Distance Learning Toolkit

As the COVID-19 virus continues to spread and impact school communities, we want to do what we can to help. Teachers, students, and parents can use Edmodo to communicate and continue education—always for free—even when in-person learning isn’t possible.

Distance Learning Webinars

View the recorded sessions

Webinar: Edmodo for Distance Learning

Edmodo Webinar: Distance Learning Schedules & Assignment Workflow

Edmodo Webinar: Recorded Screencasts vs Live Video Conferencing for Distance Learning

Edmodo Webinar: Checks for Understanding during Distance Learning

Edmodo Webinar: SEL Assignments for Distance Learning

Edmodo Webinar: Virtual Field Trips for Distance Learning

Edmodo Webinar: How Teachers and Parents Can Work Together

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Classroom Culture in an Age of Distance Learning
April 9, 2020

Here are a few principles to keep in mind as we implement distance learning to make sure students still feel the strong sense of community we have worked so hard to build in our physical classrooms.

Live Streaming with Edmodo
March 14, 2020

We wrote a handy step-by-step guide to show you how live stream class instruction using Edmodo + YouTube (or other video platforms).

Three Activities to Get Started with Distance Learning Using Edmodo
March 10, 2020

Scavenger hunt, resource comparison, and presentation piece activities that you and your students can do all online.

Setting Up Edmodo Classes for Distance Learning
March 08, 2020

A quick guide to preparing your classroom for distance learning, including ways to communicate, share documents, assign work, and give your students a space to collaborate.

Find more articles on the Edmodo Blog.

Resources for parents

AskMo: Math and Science homework help

Are you helping more with homework now that schools are closed or going online? The AskMo App provides personalized tutoring on demand, and we’re giving out free sessions to help. Use code ASK25 for 25 free sessions.

Keep Calm, Learning is On! Tips and Resources for Parents to Support Learning at Home

Supporting learning and keeping a sense of normalcy and routine for kids is important, especially during sudden school closures.

Webinar: How Teachers and Parents Can Work Together

Learn how teachers and parents can work together on Edmodo. Seasoned teacher Joseph Hyun provides a tour of teacher, student, and parent accounts and shares strategies for teaming up.

Twitter Chat: Distance Learning is #BetterTogether

We got together with other edtech companies to talk about implementing distance learning strategies during this critical time. You can view the discussion and chime in here.

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How teachers are responding on Edmodo

Following the suspension of classes in Manila City, I will be having my classes online with Edmodo (attendance, assignments, quizzes and activities) to make up for the lessons that will be missing in the school these following days. This will not only make them safe in the comfort of their own homes but they will also learn. Thank you and keep safe! 😇 #bettertogether #coronasafety

—Dan Louise Christian D. Ardeme, Teacher at The National Teachers College

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2020-03-10T18:29:37+00:00

—Dan Louise Christian D. Ardeme, Teacher at The National Teachers College

Following the suspension of classes in Manila City, I will be having my classes online with Edmodo (attendance, assignments, quizzes and activities) to make up for the lessons that will be missing in the school these following days. This will not only make them safe in the comfort of their own homes but they will also learn. Thank you and keep safe! 😇 #bettertogether #coronasafety
Hi everyone from Italy. I teach Social Sciences in a High School. I created two classes and at the moment I'm recording video lessons for my students. I'm going to create a quiz for each class about the arguments we discussed about till now. Thanks for offering us the opportunity to create a learning environment for our students.

—Giangiuseppe Falconieri, Teacher at "Contessa Tornielli Bellini" High School of Human Sciences

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2020-03-10T18:32:46+00:00

—Giangiuseppe Falconieri, Teacher at "Contessa Tornielli Bellini" High School of Human Sciences

Hi everyone from Italy. I teach Social Sciences in a High School. I created two classes and at the moment I'm recording video lessons for my students. I'm going to create a quiz for each class about the arguments we discussed about till now. Thanks for offering us the opportunity to create a learning environment for our students.
Hi everyone, I’m in Milan (Italy). Luckily I have been already using Edmodo with my 9 classes. Right now I prepare short history of art video lessons then I upload them on a YouTube canal I created. I share links on Edmodo classes. Next week I’d like to experience a live streaming YouTube lesson.

—Raffaella Arpiani, Prekindergarten Creative Arts Teacher at Carlo Tenca High School

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2020-03-10T20:02:08+00:00

—Raffaella Arpiani, Prekindergarten Creative Arts Teacher at Carlo Tenca High School

Hi everyone, I’m in Milan (Italy). Luckily I have been already using Edmodo with my 9 classes. Right now I prepare short history of art video lessons then I upload them on a YouTube canal I created. I share links on Edmodo classes. Next week I’d like to experience a live streaming YouTube lesson.
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