Snapshot Can Now Make Schools and Districts Anything But Standard

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June 30th, 2014

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When Edmodo Snapshot was released in April, it was designed with smart quizzes and instant analytics to give you a way to regularly gauge student progress on Common Core, TEKS, SOL, and other state standards. To help give your classroom efforts support at the school and district level, Edmodo is now releasing Snapshot for Schools, a premium version built on top of existing Edmodo administrative account features.

Snapshot will still be free for teachers; Snapshot for Schools is available for purchase on an individual school or district-wide basis, and includes all the free features available to teachers, plus:

  • Admin dashboards and insight. Real-time feedback lets administrators understand where you’re feeling comfortable and where you’re having challenges, so they can identify where you need extra support to improve learning outcomes.
  • Instant Professional Learning Communities. Snapshot for Schools enables admins to highlight your successes and build practice-based groups where you can collaborate, share ideas, discuss practices, and mentor one another.
  • Seamless integration. You and your students are already on Edmodo, so adopting Snapshot for Schools is just as easy as using it. This is where you’re the trusted expert, because you already use and trust Edmodo.

Early Snapshot for Schools adopters will also get a sneak peek of Edmodo Practice, a feature that empowers students to personalize their learning experience with standards-aligned content that they get to choose and customize. With this, and the full suite of tools now available at the teacher, student, school, and district level, Snapshot can help make formative assessment a snap.

Have you already used Snapshot in your classroom? Share your experiences and best practices in the comments section below, or in the Edmodo Communities.

Know an admin who’d be interested in a Snapshot for Schools? Tell them to request a demo today!




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