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A Teacher’s Perspective: Real world connections using Edmodo [Video]

A Teacher’s Perspective: Real world connections using Edmodo [Video]

November 24th, 2010 | 4 Comments

Everywhere students go they are connected to technology — instead of expecting students to ‘power down’ when they come to school, forward-thinking school districts are finding new ways to ‘power up’ the curriculum. In this video, Dyane Smokorowski explains how educators throughout Andover school district in Kansas are using Edmodo to engage students in academic […]

We asked, you answered!  15 more brilliant ways to use Edmodo

We asked, you answered! 15 more brilliant ways to use Edmodo

November 23rd, 2010 | 36 Comments

To say we were overwhelmed with the response to last week’s “7 Brilliant Ways to Use Edmodo” blog post would be a huge understatement.  Soon after we posted it, ideas and suggestions were flying in from every direction!  It’s clear that educators are passionate about using Edmodo in the classroom and we love your creativity in […]

The Help Center, powered by the Edmodo Community

The Help Center, powered by the Edmodo Community

November 22nd, 2010 | 26 Comments

We are pleased to announce the launch of the Help Center, powered by the Edmodo Community. Whether you are a classroom teacher looking for introductory videos to show your students how to get started, a tech director at a school district who wants to make the case for rolling out Edmodo to all of your […]

Edmodo Edmustache: We’re off and growing!

Edmodo Edmustache: We’re off and growing!

November 19th, 2010 | 1 Comment

It’s been an exciting week, hair-wise, here at Edmodo.   Edmodo’s Edmustache is off and growing – it’s been a lot of years since we’ve seen so much lip hair. The great news is –in our first week, we’ve raised almost $1,000 for projects impacting over 500 students.   From the generous donations of educators and friends […]

Edmodo Tip: Ask Questions of your Teacher Connections

Edmodo Tip: Ask Questions of your Teacher Connections

November 18th, 2010 | 1 Comment

One of the best reasons for creating a social network of teachers is to share resources and bounce ideas off of one another. By connecting with teachers on Edmodo, you can create just the kind of network you would like whether that is based upon a common subject area, geography or a shared interest in […]

7 Brilliant Ways to use Edmodo that will Blow. Your. Mind.

7 Brilliant Ways to use Edmodo that will Blow. Your. Mind.

November 17th, 2010 | 50 Comments

Ok, maybe we’re exaggerating.  But they are pretty fun ideas:)  Following are unique ways to use Edmodo that go beyond the basic features. Science Fair Exhibition Hall: Create a “Science Fair” group and send everyone in the school the group code so they can view powerpoint, glogster, video summaries of student science projects.  A great […]

It all adds up:  Edmodo now supports LaTex

It all adds up: Edmodo now supports LaTex

November 16th, 2010 | 9 Comments

We’re pleased to announce that Edmodo now supports LaTeX – a typesetting system that formats mathematical equations using plain text. To include an equation in an Edmodo Note, simply wrap the LaTeX markup in [math] … [/math]. This will generate an image of the corresponding equation, which will be displayed in the post. “But Edmodo, […]

Start Spreading the News…

Start Spreading the News…

November 15th, 2010 | 3 Comments

There has been a lot of Twitter chatter lately from teachers who have discovered the value of Edmodo and are looking for advice on how to convince Administrators of the benefits of integrating social networking tools into the classroom and on how to get other teachers in their school involved in Edmodo. Some great ideas […]

Edmodo’s Edmustache

Edmodo’s Edmustache

November 12th, 2010 | 7 Comments

The men of Edmodo are multi-talented.  When they aren’t toiling away at their desks muttering random techie-sounding phrases (which, by the way, we really don’t understand but hey we’re trying to be team players so we just nod and smile sympathetically), they can often be found doing very manly men things  — tracking wild game […]

Do you have a DonorsChoose Project?  Let us know

Do you have a DonorsChoose Project? Let us know

November 11th, 2010 | 1 Comment

We love DonorsChoose. If you are not familiar with the organization – it’s “an online charity that makes it easier for anyone to help students in need”. Through DonorsChoose, public school teachers post project requests ranging anywhere from paint supplies for an art class to seeds and watering cans for a science experiment.  Individuals can […]

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