Edmodo training 3 - groups


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Edmodo training 3 - groups

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  2. 2. 2 Groups – Create a Group• Groups make it easy for teachers/students to communicate and collaborate with one another. Click to• To create a group, select the Create Group “create” link in the left panel of your Edmodo homepage.
  3. 3. 3 Groups – Create a Group• A pop up window will appear where you can name your group and provide the details of your group (grade and subject area).• Once your details are complete, click the “create” button and Edmodo will display a 6-digit group code.• This is the invitation code you will need to provide your students with to enable them to join your group.• Your group will now appear in the left-hand navigation bar of your home page.
  4. 4. 4 Join Group URL• You can also invite others to join your group without giving away the group code by using the “Request To Join URL”, located below the group code.• When you select the “Request To Join URL”, a unique, auto generated URL will be generated. You can distribute this URL to people and when selected, the person will have the option to send you a request to join.• You will then receive a notification and can approve or deny the person’s request to join that group.
  5. 5. 5 Manage Your Group – Lock/Reset• Select the drop down arrow to the right of the group code to reset or lock the code.• The reset option will generate a new 6-digit group code.• The lock option will lock the group, so that no other members can join.
  6. 6. 6Manage Your Group – Group SettingsOn the settings page, you can:• Rename a group• Change the group’s designated grade level and subject matter• Archive the group- At the end of the class, semester or year, you may want to archive your groups. This renders the group inactive, but still allows you to view all communications from that group.• Delete the group – You also have the option to delete the group. This will permanently delete the group and all its contents from Edmodo.
  7. 7. 7Manage Your Group – Group SettingsAlso in the settings panel are the“Advanced Settings” option:• Default all new members to read- only. Selecting this option means that new members will not be able to post to the entire group, they can only post messages directly to the group owner/teacher.• Moderate all posts and replies. Selecting this option requires the group owner to approve all posts and replies made by group members, before they can be published to the group stream.
  8. 8. 8 Manage Members• To manage the members of your group, select the “Manage” link located in the Members section of your Edmodo homepage (on the right panel).• On the right panel you will see the option to set all members to read-only status, download all parent codes and view who has recently joining the group.
  9. 9. 9 Manage MembersBy selecting a member of the group, you will be able to take the following actions fromthe right panel:• Delete that member from the group by selecting the “Remove from Group” button.• Award that member a badge by selecting the “Award Badge” button.• Change the member’s password by selecting “Change Password”• Retrieve the parent code for that member by selecting “Parent code”• Put that member in read-only mode by selecting it from the access drop down menu.• View the members profile or grades by selecting the appropriate quick link from the right panel.• You can search for members in your group by using the search box in the upper right corner of the Manage Members page.
  10. 10. 10 Create Small Groups• Teachers can create small groups within any group they own. To create a small group, select the “Manage” link from the Members section on the right panel of your Edmodo homepage.• Once you are on the Manage Members page, select the “Create Small Group” link on the left side of the page. Enter a small group name, and click “Create”• Any member of a small group may post a message to the group just as they would post messages to regular groups. Teachers can post alerts, assignments and polls to small groups, and include parents in posted messages.
  11. 11. 11Add/Remove Members to Small GroupThe next step is to add members to your small group.• From the “Available Members” list, select any members that you would like in the small group.• Click the “>>” button to put the selected available members into your new small group. These members will be notified by an Edmodo system message that you have added them to the small group.• Likewise, you may select members from your new small group and click the “<<” button
  12. 12. 12 “Read-Only” Status• Teachers have the option to place their group members in “read-only” status.• Group member can read posts within the group, but cannot post a message to the entire group.• When in read-only status, group member can still send direct messages to the teacher/group owner.• To put a group member in read-only status, select the “Manage” link from the right panel. On the right panel of the Manage page you will see the option to set all members to read-only status. Read- Only
  13. 13. 13 Task 3 – Create a Group1. Proceed to create a group of your choice. You may want to create your dept or subject areas. Add members to it (You may invite your colleagues into the group by letting them know your code or URL)2. Within the Group that you have created, create a small group and add members in.