Edmodo Blog / Posts tagged "Project Based Learning"
Creating “small groups” within your main Edmodo group is a great way to help manage and organize your classroom activities. There are two ways that small groups can be used in Edmodo. We’ve outlined both below and highlighted some example uses for each. We’ve also included a few images in a slideshow at the end […]
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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 […]
Making true connections between Project Based Learning (PBL) and math is a challenge for me. As a teacher at a first year STEAM school implementing PBL, I am constantly trying to find ways to integrate my projects in my math classes. There are superficial ways to do this, but as a math teacher, I wanted […]