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  • Edmodo at NBES

    1. 1. Lisa Wilson, New Buffalo Elementary 5th Grade
    2. 2. Course Management for NBES Lisa Wilson, New Buffalo Elementary 5th Grade
    3. 3. Course Management for NBES Lisa Wilson, New Buffalo Elementary 5th Grade
    4. 4. Course Management for NBES Taking to the next level Lisa Wilson, New Buffalo Elementary 5th Grade
    5. 5. Moving Forward
    6. 6. Moving Forward
    7. 7. Moving Forward
    8. 8. Moving Forward Go beyond PowerSchool’s online gradebook
    9. 9. Moving Forward Go beyond PowerSchool’s online gradebook Staff Edmodo Classroom Edmodos
    10. 10. Moving Forward Go beyond PowerSchool’s online gradebook Staff Edmodo Classroom Edmodos
    11. 11. Moving Forward Go beyond PowerSchool’s online gradebook Staff Edmodo Classroom Edmodos Become leaders in 21st century blended instruction
    12. 12. Benefits of CMS
    13. 13. Benefits of CMSExtended school day at noadditional cost
    14. 14. Benefits of CMSExtended school day at noadditional costFacilitates small-groupcollaboration, creativity,problem-solving, andcommunication (Young, Birtolo,& McElman, 2009)
    15. 15. Benefits of CMSExtended school day at noadditional costFacilitates small-groupcollaboration, creativity,problem-solving, andcommunication (Young, Birtolo,& McElman, 2009)Supports a variety oflearning styles
    16. 16. Benefits of CMSExtended school day at noadditional costFacilitates small-groupcollaboration, creativity,problem-solving, andcommunication (Young, Birtolo,& McElman, 2009)Supports a variety oflearning stylesIncreased motivation,engagement, and participation
    17. 17. Benefits of CMSExtended school day at noadditional costFacilitates small-groupcollaboration, creativity,problem-solving, andcommunication (Young, Birtolo,& McElman, 2009)Supports a variety oflearning stylesIncreased motivation,engagement, and participationMultimedia materials easilyembedded
    18. 18. Benefits of CMSExtended school day at noadditional costFacilitates small-groupcollaboration, creativity,problem-solving, andcommunication (Young, Birtolo,& McElman, 2009)Supports a variety oflearning stylesIncreased motivation,engagement, and participationMultimedia materials easilyembeddedLess paper waste
    19. 19. Benefits of CMSExtended school day at no Keeps students organized;additional cost assignments, quizzes, polls, announcements, calendars,Facilitates small-group and discussions are in onecollaboration, creativity, place (Hargis & Schofield,problem-solving, and 2007)communication (Young, Birtolo,& McElman, 2009)Supports a variety oflearning stylesIncreased motivation,engagement, and participationMultimedia materials easilyembeddedLess paper waste
    20. 20. Benefits of CMSExtended school day at no Keeps students organized;additional cost assignments, quizzes, polls, announcements, calendars,Facilitates small-group and discussions are in onecollaboration, creativity, place (Hargis & Schofield,problem-solving, and 2007)communication (Young, Birtolo,& McElman, 2009) Access to a wide variety of content-based resourcesSupports a variety oflearning stylesIncreased motivation,engagement, and participationMultimedia materials easilyembeddedLess paper waste
    21. 21. Benefits of CMSExtended school day at no Keeps students organized;additional cost assignments, quizzes, polls, announcements, calendars,Facilitates small-group and discussions are in onecollaboration, creativity, place (Hargis & Schofield,problem-solving, and 2007)communication (Young, Birtolo,& McElman, 2009) Access to a wide variety of content-based resourcesSupports a variety oflearning styles Web 2.0 fosters 21st century skillsIncreased motivation,engagement, and participationMultimedia materials easilyembeddedLess paper waste
    22. 22. “We must commit ourselves to make education as engaging, interactive, andparticipatory as the immersive video games students spend hours mastering” (Young,Birtolo, & McElman, 2009).
    23. 23. Edmodo in the Classroom“We must commit ourselves to make education as engaging, interactive, andparticipatory as the immersive video games students spend hours mastering” (Young,Birtolo, & McElman, 2009).
    24. 24. Edmodo in the Classroom“We must commit ourselves to make education as engaging, interactive, andparticipatory as the immersive video games students spend hours mastering” (Young,Birtolo, & McElman, 2009).
    25. 25. Edmodo in the Classroom“We must commit ourselves to make education as engaging, interactive, andparticipatory as the immersive video games students spend hours mastering” (Young,Birtolo, & McElman, 2009). Free/open source
    26. 26. Edmodo in the Classroom“We must commit ourselves to make education as engaging, interactive, andparticipatory as the immersive video games students spend hours mastering” (Young,Birtolo, & McElman, 2009). Free/open source Safe (Edmodo, 2011) Closed environment Privacy protected No direct messaging between students Teacher has full management control
    27. 27. Edmodo in the Classroom“We must commit ourselves to make education as engaging, interactive, andparticipatory as the immersive video games students spend hours mastering” (Young,Birtolo, & McElman, 2009). Free/open source Safe (Edmodo, 2011) Closed environment Privacy protected No direct messaging between students Teacher has full management control Social networking with a purpose
    28. 28. Edmodo in the Classroom“We must commit ourselves to make education as engaging, interactive, andparticipatory as the immersive video games students spend hours mastering” (Young,Birtolo, & McElman, 2009). Free/open source Safe (Edmodo, 2011) Closed environment Privacy protected No direct messaging between students Teacher has full management control Social networking with a purpose Benefits teachers, students, and parents
    29. 29. Edmodo in Action
    30. 30. Edmodo in Action
    31. 31. Edmodo in Action
    32. 32. (Edmodo, 2011)
    33. 33. (Edmodo, 2011)
    34. 34. (Edmodo, 2011)
    35. 35. (Edmodo, 2011)
    36. 36. (Edmodo, 2011)
    37. 37. (Edmodo, 2011)
    38. 38. Challenges Challenged
    39. 39. Challenges ChallengedHome computer/Internet availability
    40. 40. Challenges ChallengedHome computer/Internet availabilityTeacher training
    41. 41. Challenges ChallengedHome computer/Internet availabilityTeacher training
    42. 42. Challenges ChallengedHome computer/Internet availabilityTeacher trainingStudent training
    43. 43. Challenges ChallengedHome computer/Internet availabilityTeacher trainingStudent trainingParent buy-in
    44. 44. Challenges ChallengedHome computer/Internet availabilityTeacher trainingStudent trainingParent buy-in
    45. 45. Challenges ChallengedHome computer/Internet availabilityTeacher trainingStudent trainingParent buy-in
    46. 46. Challenges ChallengedHome computer/ B.A.S.E. computer use,Internet availability Lab timeTeacher trainingStudent trainingParent buy-in
    47. 47. Challenges ChallengedHome computer/ B.A.S.E. computer use,Internet availability Lab timeTeacher training Edmodo webinars/ resources, training sessions, PLC timeStudent trainingParent buy-in
    48. 48. Challenges ChallengedHome computer/ B.A.S.E. computer use,Internet availability Lab timeTeacher training Edmodo webinars/ resources, training sessions, PLC timeStudent training Lab time, video/links posted to EdmodoParent buy-in
    49. 49. Challenges ChallengedHome computer/ B.A.S.E. computer use,Internet availability Lab timeTeacher training Edmodo webinars/ resources, training sessions, PLC timeStudent training Lab time, video/links posted to EdmodoParent buy-in Info night, demo, letter
    50. 50. Next Steps
    51. 51. Next StepsAdmin approval
    52. 52. Next StepsAdmin approvalStaff training anddiscussion
    53. 53. Next StepsAdmin approvalStaff training anddiscussionStakeholder education(ongoing)
    54. 54. Next StepsAdmin approvalStaff training anddiscussionStakeholder education(ongoing)CMS set-up & launch
    55. 55. Next StepsAdmin approvalStaff training and What changes mightdiscussion be necessary before implementation ofStakeholder education Edmodo course(ongoing) management?CMS set-up & launch
    56. 56. ReferencesEdmodo (2011). Teacher Training Presentation [PowerPoint slides]. Retrived from http://help.edmodo.com/school-district/Hargis, J., & Schofield, K. (2007). Integrating online learning into elementary classrooms. In R. Blomeyer, & C. Cavanaugh (Eds.), What works in K–12 online learning (pp. 33–47). Eugene, OR: International Society for Technology in Education.Young, J., Birtolo, P., & McElman, R. (2009). Virtual success: Transforming education through online learning. Learning & Leading With Technology, 36(5), 12–17.

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