4 Ways to Become a Snapshot Trailblazer

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July 31st, 2014

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Common Core has raised a lot of questions over the past year and will generate even more come back-to-school. Thanks to Edmodo Snapshot, thousands of you have already found some answers and are looking for an easy way to share it with your fellow teachers.

Now through October 31, you can sign up to be an official Snapshot Trailblazer and help your entire school understand what its students know (and what they don’t). You’ll be the resident expert who demonstrates just how easy it is to create and schedule a Snapshot, as well as the edtech superhero who introduces your school to auto-generated quizzes, real-time feedback, and ways to personalize learning.

How It Works
Using Snapshot is simple, so we figured becoming a Trailblazer should be, too. All you have to do is:

  1. Be the first Snapshot Trailblazer to sign up at your school
  2. Watch an Edmodo kickoff webinar
  3. Host a Snapshot PD session for at least five teachers
  4. Follow up to mentor the teachers as they get started

What You’ll Get
As part of our official Snapshot Trailblazer team, we’ll give you everything you need to get started and then some:

  • Snapshot Trailblazer toolkit
  • Snapshot Trailblazer t-shirt
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Snapshot Trailblazer badge
  • Shout outs on social media

Ready to blaze your edtech trail? Become a Snapshot Trailblazer today!

6 responses to “4 Ways to Become a Snapshot Trailblazer”

  1. I Requested to Join! ^_^
    I’m a College Student from STI College Munoz-EDSA, Philippines.

  2. Lyn Fromme says:

    This tool seems so powerful!

  3. Greg Smithey says:

    I would love become a snapshot trailblazer and utilize this extensively in the classroom. However I am a social studies teacher. Do you guys know when you may end up support social studies. Also will you support not only common core but also the TEKS for those of us here in Texas?

  4. meacherteacher says:

    I am very interested in Snapshot. I would love to sign up to be a Trailblazer, but I am in Canada and do not have access to it. Do you need people outside of the US to explore putting in other standards? Please let me know if you are looking for someone to pilot this in Quebec!

  5. Martha says:

    I am in the process of changing my teaching location. I may be JUST a substitute this year at a very innovative school

    I have been a certified teacher since 2003. I have used Edmodo in my computer programming, digital media, and architecture

  6. Barbara Hardos says:

    I signed up to be a Trail Blazer, but this is too good to wait. I’ve already called my partner teacher and emailed my principal to see if I can grab a spot on the “Back to School Meeting” to show this to the teachers at my elementary school. If not I will organize an after school PD. This is exciting! We are not a one – to – one school but being able to formatively assess students without the endless grading and analyzing, has my little teacher heart pounding. I know my colleagues (at least some of them) will be as interested as I am. Way to go Edmodo!

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