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Bringing Historical Perspectives to Life on Edmodo

Bringing Historical Perspectives to Life on Edmodo

March 28th, 2014 | 1 Comment

This is a guest post from Zoe Parrish, Instructional Technology Resource Teacher (or ITRT) for Goochland County’s Elementary Schools. The post was originally published on her blog, Power On. Want to see yourself on the Edmodo Blog? Submit your story. The other week my colleague, Ms. Carter, and I spent some time brainstorming ways to […]

Women’s History Month: Nadia Boulanger, Composing Comprehension

Women’s History Month: Nadia Boulanger, Composing Comprehension

March 27th, 2014 | 0 Comments

While honoring the contributions of women throughout history, it’s important to note that March is also “Music in Our Schools” month. In recognition of both, we want to celebrate one woman’s commitment to getting students in tune with their own rhythm. Born into four generations of the French Conservatory, Nadia Boulanger was the first woman […]

Tips & Tricks: Powering Up Your Edmodo Network, Part Three

Tips & Tricks: Powering Up Your Edmodo Network, Part Three

March 25th, 2014 | 0 Comments

In this three-part blog series, discover three ways you can use Edmodo to build connections, supercharge your own education, and make the most of our community of sharing, powered by you. Communities are built on the relationships between its individuals and the strength of your connections is illustrated every day on Edmodo. Every time you […]

Tips & Tricks: Powering Up Your Edmodo Network, Part Two

Tips & Tricks: Powering Up Your Edmodo Network, Part Two

March 24th, 2014 | 0 Comments

In this three-part blog series, discover three ways you can use Edmodo to build connections, supercharge your own education, and make the most of our community of sharing, powered by you. No one can understand your everyday challenges or celebrate your milestones like another teacher. With more educators on our network than any other place […]

Tips & Tricks: Powering Up Your Edmodo Network, Part One

Tips & Tricks: Powering Up Your Edmodo Network, Part One

March 21st, 2014 | 1 Comment

In this three-part blog series, discover three ways you can use Edmodo to build connections, supercharge your own education, and make the most of our community of sharing, powered by you. You already trust Edmodo as the safe, secure way to connect your classroom and students with technology. Did you know it’s also a great […]

Women’s History Month: Maria Montessori, Breaking Barriers

Women’s History Month: Maria Montessori, Breaking Barriers

March 20th, 2014 | 0 Comments

A Montessori education focuses on the independence, observation, following, correcting, environment, and retention of children. The groundbreaking (and sometimes controversial) method could be described as a mix of science, medicine, and education—a reflection of its founder, Maria Montessori, whose own education began with a desire to be an engineer, then grew into a career as a […]

Show & Tell: Brooks Dougherty, Edmodo

Show & Tell: Brooks Dougherty, Edmodo

March 17th, 2014 | 3 Comments

This blog series lets you get to know the people at Edmodo. From what we do at the company, to some of our firsts and favorites, sneak a peek as we get personal. Brooks was born in San Diego, CA, where he attended Spreckles Elementary and University City High School. For college, he left sunny […]

Women’s History Month: Anne Sullivan, Changing Perceptions

Women’s History Month: Anne Sullivan, Changing Perceptions

March 13th, 2014 | 0 Comments

We’re all familiar with Helen Keller’s achievements, but how does a person left deaf, blind, and mute from an illness learn to communicate and read Braille? And eventually author books and advocate for the blind, among other impressive feats even for someone without disabilities? Meet Anne Sullivan. After a serendipitous reading of Charles Dickens led […]

Great Formulas for Common Core Math Prep

Great Formulas for Common Core Math Prep

March 11th, 2014 | 1 Comment

“When planning for a year, plant corn. When planning for a decade, plant trees. When planning for life, train and educate people.” – Chinese proverb Are you ready for the Common Core State Standards being implemented next school year? If you’re looking for lesson plans to help you prepare, check out the Edmodo Communities; it’s where […]

Ban Bossy and Encourage Leadership in the Classroom

Ban Bossy and Encourage Leadership in the Classroom

March 10th, 2014 | 4 Comments

The girl with the courage to raise her hand in class, or voice her opinion on Edmodo, becomes a woman with confidence. As educators, there are small changes each of us can make to have a big impact on girls’ ambitions. To help close the gender leadership gap, LeanIn.Org and Girl Scouts of the USA […]

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