Tag Archives: Edmodo
Edmodo is a social learning platform for the classroom that many teachers are using to engage students in learning within a collaborative environment. We have covered 7 Steps on How to Use Edmodo in a previous blog post. If you’re just getting started with Edmodo or looking for some more advanced options, here are three … Read more
Looking for a fun and appealing way to review and cover basic language and math skills with your early elementary students? We’re happy to announce the launch of our newest app called Handsprings, now available in both the Edmodo and iPad App Stores. Handsprings contains an animated story, poem, recipe, craft and extension activities all … Read more
Possibly the biggest challenge facing Hebrew Day Schools today is covering the breadth of the text of the Chumash while at the same time sufficiently drilling students on the grammar skills and vocabulary so as to make them independent learners. There simply isn’t enough classroom time in the day.
The best answer is to enable … Read more
We hope you enjoyed your much-deserved summer vacation. We realize you have been busy enjoying the sunshine, and may have missed some of our informative blog posts. Here, are our top 8 blog posts from the summer:
Visit this two-part blog posting where we answer the most … Read more
Teq recently published a Collapsibles app in the Edmodo App store. Collapsibles lets teachers or students create quizzes or study aids in a “collapsible” interface. It can be used for flashcard activities, essay question quizzes, and more. The structure lends itself to concepts that are sequential, layered, or progressive. Within each customizable section, the teacher … Read more
As you think about the new school year that is approaching, what do you want your classroom community to look like by the time it ends? Keeping the end in mind is a good instructional and planning practice, but can also be applied as we think about how how we want our classrooms to function … Read more
Giving students the right tools and opportunities to process their thinking, ask questions, brainstorm ideas, and present their work are all part of the learning process in an interactive classroom. Here are some tips and related tools to get you started.
1. Give students tools that help to build a classroom community.
As educators, we are always looking for creative and interactive ways to present new material. Teachers need up-to-date instructional techniques to keep their students engaged. A digital canvas is a valuable way to spark creativity, giving students and teachers the opportunity to put a personal spin on media rich presentations. buncee is a free, web-based … Read more