Edmodo Tutorial



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  1. Edmodo

    Slide 1 - Edmodo

    • Nicole Lewis
    • Matthew Surdel
  2. Creating a Teacher Account

    Slide 2 - Creating a Teacher Account

    • Step One: Go to from your favorite internet browser.
    • Step Two: Locate section on the right half of the screen that says “get secure teacher account”.
    • Step Three: Enter email address and choose your password.
    • Step Four: Click “Sign up for free”.
  3. Creating a Teacher Account

    Slide 3 - Creating a Teacher Account

    • Step Five: Set your school
    • Step Six: Add your information
    • Full name
    • Grade you teach
    • Subject Area
    • Upload Photo
    • Step Seven: Click “set up classroom”
  4. Creating an Account Video Walkthrough

    Slide 4 - Creating an Account Video Walkthrough

  5. The Teacher’s Edmodo Homepage

    Slide 5 - The Teacher’s Edmodo Homepage

    • List of teacher’s classes
    • Store content for class
    • Post Notes, Alerts, Assignments, Quizzes, Polls, and Snapshots
    • Planner and Calendar
    • Connect with other teachers
  6. Homepage Video

    Slide 6 - Homepage Video

  7. Creating Groups

    Slide 7 - Creating Groups

    • Click on the “+”
    • Teachers can create different groups for their classes, clubs, subject areas, etc.
    • This allows the teacher to place the desired students into the desired groups.
    • Press “Create”.
  8. Creating Groups

    Slide 8 - Creating Groups

    • Fill out the required information for your desired group.
    • Group Name
    • Grade Range
    • Subject Area
    • Press “Create”
  9. Creating Groups

    Slide 9 - Creating Groups

    • Select the ranges of expected students.
    • Make a description for the class.
    • Click Finish.
  10. Engaging Students

    Slide 10 - Engaging Students

    • Notes- Notes can help posted with additions of links and files to start a new conversation.
    • Polls- Can be sent out to the class to quickly gather information.
    • Alerts- Send Reminders to class quickly.
  11. Creating a Poll Video Walkthrough

    Slide 11 - Creating a Poll Video Walkthrough

  12. Supplement Instructions

    Slide 12 - Supplement Instructions

    • Assignments- Assign assignments with due dates that students can do at home and upload to Edmodo.
    • Quizzes- Assign quizzes with due dates for students to do at home.
  13. Creating a Quiz Video Walkthrough

    Slide 13 - Creating a Quiz Video Walkthrough

  14. Teacher Tools

    Slide 14 - Teacher Tools

    • Planner- Electronic planner to help you keep track of important dates and lesson plans.
    • Library- Store unlimited files, pictures, and links that students can access.
    • Community- Search for lesson plans, talk to other teachers, collaborate.
  15. Digital Citizenship

    Slide 15 - Digital Citizenship

    • Edmodo can help students become good digital citizens.
    • Edmodo can allow the students to practice in a safe social networking environment.
  16. Online Privacy

    Slide 16 - Online Privacy

    • Teachers can allow students to practice online privacy techniques.
    • Creating/Maintaining secure passwords.
    • Making sure to log off when done.
    • Not sharing personal information.
  17. Online Safety

    Slide 17 - Online Safety

    • Students can learn what they should and should not post onto the internet.
    • Students will be able to learn how to handle negative situations in a safe environment.
  18. Edmodo Assists Safety

    Slide 18 - Edmodo Assists Safety

    • Edmodo is a closed environment.
    • No private information required from students.
    • Students can only join through an invitations by the teacher.
    • All communication is archived for everyone’s safety.
    • The teacher has full control.
  19. Online Etiquette

    Slide 19 - Online Etiquette

    • Students can receive firsthand experience interacting with others in a safe online environment.
    • Students can learn appropriate ways of “talking” via online communication
    • OMG, TTYL, TL:DR, etc.
    • Students can learn that even online they should treat others the way they would like to be treated.
  20. Question 1

    Slide 20 - Question 1

  21. Question 2

    Slide 21 - Question 2

  22. Question 3

    Slide 22 - Question 3

  23. Question 4

    Slide 23 - Question 4