Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Join EdmodoCon 2013 to Hear Stories of Edmodo

Retrieved Aug. 7, 2013 from here
Edmodo is a social learning network and secure microblogging platform where teachers and students can interact and collaborate online. It has an interface similar to Facebook, however it is much more secure since it is a closed network. Both teachers and students can share notes, links, files and resources with each other. In addition to this, teachers have the ability to post alerts, assignments, grades, reminders, conduct a poll and share events. Students have the ability to participate in online discussions on the message board, submit homework, view grades, and communicate with their teacher. Also, transmission is fast, and it saves paper (Jeff O'Hara - See more here). To hear more stories about using Edmodo in classrooms from all over the world, please register for EdmodoCon 2013 today. It is never too late to participate and share tweets using #edmodocon. Sessions are running now. Enjoy your time! If you can't attend this conference, all the sessions are recorded and will be uploaded to the website soon.





You can view the recoded sessions now:
  1. Opening Keynote, Nic Borg  
  2. A Call for Educators to Lean In, Sheryl Sandberg
  3. Meeting Common Core Standards with Edmodo, Stibaly Johnson 
  4. Connect! Rigorous STEM Learning in Edmodo, Kim McMonagle 
  5. Access, Engagement, and Equality with Edmodo, Patrick Fogarty 
  6. Classroom Gymnastics: Flipping, BYOD, & Blended Learning with Edmodo, Kate Baker, Liz Calderwood 
  7. The Global Read Aloud - How Edmodo Helped Connect 30,000 Students, Pernille Ripp 
  8. Edmodie Awards Announcement, Crystal Hutter 
  9. How to Enhance Your Edmodo Experience, Kevyn Klein 
  10. Digital Citizenship with Edmodo, Christine Baker 
  11. Facilitating Project Based Learning, Bijal Damani 
  12. Building Student Leadership Capacity, Anna Davila 
  13. Flattening the Classroom with Edmodo, Elissa Malespina, Melissa Butler 
  14. Rethinking Collaboration in the 21st Century, Denise Yamashita  

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