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We have a few teachers using Edmodo at Essex High School, I think they find
it a bit more 'student friendly' as to the look and use of it compared to
Moodle. But as we have a dedicated Moodle server, and many teachers using
it with students, it seems like just another place students need to go. I
also worry about building a course on there, with lots of resources etc,
and then all of the sudden having Edmodo start charging or go away etc. I
haven't played with Edmodo enough really, but at the HS level I'm fine
having students use something like Moodle which might not be pretty, but it
certainly does a good job of getting them ready for using an online course
management system like most colleges are using....

On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 9:16 PM, Eric Hall <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I have a 4th grade class using Edmodo as well, mostly as an introductory
> class blog (practicing post, response & how to make good comments). We will
> be moving them into our WordPress environment in the coming weeks: they
> have quickly outgrown Edmodo because it is one long conversation and
> difficult to "find" individuals.
>
> I continue to be impressed with the flexibility of the WordPress
> Multiblog/Buddypress environment, and am happy to share with anyone
> interested in a solid blog platform!
>
> *Eric Hall
> Technology Coordinator*
> *Waterbury/Duxbury School District*
> *Washington West SU*
>
>
>
> On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 7:10 PM, Joanne Finnegan <
> [log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
>> One of our fourth grade teachers is using it right now for a
>> communication with a class in Canada.  She has used Moodle in the past, so
>> I'll see what she thinks of it and let you know.
>>
>> >>> Lucie deLaBruere ** 01/17/12 5:18 PM >>>
>>
>> Looking for any schools that use Edmodo?
>>
>> Thoughts on how does it supplement or replace any of the following
>> Moodle?
>> Google Apps?
>> portfolio systems?
>> email systems?
>> anything else?
>>
>> Lucie deLaBruere
>> FWSU  Digital Age Learning Specialist
>>
>>
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Carrie Fogg
Educational Technology Integration Specialist
Essex High School
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