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Edmodo for Professional Development

A training presentation that will educate staff on how to use Edmodo for professional development purposes.
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Michelle Zgombic

on 7 August 2013

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Transcript of Edmodo for Professional Development

Presentation by Michelle Zgombic Edmodo for Professional Development Remember this old lady? Let's explore it together with Edmodo! Time to move into the technological era- Edmodo is a social networking platform that our district will be using for professional development What is Edmodo? You may want to use Edmodo to: This is where you start in Edmodo... join a group by getting invited, then enter the group code to join Joining a Group Post messages to the group
Share resources with the group
Be part of the group community Create a network of professionals within Edmodo for... Creating a Group Committees
Workshops
Curriculum based
Grade level Find or create resources and share them with your groups Building a Library Websites
Technology Tools
Multimedia
Uploaded documents
Google docs (drive) Connect with professionals in other districts around the world! Joining a Community Browse communities
Find and save interesting resources
Share your own resources
Participate in posts
Follow communities you like Old Teacher- http://itmakessenseblog.com/2012/07/10/someone-tell-obama-and-the-socialists-democrats/teachers-dirty-look/
Video Games Guy- http://deirdre6705.blogspot.com/2010/04/video-games-in-education.html
Joining a Group- http://katrinasawa.com/2012/06/whats-up-with-all-the-mastermind-programs-out-there-and-why-should-i-consider-joining-one-myself-part-3.html
Creating a Group- http://code.flickr.com/blog/2012/05/24/group-apis/
Building a Library- http://pastorjeffcma.wordpress.com/2011/03/27/building-a-library-part-2/
Joining a Community- http://www.aganycap.org/community_service.asp
Hope for Edmodo- http://mrsgannon.wordpress.com/2012/02/20/edmodo-my-class-online/
The Happiness- http://travel-on-a-shoe-string.blogspot.com/2012/01/take-charge-of-your-own-happiness.html Image References: That all faculty will have a place to share ideas, gather resources, and enjoy participating in a professional community What is our hope? Go to wts.edmodo.com
Create an account by providing a user name and password
You may find it best to keep your educational passwords in one location (i.e. Google Doc)
If you already have Edmodo, go to the subdomain and just login
Join a group by typing a group code Our district has a subdomain, here's how to access it: That's it, you're in! Um... we don't want to be this guy either... We don't want to be like her... Where do we go from here? why? Don't worry, you'll like it and it's easy! Time to go play on the site, have fun! communicate with other faculty
join groups and communities
share professional resources
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