.” Be sure to register for EdmodoCon to […]

GeneralTeachers - Posted on Thursday, July 7th, 2016

Road to Edmodocon 2016: Meet Speaker Stephanie Ward

Throughout July, the Edmodo blog will feature EdmodoCon 2016 speakers. For our third installment, meet teacher Stephanie Ward. Stephanie used Edmodo to create a scalable project based learning model.  With learning styles and increased academic rigor in mind, she developed  project based approaches that assist with redesigning the role of the teacher. Be sure to register for EdmodoCon to catch Stephanie’s presentation.  Briefly tell us […]

General - Posted on Tuesday, July 12th, 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

Flipping the Classroom: Use an infographic, see what happens

Piktochart is the perfect example of a tool that can be used by anyone for almost anything. You can create flyers, brochures, presentations, and reports. It doesn’t matter what line of work you are in because any of the templates can be used by anybody. For example, as a teacher, I can create posters for […]

GeneralTeacher Stories - Posted on Wednesday, October 5th, 2016