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  • Set up your profile
  • Create Edmodo groups
  • Edmodo online safety
  • Post on the Edmodo Wall
  • Edit and develop assignments
  • Use the Edmodo Gradebook

As classrooms make the push toward a paperless environment, Edmodo provides you with an easy-to-use system to manage your classes, and creates an opportunity for you to participate in and create a space for your own personal learning network.

A practical, guided instructional set to implement the full capabilities of Edmodo in a more engaging and connected online classroom environment. Whether you are a new or veteran Edmodo user, this guide will provide the instructions necessary to navigate the simplest and most advanced features of this system.

You will learn how to turn your classroom into a paperless environment that can be managed from anywhere and at anytime. The space that you create for your students on Edmodo will provide you and your students with the ability to access class content and engage in online discussions long after the bell rings.

Instant Edmodo How-to will help you establish a more connected classroom that links your face-to-face environment with a more global personal learning network that challenges you to grow as an educator.

  • Learn something new in an Instant! A short, fast, focused guide delivering immediate results
  • Effortlessly turn your classroom into a paperless environment
  • Discover how to connect to colleagues from around the globe
  • Learn the tips and tricks to successfully use all of the features of Edmodo
Page Count 50
Course Length 1 hours 30 minutes
ISBN 9781849697316
Date Of Publication 20 Jun 2013


Dayna Laur

Dayna Laur is a veteran high school social studies teacher of 14 years where she has implemented numerous authentic learning experiences in her co-taught special education classes, advanced placement courses, and mainstream social studies classes. During her teaching tenure she has been featured in Edutopia's Schools That Work series and as a model teacher for authentic learning as produced by the National Institute for Professional Practice. She currently serves as a Senior National Faculty member for the Buck Institute for Education and travels nationally to train teachers on effective implementation of project-based learning. She has a BA in History from VA Tech, a MEd in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Pittsburgh, and a MSEd in 21st Century Teaching and Learning from Wilkes University. She is also a two-time National Board Certified teacher. She has written articles that have appeared in Tech-Edge and EARCOS Journal. She has a full-length publication entitled Authentic Learning Experiences: A Real-World Approach to Project Based Learning. In addition to authentic learning experiences, Dayna's educational interests include the implementation of the Common Core Standards and technology integration. You can follow her on Twitter @daylynn. This is her first book with Packt Publishing.