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Site Issues

Site Issues

May 17th, 2011 | 22 Comments

We are working quickly to resolve the issues on the site.   A couple of things you may see: 1.  Site going up and down.  We are working to identify the root cause — you may see a bit of wonkiness while we resolve the issue. 2.  Library Access:  The library is currently unavailable — […]

Voice of the Library: The Students Aren’t Waiting

Voice of the Library: The Students Aren’t Waiting

May 17th, 2011 | 1 Comment

Tuesdays with Shannon! ** Last Saturday, Will Richardson posted “There are Some People Who Don’t Wait” on his blog, weblogg-ed. The post was about teachers who don’t wait…who jump right in, who take a chance, who embrace change in education and the lives of young people. Will wrote, “… I couldn’t help thinking about the […]

View from the District: The BYTE Challenge

View from the District: The BYTE Challenge

May 16th, 2011 | 1 Comment

Monday with Andy! ** This past week, I got to witness first-hand the impact that Edmodo has had within one of our elementary classrooms.  In the span of only a few weeks, this tool has changed the learning culture within the classroom and, indeed, throughout this school. Last Tuesday, I spent a full day with […]

DIY Teacher:  Teaching is manic – bring it!!

DIY Teacher: Teaching is manic – bring it!!

May 13th, 2011 | 9 Comments

Week 3 with Bianca! ** Hello Edmodians! My week has been a little frazzled, and after a quick shout out on twitter asking what I should blog about, this tweet got the green light: I do have a new prac student who started with me on Monday. I had to apologise a number of times […]

Student PLN’s: The Power of Publishing

Student PLN’s: The Power of Publishing

May 12th, 2011 | 2 Comments

Week 3 with Liz Castillo! ** Last year I had the honor of attending the Siemens STEM Institute at the Discovery Headquarters.  There were a multitude of amazing and talented speakers that we had the privilege to learn from.  One of my favorite speakers of the week was Dr. Lodge McCammon.  If you haven’t heard […]

Web 2.0: Getting Organized

Web 2.0: Getting Organized

May 11th, 2011 | 1 Comment

Week 3 with Bret Gosselin! (note from Edmodo: impressive sharing score Bret!) ** Hello again! I am a terrible creature of habit with an insatiable need to organize, so according to trend, here are my sections for this week’s post. Scroll down to a topic of interest, but make sure you check out Edmodian of the […]

Voice of the Library: The “Little Things” That Make A Difference

Voice of the Library: The “Little Things” That Make A Difference

May 10th, 2011 | 5 Comments

Week 3 with Shannon Miller!   Dressed For The Van Meter Wax Museum All of us do this.  We get caught up in the duties and tasks demanding our attention during the day. There are projects to grade, emails to respond to, meetings to attend, and lesson plans to create.  We have responsibilities and people […]

View from the District:  Sharing ‘Pockets of Innovation’

View from the District: Sharing ‘Pockets of Innovation’

May 9th, 2011 | 1 Comment

Week 4 with Andy McKiel ** It was about four years ago that I left my own classroom to venture into a new role as a Curriculum Coordinator.  My transition into this position was very smooth, and I attribute this to the fact that I was given the opportunity to pursue my passion – sharing […]

New Release: Make new Connections with Teacher Profiles and Spotlight Updates

New Release: Make new Connections with Teacher Profiles and Spotlight Updates

May 7th, 2011 | 44 Comments

A consistent message we hear from the Edmodo community is that your Professional Learning Network is critical to both your professional success and personal satisfaction as an educator.  To support you in creating your PLN, this week’s release focuses on new ways to connect, collaborate and share a bit of yourself with the Edmodo community. […]

The DIY Teacher: Moving freely between learning spaces

The DIY Teacher: Moving freely between learning spaces

May 6th, 2011 | 5 Comments

Week 3 with Bianca! ** I am often asked by teachers why they should use Edmodo (often referred to as a microblog) when they already use a blog (such as edublogs and WordPress). It’s a pretty sensible question – teachers are already busy and don’t really need to be doubling up on work for no […]

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