Edmodo in the classroom

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Edmodo in the classroom

  1. 1. Edmodo in the Classroom Artful Artsy Amy artfulartsyamy.blogspot.com Edmodo is an online portal wherein you can host a virtual classroom. Edmodo has a “facebook-like” interface that makes it easy for student use. Additionally, Edmodo has incredible safety measures designed to keep students safe. When you create an online class, you are given a code. Only people who have that code may join your class, and you can view and/or delete any information a student creates. CCSD has already paid the license for you to have a Edmodo account; all you need is a the “join” code! To Join Edmodo (if you haven’t already): 1. Go to www.edmodo.com 2. Click on “I’m a Teacher” 3. You will need your school’s code (talk to your tech person) 4. Put in your name 5. Use your school email 6. Develop a password that you will remember 7. Agree to the privacy policy 8. Click on “Ok” 9. Congrats! You are an Edmodo Member! Setting Up Your Own Virtual Classroom 1. Look for the “Groups” bar (it is grey) 2. Click on the plus sign 3. Click on “Create” 4. Follow the prompts to create your own class Adding Documents to your Library 1. Click on the book icon on the top blue ribbon 2. Click on “folders” 3. Click on “New Folder” 4. Title your folder 5. Choose which of your groups will be able to view the contents of your folder 6. Click on the folder you just made 7. Click on “Add to Folder” 8. Click on “Upload Files” 9. Find your file 10. Click on “Add” Making a Quiz 1. Click on the class you have made 2. Click on “Quiz” (it is above the posting wall) 3. Follow the prompts to create the kind of quiz you want (it is really easy!) Creating an Assignment 1. Click on the class you have made 2. Click on “Assignment” (it is above the posting wall) 3. Follow the prompts to create your assignment (you can even upload documents to your assignment!) Helpful Edmodo Links 1. http://help.edmodo.com
  2. 2. 2. http://help.edmodo.com/teacher-rollout-resources/ 3. http://biepbl.blogspot.com/2011/12/how-does-edmodo-support-pbl.html 4. http://blog.edmodo.com/2010/11/23/we-asked-you-answered-15-more-brilliant-ways-to-use-edmodo/

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