New Year, New Assignments

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January 14th, 2016

newassignment_blogIt’s the new year! From classroom expectations to daily to-dos, schools are getting back into the swing of things. We all need a little nudge in the right direction after the long holiday break, and Edmodo is here to provide that support. Resolve to stay on top of grading with Edmodo’s updated assignment tool.

Maximize your grading workflow with these 3 features:

  • Grade multiple assignments at once: With Edmodo, your classroom has already gone paperless. Now we’ve streamlined the paper-free grading process. On the Assignment overview page, view All Submissions and use the top checkbox to select all. You can also grade a subset of submissions by checking the boxes next to individual student name.

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  • Clear multiple assignment grades en masse: Once you’ve graded assignments, you may want to revise or remove the score you awarded. You can do this in one fell swoop. Similar to grading multiple assignments, check all or select a group of submissions and click Clear Grades.


  • Instruct students to resubmit assignments: Did one of your students forget to include an attachment? Or, did the assignment not meet your expectations? Now you can ask a Student to resubmit an Assignment through the click of a button. View the assignment post, select the Student’s name on the left sidebar, and click “Request Resubmission.”

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3 responses to “New Year, New Assignments”

  1. LottaN says:

    Wow! A good thing now got even better!!! The “Resubmit” feature will be very very useful, as we do want to encourage students to develop their works, and also I frequently posts assignments that requires the students to hand in a link to a Google Drive document that is built upon over time, and this will be a good way to let students know that I have seen and commented in their document and that they can now continue working.

  2. I just discovered these features the other day and they made my life a lot easier. Thanks, Edmodo! #edmodolove

  3. Donna Moeller says:

    I’m not sure this would work in a math classroom due to the lack of math type fonts for equations. I do like it for sharing videos and providing resources though.

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