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Learn more about how to manage the members of your class.. Learn more about badges.. Click "Classes" to navigate tothe Class Management Page. After exploring the page, click on the items listed in the side panel to navigate to folders, members, and the small groups of this class.. After exploring the page, click on "Posts" to return to the Class stream or click on the small groups to continue navigating.. Learn more about Progress.. Learn more about Messages.. Learn more aboutWhat's Due.. Learn more about Library.. After exploring the page, click on the items listed in the side panel to navigate to folders, members, and the small groups of this class.. After exploring the page, click on the items listed in the side panel to navigate to folders, members, and the small groups of this class.. After exploring the page, click on the items listed in the side panel to navigate to folders, members, and the small groups of this class.. After exploring the page, click on the items listed in the side panel to navigate to folders, members, and the small groups of this class.. After exploring the page, click on the items listed in the side panel to navigate to folders, members, and the small groups of this class.. After exploring the page, click on the items listed in the side panel to navigate to folders, members, and the small groups of this class.. After exploring the page, click on the items listed in the side panel to navigate to folders, members, and the small groups of this class.. Click on "Grades" to switch to scoring view.. Click on items in the Navigation Bar to navigate to other areas of Edmodo.. Click on items in the Navigation Bar to navigate to other areas of Edmodo.. Click on items in the Navigation Bar to navigate to other areas of Edmodo.. After exploring the page, click on the items listed in the side panel to navigate to folders, members, and the small groups of this class.. Creating Quizzes and Assignments It's easy to get started creating Quizzes and Assignmentsfor your Classes by clicking on the blue plus (+) button. Quiz and Assignment Posts will show up in the Class/Group members' Group or ClassStreamand will automatically be added to the members' Planners. The Class/Group members can easily turn in the assignment right in Edmodo. To learn more about creating a Quiz, read this Help Center article.To learn more about creating an Assignment, read this Help Center article.Loading a Previously Created Quiz or AssignmentOnce you have created a Quiz or Assignment and it has posted to a Class or Group, it will be stored in Edmodo and you can easily distribute the Quiz or Assignment at any time to any of your Groups or Classes by clicking on the blue plus (+) button.. Watch this short video to learn about managing class members' accounts.. A list of all the small groups of which the student is a member.. Name of student's parent. Managing Members. View archived classes or reorder the classes on this page.. Click on the blue plus (+) button to create or join a class.. Quickly access a list of your classes by clicking on "Your Classes.". Discover is a space on Edmodo where teachers and students can find free, high-quality educational resources such as activities, apps, and games that are shared by the Edmodo teacher community and our trusted education partners.Teacher Example:. Discover is a space on Edmodo where teachers and students can find free, high-quality educational resources such as activities, apps, and games that are shared by the Edmodo teacher community and our trusted education partners.Teacher Example:. Discover is a space on Edmodo where teachers and students can find free, high-quality educational resources such as activities, apps, and games that are shared by the Edmodo teacher community and our trusted education partners.Teacher Example:. Discover is a space on Edmodo where teachers and students can find free, high-quality educational resources such as activities, apps, and games that are shared by the Edmodo teacher community and our trusted education partners.Teacher Example:. Discover is a space on Edmodo where teachers and students can find free, high-quality educational resources such as activities, apps, and games that are shared by the Edmodo teacher community and our trusted education partners.Teacher Example:. Discover is a space on Edmodo where teachers and students can find free, high-quality educational resources such as activities, apps, and games that are shared by the Edmodo teacher community and our trusted education partners.Teacher Example:. Discover is a space on Edmodo where teachers and students can find free, high-quality educational resources such as activities, apps, and games that are shared by the Edmodo teacher community and our trusted education partners.Teacher Example:. Discover is a space on Edmodo where teachers and students can find free, high-quality educational resources such as activities, apps, and games that are shared by the Edmodo teacher community and our trusted education partners.Teacher Example:. Discover is a space on Edmodo where teachers and students can find free, high-quality educational resources such as activities, apps, and games that are shared by the Edmodo teacher community and our trusted education partners.Teacher Example:. Discover is a space on Edmodo where teachers and students can find free, high-quality educational resources such as activities, apps, and games that are shared by the Edmodo teacher community and our trusted education partners.Teacher Example:. Discover is a space on Edmodo where teachers and students can find free, high-quality educational resources such as activities, apps, and games that are shared by the Edmodo teacher community and our trusted education partners.Teacher Example:. Discover is a space on Edmodo where teachers and students can find free, high-quality educational resources such as activities, apps, and games that are shared by the Edmodo teacher community and our trusted education partners.Teacher Example:. Discover is a space on Edmodo where teachers and students can find free, high-quality educational resources such as activities, apps, and games that are shared by the Edmodo teacher community and our trusted education partners.Teacher Example:. Discover is a space on Edmodo where teachers and students can find free, high-quality educational resources such as activities, apps, and games that are shared by the Edmodo teacher community and our trusted education partners.Teacher Example:. Discover is a space on Edmodo where teachers and students can find free, high-quality educational resources such as activities, apps, and games that are shared by the Edmodo teacher community and our trusted education partners.Teacher Example:. Discover is a space on Edmodo where teachers and students can find free, high-quality educational resources such as activities, apps, and games that are shared by the Edmodo teacher community and our trusted education partners.Teacher Example:. Discover is a space on Edmodo where teachers and students can find free, high-quality educational resources such as activities, apps, and games that are shared by the Edmodo teacher community and our trusted education partners.Teacher Example:. Quizzes and Assignments for Small GroupsJust as you can for your main class, you can create or load quizzes and assignments for small groups by clicking on the blue plus (+) button. The quiz or assignment will only be given to those students who are a member of the small group in which it is assigned.To learn more about creating a Quiz, read this Help Center article.To learn more about creating an Assignment, read this Help Center article.. Quizzes and Assignments for Small GroupsJust as you can for your main class, you can create or load quizzes and assignments for small groups by clicking on the blue plus (+) button. The quiz or assignment will only be given to those students who are a member of the small group in which it is assigned.To learn more about creating a Quiz, read this Help Center article.To learn more about creating an Assignment, read this Help Center article.. Quizzes and Assignments for Small GroupsJust as you can for your main class, you can create or load quizzes and assignments for small groups by clicking on the blue plus (+) button. The quiz or assignment will only be given to those students who are a member of the small group in which it is assigned.To learn more about creating a Quiz, read this Help Center article.To learn more about creating an Assignment, read this Help Center article.. Quizzes and Assignments for Small GroupsJust as you can for your main class, you can create or load quizzes and assignments for small groups by clicking on the blue plus (+) button. The quiz or assignment will only be given to those students who are a member of the small group in which it is assigned.To learn more about creating a Quiz, read this Help Center article.To learn more about creating an Assignment, read this Help Center article.. Quizzes and Assignments for Small GroupsJust as you can for your main class, you can create or load quizzes and assignments for small groups by clicking on the blue plus (+) button. The quiz or assignment will only be given to those students who are a member of the small group in which it is assigned.To learn more about creating a Quiz, read this Help Center article.To learn more about creating an Assignment, read this Help Center article.. Quizzes and Assignments for Small GroupsJust as you can for your main class, you can create or load quizzes and assignments for small groups by clicking on the blue plus (+) button. The quiz or assignment will only be given to those students who are a member of the small group in which it is assigned.To learn more about creating a Quiz, read this Help Center article.To learn more about creating an Assignment, read this Help Center article.. Discover is a space on Edmodo where teachers and students can find free, high-quality educational resources such as activities, apps, and games that are shared by the Edmodo teacher community and our trusted education partners.Teacher Example:. Access Small Group options by clicking on the ellipsis (...) icon.Here you can default all new members to read-only and add a description, as well as rename, archive, or delete the small group.. Access Small Group options by clicking on the ellipsis (...) icon.Here you can default all new members to read-only and add a description, as well as rename, archive, or delete the small group.. Access Small Group options by clicking on the ellipsis (...) icon.Here you can default all new members to read-only and add a description, as well as rename, archive, or delete the small group.. Access Small Group options by clicking on the ellipsis (...) icon.Here you can default all new members to read-only and add a description, as well as rename, archive, or delete the small group.. Access Small Group options by clicking on the ellipsis (...) icon.Here you can default all new members to read-only and add a description, as well as rename, archive, or delete the small group.. Access Small Group options by clicking on the ellipsis (...) icon.Here you can default all new members to read-only and add a description, as well as rename, archive, or delete the small group.. Your Class/Group Code is the key for members to join your classes or groups or create an account. Providing students or teachers the Code is the easiest way to have them join your Class/Group.In addition to having others join your Class/Group with a Code, you can send invitations via email.. Your Class/Group Code is the key for members to join your classes or groups or create an account. Providing students or teachers the Code is the easiest way to have them join your Class/Group.In addition to having others join your Class/Group with a Code, you can send invitations via email.. Your Class/Group Code is the key for members to join your classes or groups or create an account. Providing students or teachers the Code is the easiest way to have them join your Class/Group.In addition to having others join your Class/Group with a Code, you can send invitations via email.. Your Class/Group Code is the key for members to join your classes or groups or create an account. Providing students or teachers the Code is the easiest way to have them join your Class/Group.In addition to having others join your Class/Group with a Code, you can send invitations via email.. Your Class/Group Code is the key for members to join your classes or groups or create an account. Providing students or teachers the Code is the easiest way to have them join your Class/Group.Here is some key information about Codes:Unlocked Codes will allow members to instantly join a Class/Group or create an account.Codes automatically lock 14 days after creating a Class/Group or resetting the code. Locked Codes can still be used to join a class/group. If a locked Code is used the student will enter an approval queue, and the owner will have to approve the Join Request.The owner can unlock or reset the Code at any time by clicking on the class Code > clicking the dropdown arrow > Unlock Class>clicking the dropdown arrow >Reset CodeOnce a code has been reset, students will not be able to use old or historical codes to join a class. They will have to use the new code that has been generated.Codes are one of two ways (in addition to the Join URL) that a student or teacher can join a Class/Group. The Join URL is a link that, when entered in to the browser, will add students to an approval queue for the group owner to approve.. Small Groups are the building blocks of customized learning and classroom differentiation. Teachers can use small groups for targeted instruction and chunked content delivery.To get started using Small Groups, follow the steps below:Select the desiredGroup/Class on the left panel of your Edmodo Homepage.Select the button to the right of the SMALL GROUPS icon.Enter a Small Group name, and click “Create.”Once you've created a Small Group, it is time for you to add students to the Small Group.. Small Groups are the building blocks of customized learning and classroom differentiation. Teachers can use small groups for targeted instruction and chunked content delivery.To get started using Small Groups, follow the steps below:Select the desiredGroup/Class on the left panel of your Edmodo Homepage.Select the button to the right of the SMALL GROUPS icon.Enter a Small Group name, and click “Create.”Once you've created a Small Group, it is time for you to add students to the Small Group.. Small Groups are the building blocks of customized learning and classroom differentiation. Teachers can use small groups for targeted instruction and chunked content delivery.To get started using Small Groups, follow the steps below:Select the desiredGroup/Class on the left panel of your Edmodo Homepage.Select the button to the right of the SMALL GROUPS icon.Enter a Small Group name, and click “Create.”Once you've created a Small Group, it is time for you to add students to the Small Group.. Small Groups are the building blocks of customized learning and classroom differentiation. Teachers can use small groups for targeted instruction and chunked content delivery.To get started using Small Groups, follow the steps below:Select the desiredGroup/Class on the left panel of your Edmodo Homepage.Select the button to the right of the SMALL GROUPS icon.Enter a Small Group name, and click “Create.”Once you've created a Small Group, it is time for you to add students to the Small Group.. Small Groups are the building blocks of customized learning and classroom differentiation. Teachers can use small groups for targeted instruction and chunked content delivery.To get started using Small Groups, follow the steps below:Select the desiredGroup/Class on the left panel of your Edmodo Homepage.Select the button to the right of the SMALL GROUPS icon.Enter a Small Group name, and click “Create.”Once you've created a Small Group, it is time for you to add students to the Small Group.. Small Groups are the building blocks of customized learning and classroom differentiation. Teachers can use small groups for targeted instruction and chunked content delivery.To get started using Small Groups, follow the steps below:Select the desiredGroup/Class on the left panel of your Edmodo Homepage.Select the button to the right of the SMALL GROUPS icon.Enter a Small Group name, and click “Create.”Once you've created a Small Group, it is time for you to add students to the Small Group.. Small Groups are the building blocks of customized learning and classroom differentiation. Teachers can use small groups for targeted instruction and chunked content delivery.To get started using Small Groups, follow the steps below:Select the desiredGroup/Class on the left panel of your Edmodo Homepage.Select the button to the right of the SMALL GROUPS icon.Enter a Small Group name, and click “Create.”Once you've created a Small Group, it is time for you to add students to the Small Group.. Polls are a great way to get immediate feedback on an Assignment, reading, or current event. They can be used to activate background knowledge or be an anonymous check for understanding for students.Polls have a 140 character limit. Once you send out a Poll, you cannot edit the Poll. Also, Teachers cannot see which student gave which response. If you need a non-anonymous Poll, try giving a one question Quiz, then you'll be able to see the individual results.. Notes are the easiest way to send a post to your entire Class or Group. They appear within your Class or Group stream and are visible to all members. Teachers can also post to recipients and multiple Classes and Groups by typing in the "send to" field of the Class composer.Teachers can attach files to the note as well as post it now or schedule it to be posted later.To learn all that you can do, visit this Help Center area.. Polls are a great way to get immediate feedback on an Assignment, reading, or current event. They can be used to activate background knowledge or be an anonymous check for understanding for students.Polls have a 140 character limit. Once you send out a Poll, you cannot edit the Poll. Also, Teachers cannot see which student gave which response. If you need a non-anonymous Poll, try giving a one question Quiz, then you'll be able to see the individual results.. Wellness Checkshelp to support social and emotional learning and promote mindfulness in the classroom by allowing teachers to quickly check in with their students' well being using a pre-populated question and answer choices.Wellness checks are anonymous to the class, but the teacher can see the individual responses of each student.. The icons shown here allow teachers to attach images and files from their Library or computer, add rich text format, and schedule the post.Attach Files to a PostYou can easily attach files from your computer, resources from your Library, Google Drive, and/or links to any Note or Assignment that you post, which can be a great way to distribute resources to your students. You can add multiple attachments to a Post at one time, as long as they do not exceed 100 MB, and you can attach different types of items (eg. a file from your computer, library, and a link) to the same Post. Add Rich Text Format. Wellness Checkshelp to support social and emotional learning and promote mindfulness in the classroom by allowing teachers to quickly check in with their students' well being using a pre-populated question and answer choices.Wellness checks are anonymous to the class, but the teacher can see the individual responses of each student.. Assignments can be posted to the whole class or to students in small groups.After you have loaded and sent an Assignment to students, you'll need to teach them how to complete and submit an Assignment:Click the “Open" button located next to the due date to submit the Assignment.Students can choose to create a new text response or Office Online file or attach a pre existing file from their computer, backpack, or connected Drive, or a web link. Click on the “Turn in Assignment" button.If a student wants to resubmit an Assignment, they can use this same process to resubmit the assignment as many times as necessary, until you have graded it. Once you have graded the Assignment, you can also request that the student resubmit the assignment.This is what students see when an Assignment is posted to the class and submitted to the teacher.. Quizzes and Assignments for Small GroupsJust as you can for your main class, you can create or load quizzes and assignments for small groups by clicking on the blue plus (+) button. The quiz or assignment will only be given to those students who are a member of the small group in which it is assigned.To learn more about creating a Quiz, read this Help Center article.To learn more about creating an Assignment, read this Help Center article.. Access Small Group options by clicking on the ellipsis (...) icon.Here you can default all new members to read-only and add a description, as well as rename, archive, or delete the small group.. Assignments can be posted to the whole class or to students in small groups.After you have loaded andsent an Assignment to students, you'll need to teach them how to complete and submit an Assignment:Click the “Open" button located next to the due date to submit the Assignment.Students can choose to create a new text response or Office Online file or attach a pre existing file from their computer, backpack, or connected Drive, or a web link.Click on the “Turn in Assignment" button.If a student wants to resubmit an Assignment, they can use this same process to resubmit the assignment as many times as necessary, until you have graded it. Once you have graded the Assignment, you can alsorequest that the student resubmit the assignment.This is what students see when an Assignment is posted to the class and submitted to the teacher.. Post MenuClicking on the ellipsis (...) icon in the corner of a post will give you access to additional ways to interact with a post including grabbing the link to a post and editing, deleting, and pinning a post.Each post has a unique URL associated with it, which enables you to share the post within Edmodo or externally. All posts are, by default, private. Providing a URL of the post to a person who is not a member the class will not enable them to view the post.Your students can only edit messages and comments that they posted to a class. Teachers can edit their own messages and comments, as well as any messages or comments posted by a student in their class.Pinning a Post to the top of your Group or Class Post Stream is a great way to make important info stand out. Pinned Posts will remain at the top of the Post Stream and will not be pushed down by other Posts. Posts can only be pinned on a Class/Group page, not within the students' home streams. To pin a Post, find the Post you would like to pin. Then, hover over the post and click the on the right hand side. Select "Pin Post."To unpin a pinned Post, use the ellipsis icon to open the menu and select “Unpin Post.”To replace a pinned Post with another one, simply select "Pin Post" from the dropdown menu onthe new Post. This will replace the current Post that is pinned in the Class.Note: You can only pin Posts on a Class or Group page.. Discover is a space on Edmodo where teachers and students can find free, high-quality educational resources such as activities, apps, and games that are shared by the Edmodo teacher community and our trusted education partners.Teacher Example:. Join URLs are one of two ways that users can join groups/classes (the other is with the Code.) After a user enters a Join URL into a browser, the Group/Class owner will receive their request to join, which the owner can approve or deny.Since the Join URL provides the owner control over who can use it to join the Group or Class, it is the best way to invite people to a Group/Class publicly, for example via a website, blog, or Twitter account. The owner can also send the Join URL to others on Edmodo or via email.After using a Join URL, the new member will be placed in an approval queue for the group/class and the owner will receive a "join request" in their notifications that they can approve or deny. Once the join request is accepted, the new member will be in the Group/Class.. Clicking on Invite People will open a new tab with an area to input student names and emails.. Clicking on "change class color" allows users to personalize the color associated with their class.Once you change the color of your class, the color of the group name in your Post Stream and in your Edmodo Planner will change as well.. Certain aspects of your Class or Group can be edited through Settings.You can rename your Class/Group, change the grade level, change the subject area, update the Class/Group member type and privacy level (for Groups only), and change the Class/Group's Color.You can also edit your Moderation Settings and default all new members to read only statusor moderate all posts and replies. Finally, you can choose to hide your notes from parents, archive and delete your Class/Group and change your Class/Group description, all from within the Settingsarea.. If there is a specific type of post you'd like to look for, our filter feature is here to help!Just as you can filter posts on the Home page, so too can you filter posts for a class. Both teachers and students can filter the posts in the class stream:Author:By MeBy OthersType:Latest PostsLatest ActivityAssignmentsPollsQuizzes. Once you’ve created your folders, you can easily share them with any Class/Group that you own or are a co-teacher in by clicking on "Manage Folders" and selecting the folder to be shared.. You can easily add additional files to the shared folder.. Clicking on the ellipsis (...) menu next to a person's name, opens the options for managing the person's role in the class.. The Edmodo Progress Book only recognizes decimals up to the tenth place, e.g., 95.5 percent. The Progress book adds up the total points students earned on Assignments and Quizzes and divides that number by the total number of possible points.Visit this Help Center page to access additional articles on Edmodo's Progress book.. You can easily use Messages (direct messaging) to have individual conversations with your students, their parents or any of your Teacher Connections. You can also create group conversations with multiple members as well.Teachers can send a message to:Students who in their Classes/GroupsParents who are connected to Students in their Classes/GroupsTeachers who are in their Classes/GroupsTeachers who are a Teacher ConnectionStudents can send a message to:Their teachers (Teachers and Co-Teachers whose Class/Group they belong to)Their parents (Parents who are connected to their account)Parents can send a message to:Their children's teachers (Teachers whose Class/Group their child belongs to)Their children (Students who they connected to). The What's Due Center where you, as the teacher, can organize and view all of the Assignments and Quizzes you have sent to your students!Please click on the topic below that interests you:Finding the What's Due CenterFiltering which Class/Group's Assignments and Quizzes you want to seeFiltering by Assignment/Quiz typeWhat are the Review/Reviewed Tabs?Moving an Assignment/Quiz from "Review" to "Reviewed". Discover is a space on Edmodo where teachers and students can find free, high-quality educational resources such as activities, apps, and games that are shared by the Edmodo teacher community and our trusted education partners.Teacher Example:. Tired of bookmarking web pages or having files on multiple school computers?Think of this as your own virtual Library that you can access anywhere, organize files in Folders and sub-Folders, and share the contents with anyone you want. The Edmodo Library has unlimited space and allows you to store, organize, share, and manage documents, all within your Edmodo account. Link OneDrive to Your LibraryOverview of the New Library -- What's NewAdd Content to Your Library (Teacher)Rename or Delete Folders and Library Items (Teacher)Manage Library Items and FoldersSearch Your Library / BackpackAssign Assignments and Quizzes from Your LibrarySort Your Library ItemsSend a Library Item Straight to a Group. Small Groups are the building blocks of customized learning and classroom differentiation. Teachers can use small groups for targeted instruction and chunked content delivery.To get started using Small Groups, follow the steps below:Select the desiredGroup/Class on the left panel of your Edmodo Homepage.Select the button to the right of the SMALL GROUPS icon.Enter a Small Group name, and click “Create.”Once you've created a Small Group, it is time for you to add students to the Small Group.. Create a Badge (Teacher)You can create your own personalized Badges to award to your students.Go to the“Class” icon on the top toolbar.Click on the "Progress" button.Click on the "Badges”button.Click the "Add Badges" icon.Provide a Badge Title for the Badge and a description, then click the "Upload Image" to provide an image for the Badge.Your image should be 114 x 114 pixels or it will be automatically resized to fit into this standard Badge size.Click the "AddBadge" button.Note: Although you may still see some animated GIF Badges, this is no longer a supported file type. Badges can no longer be edited. Since Badges can no longer be edited, if you intend to share the Badge, you must check the box to share the Badge with other teachers when you create the Badge. You will not be able to go back later to share it.Award a Badge to Multiple Students at Once (Teacher)If you have a Badge that you would like to award to multiple students at once in the same group, you can easily do this by following these steps:Go to the“Classes” icon in the top toolbar.In the Sub Headings Section, Select "Progress".In the upper left corner of the page, select the class.Click "Add Badge."Select your Badge and click "Add badge to this Group."Check off the students whom you would like to receive this badge.. Once you've created your Small Group, you can add students by selecting "Add Members to Small Group" or "Automatically Add All Members" from the drop down menu. Any student you add into this Small Group will automatically see the Small Group, under the main Group, on the student’s Account.. Small groups have always been an important part of differentiated instructions. It is possible to share a specific Folder just with a Small Group.Small Groups can have Folders shared with them the same way as Groups. Simply follow the instructions for sharing a Folder with your Group, but select the Small Group name instead of the Group.. Once you've created your Small Group, you can add students by selecting "Add Members to Small Group" or "Automatically Add All Members" from the drop down menu. Any student you add into this Small Group will automatically see the Small Group, under the main Group, on the student’s Account.. Once you've created your Small Group, you can add students by selecting "Add Members to Small Group" or "Automatically Add All Members" from the drop down menu. Any student you add into this Small Group will automatically see the Small Group, under the main Group, on the student’s Account.. Once you've created your Small Group, you can add students by selecting "Add Members to Small Group" or "Automatically Add All Members" from the drop down menu. Any student you add into this Small Group will automatically see the Small Group, under the main Group, on the student’s Account.. Small groups have always been an important part of differentiated instructions. It is possible to share a specific Folder just with a Small Group.Small Groups can have Folders shared with them the same way as Groups. Simply follow the instructions for sharing a Folder with your Group, but select the Small Group name instead of the Group.. Once you've created your Small Group, you can add students by selecting "Add Members to Small Group" or "Automatically Add All Members" from the drop down menu. Any student you add into this Small Group will automatically see the Small Group, under the main Group, on the student’s Account.. Once you've created your Small Group, you can add students by selecting "Add Members to Small Group" or "Automatically Add All Members" from the drop down menu. Any student you add into this Small Group will automatically see the Small Group, under the main Group, on the student’s Account.. Small groups have always been an important part of differentiated instructions. It is possible to share a specific Folder just with a Small Group.Small Groups can have Folders shared with them the same way as Groups. Simply follow the instructions for sharing a Folder with your Group, but select the Small Group name instead of the Group.. Small groups have always been an important part of differentiated instructions. It is possible to share a specific Folder just with a Small Group.Small Groups can have Folders shared with them the same way as Groups. Simply follow the instructions for sharing a Folder with your Group, but select the Small Group name instead of the Group.. Small groups have always been an important part of differentiated instructions. It is possible to share a specific Folder just with a Small Group.Small Groups can have Folders shared with them the same way as Groups. Simply follow the instructions for sharing a Folder with your Group, but select the Small Group name instead of the Group.. You can easily flip your instruction and support student learning by posting videos to the class. YouTube videos embed in a post so students can watch from the class stream.. Small groups have always been an important part of differentiated instructions. It is possible to share a specific Folder just with a Small Group.Small Groups can have Folders shared with them the same way as Groups. Simply follow the instructions for sharing a Folder with your Group, but select the Small Group name instead of the Group.. Simply copy/paste URLs in the body of a post to send students to a specific site.. Check or uncheck the box next to ReceiveEmail/SMS Updates to disable email/sms notifications for the Class/Group.To be notified of account activity when not signed in to Edmodo and to customize which actions about which you are to be notified, visit the Notifications tab in your account settings. Here you can control what notifications you receive from Edmodo or even turn them off entirely. To access your email, SMS (text) notifications, and Push notifications refer to the following screenshot.. Students stay connected to the classroom with Edmodo.. Quizzes can be used for quick, formative checks for understanding and summative unit tests.To learn more about Quizzes, visit this Help Center area.Here is what students see when they take a quiz posted to your class.And here is an overview for grading a quiz.. You can send a message to multiple Classes or Groups at once.However, all of the Classes and Groups that are copied on your post can see the replies to your post. To keep replies separate, send posts individually to each Class/Group.