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Category Archives: Edmodo
It is no secret that I love Edmodo. I personally think it is the best online learning management system out there. I mean it’s free, easy to use, pretty darn powerful and can be easily be deployed in elementary schools … Continue reading
The other day two teachers stopped by my room (independently of each other) with the exact same question. They have given assignments to their class and set a due date. However, some of their students have a different due date … Continue reading
I love Edmodo questions and this one comes from within my school so no fancy block quotes this week. A teacher asked me a pretty good question. How do you know what the parents see on Edmodo? Later that day my principal … Continue reading
image source: http://991.com/NewGallery/Billy-Crystal-You-Look-Marvelou-524011.jpg Photoshopped by Patrick Cauley One reason I really like Edmodo is their willingness to change and tinker with something that is already works so well. The latest update is a real doozy though. The design has changed, … Continue reading
I get lots of questions from all over the world about Edmodo. I am happy to receive and answer as many as I can. Most simply want some clarification on certain features while others are asking if something can be … Continue reading
I like Edmodo a whole lot but like everything in this crazy life there are some problems or shortcomings to everything and my favorite learning management system (or LMS) is no exception. I sure do wish Edmodo would drive me … Continue reading
I’ve been using Edmodo for a while now and really, really like it. I mean I’ve written about it on more than one occasion and have written a pretty lengthy and comprehensive guide (I’m in the process of updating by … Continue reading