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Free Technology for Teachers: Now You Can Add eduClipper to Edmodo

Free Technology for Teachers: Now You Can Add eduClipper to Edmodo | teaching with technology | Scoop.it

by Richard Byrne

 

"eduClipper, the social bookmarking service that I said teachers want Pinterest to be, can now be added to your Edmodo account and those of your students. The new eduClipper app for Edmodo lets you install eduClipper for all your students with the click of a button. Students can create content and share it with their peers and you.

"One of the things that makes eduClipper an excellent social bookmarking tool for students and teachers is the number of controls that teachers have over their students' accounts. Teachers can specify who students can share with and specify who can read their students bookmarks. These excellent settings are still in place in the eduClipper for Edmodo app."


Via Jim Lerman
Louise Robinson-Lay's insight:

Adding educlipper to edmodo makes it an even more powerful tool. Content can be shared more easily.

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Edmodo - Teacher Rollout Resources | Help Center

Edmodo - Teacher Rollout Resources | Help Center | teaching with technology | Scoop.it

"The following materials were created to support teachers who are preparing to rollout Edmodo in their classroom. The content below includes materials created by the Edmodo team as well as a selection of content created by educators"


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Students and Parents Debrief on Their First Social Media Summer Program

Students and Parents Debrief on Their First Social Media Summer Program | teaching with technology | Scoop.it

Edutopia blogger Andy Marcinek confronts five myths about 1:1 learning environments and dispels them with experiential evidence.


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