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Edmodo is a free online educational classroom platform. It enables teachers to easily distribute assignments, notes, quizzes, tests, and messages to students and parents. The first step to getting started on Edmodo is creating an account.
How Parents Sign-up for Parent Accounts. ... Go to the Edmodo homepage on a web browser (you can also sign up with the Edmodo for Parents Android App and iOS Apps). ... You do not have to share a parent account with another parent, relative, or guardian. Multiple parent accounts can be set up for one student.
Students join a Class or Group when they create an account. Just go to www.edmodo.com, and go through the steps to sign up as a Student. As part of signing up, you will enter the Code, and when you're done signing up, you'll be in the Class or Group! In an approval queue? Don't worry, that just means the owner must approve your join request.
Logging Out of Edmodo. It's important to log out of Edmodo every time you are done using your account, particularly if you are using a shared device like a class set of iPads or the PCs in the Computer Lab at school. Here are instructions for logging out of Edmodo on different devices:
If you are a teacher or a parent, please see the teacher page or parent page for resetting your password. If you are a student, note...
Teacher Training. Find all the PD and self-guided materials you'll need to educate colleagues about Edmodo. Training Resources
Three easy ways to keep your students focused while taking advantage of downtime Maybe you’ve heard that NexxGen News has already debuted on Edmodo. Or that NexxGen News makes weekly episodes with student-focused news segments — like the recent college admissions scandal. (Or maybe you haven’t heard! That’s okay too.)
Resources by teachers, for teachers. No teacher is an island—find a community of peers that will support you when you need it most. Get inspired for your next lesson by exploring Discover, browsing Spotlight, or following hashtags on Edmodo.