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A Guide to Getting Started With Edmodo

A Guide to Getting Started With Edmodo
Whether you’re new to Edmodo or you’ve been a part of community for some time, we want you to make the most your Edmodo experience. For those looking to learn how to use Edmodo over the summer, here is a guide to help you get started! Sign Up for an Intro Webinar If you just created an account, a great way to get started is to attend one of our bi-weekly webinars. Webinars are free and take place every Tuesday and Thursday – sign up here. If you cannot make it to a live session, you can always watch a recorded session. Getting Started If you’re anxious to get started right away, here are three things you should do after your create your free account: 1. Groups make it easy to distribute notes, assignments and quizzes, and provide a way for your students to communicate and collaborate. Ideas for Using Edmodo Once you have your groups set up and you know your way around Edmodo, check out some of the creative ways you can use Edmodo in the classroom: Here are 20 ways to use Edmodo.

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