I’ve been using edmodo since mid-2009. Edmodo was a chance discovery for me – it was mentioned briefly on a list of edtech tools provided during a video conference. I was so excited to find edmodo because it provided me with just what I needed – a teacher & student friendly web-based tool that facilitated the sharing of resources. When I first started using edmodo they didn’t even have 500,000 users. Now they have over 5 million and it has been so exciting being a part of the continued development of this tool – my favourite web tool ever!
I’ve written HEAPS of posts about edmodo, and my edmodo posts continue to be the most popular posts on my blog. I’ve decided to put all of these posts on one page because I think it might help people new to edmodo and those wanting to see how it can be used in the classroom. So, I hope it helps!
This was my first EVER post about edmodo. It outlines my favourite features. Of course, edmodo has added heaps more features now, but these are still excellent features!
If I love edmodo so much, how do I use it? In this post I list a bunch of the ways that I use edmodo in my English classroom.
In July, 2011, I was lucky enough to win the edmodo featured blogger competition and was flown to Philadelphia, US to attend ISTE. As part of my role as featured blogger, I wrote a series of blog posts about how I use edmodo. They are all linked to this post:
This is a post about how edmodo connects educators together to create cool stff for students.
This is one of my most popular blog posts – it lists all of the ‘underground’ edmodo groups that teachers can join. There’s HEAPS more than this … but this is a start!
There are SOO many ways to use edmodo. In this post I try to outline all of the ways I use edmodo by catergorising them: resource sharing, collaboration, lessons, assessments and organisation.