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One of the things we have been lacking is documentation about Edmodo and how to use it. So we have just setup a wiki at http://wiki.edmodo.com. We currently have 4 guides posted and we will be posting more. Teacher Quickstart Guide Student Quickstart Guide Posting to Edmodo Upload an Avatar If you have any tips […]
General - Posted on Monday, September 22nd, 2008
We just pushed out our #1 requested feature: you can now edit posts! This shouldn’t need much more explanation than you click the edit link on posts you have created, edit your post, and save. Please let us know if you have any problems.
One of the critical features missing from Edmodo was the ability to search your posts. We can finally say that this has been corrected as the search feature was rolled out quietly last week. Search works based on which group’s posts you are viewing at the time of the search. If you’re viewing the “everything” […]
I just wanted to write a quick post letting you know that we are going to be launching Edmodo 3.0 on Friday July 31st. We will have some site outages during the day while we take Edmodo offline and do the upgrade. I would not make plans to use Edmodo for any course work on […]
General - Posted on Saturday, July 25th, 2009
We launched Edmodo 3.0 this evening. It’s been a long day and we are tired from working all day. I will do a more in depth post tomorrow. Just wanted to thank everyone that has reported bugs and joined us in the live u-stream this evening. We had a great time.
General - Posted on Friday, July 31st, 2009
We are pleased to welcome VocabularySpellingCity as the newest Edmodo Community. For those of you not familiar, the site automates the study of word lists for spelling and vocabulary. You can enter any list and VocabSpellingCity.com provides the sentences and definitions for the 20 different learning activities, including a WordSeach, HangMouse (think hangman), WordUnScramble, SpellingTest, VocabularyTest, […]
Communities - Posted on Friday, May 20th, 2011
Edmodo offers a variety of webinars to help you learn new ways to use Edmodo in your classroom, school or district. The following is a schedule of webinars offered for the month of August. Please note that all times are listed in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC/GMT -4 hours). Introduction to Edmodo This introductory webinar is […]
News & Events - Posted on Monday, July 30th, 2012
As a math teacher, one of the biggest problems I face is student engagement and participation. There is no single formula for how my students learn, but thanks to Edmodo’s Small Groups and Co-Teacher features, I’ve discovered new ways to communicate with students, share resources, and encourage collaboration—within my own classroom and on a worldwide […]
It is interesting that we refer to digital connectivity and citizenship in the same breath. Schools have always played a part in helping young people gain understanding and find their place as citizens. Today more than ever, it appears that schools have the responsibility and task of training students for technology use. As a career […]
I thought I was pretty well connected with other educators in my district until Ms. Kaelin, physics teacher extraordinaire, walked into my classroom for our usual afternoon chat. She was super excited to tell me about a great LMS she had been introduced to – Edmodo. I was happy to hear the excitement in her […]
I believe many people think of using the Internet to collaborate with teachers in other countries around the world. I may do that someday, but there are just too few hours in the day to start that phase of my Edmodo progression. I’ve yet to leave the ‘safety’ of my school community, but even within […]
I have used Edmodo for over five years, and I know what a powerful tool it is for classroom management and blended learning. I have used every feature on Edmodo to its fullest extent, but I wanted to push myself and my students even further in creating a global classroom event. Last year, I used […]
The post that appeared one evening in the Edmodo group “Collaborize your class” looked innocent enough: a Greek high-school teacher wanted to find a partner for a project about human trafficking. The Mediterranean Sea is Europe’s southern border, and Italy and Greece are at the front line. My class of 16-year-olds specialising in ancient Latin […]