Give your students an enriching writing
experience through Edmodo.
Help students tap into individualism, build
self-esteem and measure how far they’ve
come during the school year with writing
• Class Blog
• “Flat Stanley”project
• “This I Believe” project
Edmodo provides students a platform for
sharing their writing with teachers, peers
1. Student writing projects
Help students understand key events
by reenacting them through role
Create student profiles for relevant
figures and integrate knowledge in
Inject life into old curriculum and
helps students develop the skills of
initiative, communication, problem-
solving, self-awareness, and working
cooperatively in teams.
2. Role Playing*
Encourage real-time discussions through
• Read alouds
• In-class movies
• Professional development events
Extend learning beyond the classroom
walls. (Backchannel during current events-
e.g. State of the Union, Elections,
breaking news stories, etc.)
•Mobile website and iPhone/Android
apps provide easy access to Edmodo
3. Backchannel Discussions
Spice up your foreign language
class by having students write and
respond to questions in Edmodo.
Encourages students to practice
their language skills through real
Create a co-classroom with other
students from across the globe to
help students learn from each
4. Language Practice
Help your students improve their
grammar and punctuation by
enforcing proper usage on Edmodo.
Require students to post in complete
words and sentence (i.e. “you” not
“u”, “I” not “i”).
Teach students proper use of social
media tools to help prepare them for
our connected world.
5. Grammar and Punctuation
Send a message to students and parents in
your class each week to keep them updated on
all of the events and achievements of your
Provides a way for parents to reach out to you
for one-on-one discussions.
6. Communicate with Parents*
Keep parents up-to-date on
classroom activities during the
semester through parent
accounts on Edmodo.
Encourage students to read and help
make their reading experience more
engaging with an Edmodo book club.
Host after school book clubs or
summer book clubs.
Facilitate discussions with writing
Connect with other classrooms
around the globe for book
7. Book Clubs*
Give your students an interactive
educational experience through mobile
Bring Edmodo on your next field
Post photos and create scavenger
hunt questions, polls or quiz
questions along the way.
Great for backchannel discussions
8. Mobile Learning
Edmodo is great for communicating
when you or one of your students
are absent from school.
Provide notes, assignments or other
updates to students who are absent.
Communicate updates or check in
with your your class if you are absent
9. Sick days & extended leave
Create a “teacher lounge” where
teachers within your school can
discuss ideas and share content.
Creates a casual environment where
online discussions can take place.
Share ideas, files and links between a
voluntary group of teachers.
Teachers can contribute on their own
10. Teacher Lounge
Whether you’re planning your
school play, the annual fundraiser
or next year’s curriculum, Edmodo
makes it easier through online
11. Planning Committees
Invite teachers, students, parents, or administrators
Share ideas and content with all group members.
Allows for ongoing dialogue at the convenience of
your group members.
Create a group on Edmodo to connect
with any tutors working with your
Allows you to communicate upcoming
assignments, quizzes or tests
Enables you and the tutor to share
ideas, content and advice to that will
further advance the learning potential of
Include parents in on the discussions
12. Tutor Connection
Take a project-based approached to learning by
creating Edmodo sub groups.
Students can collaborate and work towards
specific goals together in small groups.
The Edmodo platform allows for anytime,
anywhere communication between students.
All group information can be shared and stored
in Edmodo for easy access by all group
13. Project Based Learning*
Take reading to the next level by having
students critique each other.
Students can upload and listen to audio
files directly on Edmodo.
Promotes encouragement between
students in the classroom.
Helps improve listening skills
Not limited to reading, can also do art
critiques, writing critiques, etc.
14. Reading Critique
Connect your classroom with other
classrooms within your school or
around the globe.
Co-teachers can help grade
assignments, monitor discussions, and
post files or comments to the group.
Join an Edmodo subject area
community to connect with other
teachers around the globe.
16. “Sub Hub”
Provide your sub an easy
way to help manage
students and stay connected
Create a student account for your sub so they can
participate in your Edmodo class, without gaining
access to your account.
Allows you to communicate with your sub and
students, plus view all classroom activity, even
while you’re away.
17. Science Probes*
Engage your students through
science probes on Edmodo.
Post videos and other interactive to
Those students who are too shy to
raise their hand in class, usually feel
more comfortable communicating
Keep up with all your favorite blogs
Create an Edmodo group, retrieve
the RSS links for the blogs you like to
read and add them to the group.
Stay organized and up-to-date with
content being shared by bloggers in
18. RSS Feed
Edmodo is a great collaboration
tool for district wide clubs like
Robotics, Forensics, sports teams,
Use the calendar feature to mark
Notifications will help you update
the group on important messages .
Post results, pictures, etc. for the
group to view.
19. School Clubs
After the school year ends, keep in
touch with students and help them
stay connected with each other.
20. Alumni Groups
Create one alumni group for all
your classes to join
Distribute group code at the end
of the year
Join the 20 Ways to Use Edmodo group:
Group code: 61ulgl
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