Sheryl Place wants to make sure her students are always learning, even if she’s absent. As a 9-12th Grade ESOL (English Language Learners) teacher at Killian Senior High School in Miami, FL, Place uses Edmodo to keep students accountable and to create assignments that engage them, especially when she’s out of the classroom.
Watch her recent 30-minute Teachers’ Lounge webinar and discover how you can use Edmodo to:
- Empower students to drive the work in class and stay accountable
- Plan ahead to set expectations for assignments, behavior, and more
- Communicate with students in real-time during your absence
Already using Edmodo in creative ways? Share your ideas in the comments section below, or in the Edmodo Communities.