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Melinda Pierce, an 8th grade English teacher from Palm Beach schools, presents how she uses Edmodo + Subtext in her classroom. Companion video can be found at https://vimeo.com/58598561

Melinda Pierce, an 8th grade English teacher from Palm Beach schools, presents how she uses Edmodo + Subtext in her classroom. Companion video can be found at https://vimeo.com/58598561

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  • 1. Language Arts in the Age of Technology! Subtext and Edmodo in the ClassroomWednesday, January 30, 13
  • 2. Top 4 Ways I Use EdmodoWednesday, January 30, 13
  • 3. Top 4 Ways I Use Edmodo 1) Library 2) Share feeds 3) Gradebook 4) AppsWednesday, January 30, 13
  • 4. Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 5. Edmodo Apps help with planning & Common CoreWednesday, January 30, 13
  • 6. Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 7. Bring literature to life with SubtextWednesday, January 30, 13
  • 8. Why Subtext?Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 9. Why Subtext? • Critical reading & analysis • Individualized thinking • Fiction + non- fiction • Common Core RL, RI, WritingWednesday, January 30, 13
  • 10. Increase students motivation! Computers, IPads, and smartphones, Oh My!Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 11. My students using Subtext + Edmodo See Video at https://vimeo.com/58598561Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 12. Install, Login, ShareWednesday, January 30, 13
  • 13. Students engage on EdmodoWednesday, January 30, 13
  • 14. Get students to respond to literature using critical thinking skills more naturally All good readers do these things!Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 15. Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 16. It is easy to see students participation.Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 17. Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 18. Students who are shy in class respond online!Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 19. Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 20. Subtext lets me pull related web articles right onto my shelf.Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 21. Either from my IPad or on my computer Subtext lets me pull related web articles right onto my shelf.Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 22. Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 23. Put great research sites at students fingertips.Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 24. Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 25. Sharing with students is a snap.Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 26. Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 27. Differentiated instruction made easy with Subtext groups.Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 28. Add ancillary materials for advanced learners... Differentiated instruction made easy with Subtext groups.Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 29. Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 30. Subtext sees your Edmodo groups automatically!Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 31. Students can make predictions while they read in Subtext!Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 32. You can teach concepts and focus attention on details they may overlook.Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 33. I keep my students engaged with new material even when Im not available to post!Wednesday, January 30, 13
  • 34. I can more fully engage my students! Thank you Subtext & EdmodoWednesday, January 30, 13
  • 35. Melinda Pierce (Palm Beach Schools) edmodo.com/mlp66 melinda.pierce@palmbeachschools.org Heidi Perry (Subtext @ booth 1312) edmodo.com/heidiperry heidi@subtext.com Get Subtext bit.ly/GetSubtext Follow Subtext edmodo.com/publisher/subtext Thank you Subtext & EdmodoWednesday, January 30, 13
  • 36. Appendix: More About SubtextWednesday, January 30, 13
  • 37. Subtext was Built for K12 ClassroomsWednesday, January 30, 13
  • 38. Flexible, Easy-to-Add Teacher PromptsWednesday, January 30, 13
  • 39. Use Quizzes for AssessmentWednesday, January 30, 13
  • 40. Track Reading Progress Tap student profile pictures to see a breakdown of their activity and access their notes Get an overview of what page everyone in your group is on See a summary of group activity in the last 24 hoursWednesday, January 30, 13
  • 41. Subtext & Common Core Standards How Subtext aligns to the Common Core Common Core Requirement Teacher Pain-Point Subtext Solution Students should be reading Searchable book lists & Choosing appropriate texts at higher lexile levels recommendation system • Notes linked to text • Supports reading, analysis • Providing the right tools & & writing loop Emphasis on close reading, lessons critical thinking & writing • Getting comfortable teaching • Access to lesson plans, to new guidelines curriculum, assessments • Teacher community/ knowledge sharing • Choosing appropriate texts • Access to web content More non-fiction & informational texts • Creating lessons that • Opportunity for content combine fiction & non-fiction bundling & crosslinkingWednesday, January 30, 13