Edmodo training for parents and carers. Edmodo is the largest social learning network in the world. 20,000,000+. TOTAL USERS AROUND THE WORLD. STUDENT PROFILE. VIEW HW. MESSAGES. Overview
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Edmodo is the method through which teachers set homework. This is an online tool which will allow students to organise themselves with regards to their deadlines and they can also use this as a method of communication with their teachers. Teachers who organise clubs and extra-curricular events may also use Edmodo to relay messages and/ or pass on resources linked to this. As a parent/ guardian, you can use Edmodo to support your child’s learning and participation in school curricular or extra-curricular activities. Some teachers may offer some feedback/ marks on Edmodo for the homework tasks completed.
Assignments: see what homework your child has been set and when they are due
Notifications: see any messages sent by subject teachers to your child (these could be individual or group messages)
Get your unique 6 digit parent code from your child: this is on your child’s Edmodo homepage (bottom left hand corner)
Go to www.pfa.edmodo.com
‘I’m a parent’
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. Simply use the same Parent Code found on the student’s account to create a second Parent Account (must have a different email address).
Each child has a different parent code.
NB. If your child created two accounts by mistake and you linked them both to your Parent Account, you can easily remove the duplicate account.
You will only see these posts on your account if the teacher has included the Parent Group in the post, or if your child’s teacher has sent a direct message to just your child (or vice versa).
Account settings: check your details.
Make sure you set to “Universal Coordinated Time (UTC=GMT).
Control what notifications you receive (email only).
Select your School.
a. Click on profile (right hand side)
b. Click on grades
(some teachers may choose
to give feedback on work via