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View from the District: Start with Professional Development

View from the District: Start with Professional Development

April 25th, 2011 | 0 Comments

Week #2 with Andy McKiel, K-12 Curriculum Coordinator at St. James-Assiniboia School Division in Winnipeg, Canada ** One of the first things I needed to take into consideration when implementing Edmodo within our school district was the provision of professional learning opportunities for our staff.  Sure, it’s easy to sign up for an account to […]

Featured Blogger: The Do-It-Yourself Teacher with Bianca Hewes

Featured Blogger: The Do-It-Yourself Teacher with Bianca Hewes

April 22nd, 2011 | 4 Comments

Not ‘just’ a teacher – becoming a teacher every day. First off a big ‘wow, gee, thanks’ to Edmodo for giving an Aussie the opportunity to be a featured blogger! I thought this post would be a great opportunity to introduce myself to other Edmodians (is that the collective noun for edmodo users? I think […]

Intermittent Site Issues: Updated

Intermittent Site Issues: Updated

April 21st, 2011 | 2 Comments

Edmodo is currently experiencing intermittent, isolated site issues.  We apologize for the inconvenience and are working to resolve the situation as quickly as possible.   We’ll keep you updated here.   Thanks! UPDATE: 11:15amEST/8:15amPST:  Looks like our datacenter hosts Amazon EC2 have had a few issues this morning which affect Edmodo and a number of  other services […]

Featured Blogger: Student PLN’s with Liz Castillo

Featured Blogger: Student PLN’s with Liz Castillo

April 21st, 2011 | 2 Comments

I was so excited when I was selected to be a Featured Blogger for the Edmodo community.  I have always tried to find as many ways possible to share and connect with other teachers especially around the topic of integrating technology.  When I first began teaching, I was in a classroom where there was 1 […]

Featured Blogger: Web 2.0 with Bret Gosselin

Featured Blogger: Web 2.0 with Bret Gosselin

April 20th, 2011 | 0 Comments

Hello! I wanted to begin by saying that I am honored to be able to write to this community about a subject that I would just be yakking about anyway (Web 2.0 tools, BTW) and that I hope to have some great conversations about all the incredible things we are doing in our classrooms. What […]

Featured Blogger: The Voice of the Library with Shannon Miller

Featured Blogger: The Voice of the Library with Shannon Miller

April 19th, 2011 | 4 Comments

Today is the start of a new adventure for me!  For the next few months I am going to be one of five bloggers on Edmodo’s Featured Blogger Team.  I am very honored to be part of this amazing group of educators and excited to share and learn with all of you! I will be […]

Khan Academy Collection Now Available On Edmodo

Khan Academy Collection Now Available On Edmodo

April 18th, 2011 | 1 Comment

We are pleased to announce that the  Khan Academy Community is live on Edmodo, including access to the full collection of over 2,100 videos produced and narrated by Sal Khan. If you are not familiar with the Khan Academy: They are “an organization on a mission — a not-for-profit with the goal of changing education […]

New Release: Enhanced Group Management

New Release: Enhanced Group Management

April 18th, 2011 | 1 Comment

Suddenly this morning, the entire Edmodo universe wanted to change their group settings!  And everything was different!   Alas, we have learned a good lesson about the perils of not having a blog post ready to go immediately after the release. *hangs head* Sorry for the confusion this morning — but yes, we released some site […]

Featured Blogger:  A View from the District with Andy McKiel

Featured Blogger: A View from the District with Andy McKiel

April 18th, 2011 | 3 Comments

What an honour and a privilege to be selected as one of Edmodo’s Featured Bloggers!  I’m thrilled to have this opportunity to share my experiences with the Edmodo community and I hope that I’m able to provide some insight for those of you who have long been connecting and collaborating within Edmodo.  While this forum […]

Hacking Education with DonorsChoose.org

Hacking Education with DonorsChoose.org

April 15th, 2011 | 1 Comment

We are very excited to announce that Edmodo is participating in the DonorsChoose.org Hacking-Education Contest for developers and data crunchers. From Donorschoose.org: “Ten years ago, a teacher in the Bronx launched DonorsChoose.org. Since then, more than 165,000 teachers at 43,000 public schools have posted over 300,000 classroom project requests, inspiring $80,000,000 in giving from 400,000 donors. […]

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