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Edmodo: A free, secure social networking site for schools

Social learning network allows for communication and collaboration without compromising safety

Edmodo doesn't require any student eMails or information to register.

Teachers seeking online communication and collaboration opportunities with students and other educators have another free resource at their disposal: Edmodo, an education-based social networking site.

The social learning network for teachers, students, schools, and districts offers free classroom communication for teachers, students, and administrators on a secure social network. Professional development for teachers is another component.

Teachers and students can post classroom materials, share links and videos, and access homework, grades, and school notices within Edmodo, which stores and shares all forms of digital content—including blogs, links, pictures, video, documents, and presentations.

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Edmodo recently released new enhancements to its gradebook feature in response to teacher feedback.

“I think the real power of Edmodo is it’s completely based on teacher demand, and the way the service has evolved has been based on teachers requesting new features,” said Betsy Whalen, vice president of social media and marketing for Edmodo.

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  1. j.g.quarelli@maranausd.org

    December 16, 2010 at 2:24 pm

    I love it. My students love it. It is a great way to communicate and engage students in a medium they are all familiar with, and enhance their ability to move professionally through the social networking world they will encounter in a post-secondary environment.

  2. j.g.quarelli@maranausd.org

    December 16, 2010 at 2:24 pm

    I love it. My students love it. It is a great way to communicate and engage students in a medium they are all familiar with, and enhance their ability to move professionally through the social networking world they will encounter in a post-secondary environment.

  3. bfteach

    December 25, 2010 at 10:44 pm

    how do you get stubborn backwards schools invested in expensive sites like Blackboard to adopt this? i feel like a lone voice in the wilderness…

  4. bfteach

    December 25, 2010 at 10:44 pm

    how do you get stubborn backwards schools invested in expensive sites like Blackboard to adopt this? i feel like a lone voice in the wilderness…


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