Online Course: Using Edmodo and Google to Facilitate 21st Century Learning

by Randy Fairfield, 8/21/17

Edmodo recently launched some exciting new features on their platform which has served to tighten the integration with the Google Suite and has made the facilitation of online courses better than ever!

In tandem with these releases, Edmodo partnered with MisterEdTech last Spring to promote an interactive online course titled, “Using Edmodo and Google to Facilitate 21st Century Learning”. The course was so successful that it’s back by popular demand! The course will begin again on August 28, 2017, will last six weeks, and will cost $129 per participant. Everyone is welcome to participate, and 20 clock hour credits will be offered through ESD 171 for Washington State teachers for a cost of $40 extra to be paid directly to the ESD. Participants will be asked to spend 3.25 hours per week engaging in the course and will learn the baseline technological knowledge needed to integrate Edmodo and the Google Suite. The course will also focus on best practice and will ask teachers to be reflective about their pedagogical applications of these tools.

If you are interested in the course, click the “buy now” button below! After you make the payment, you will be directed to an Edmodo link that will let you join the course after you log in with your Edmodo account! You can check out the course syllabus here and/or send Randy an email at if you have any questions or have difficulty joining. Hope to see you there!


Edmodo + GAFE = Project-Based Learning Platform

by Randy Fairfield, 6/9/16

Learn how to leverage the social learning platform that is Edmodo by integrating it with the Google Suite for Education to take project-based learning in your classroom to new heights! Used in the right way, Edmodo and the G Suite can be an incredible combination to enhance student collaboration.

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BlendSpace: An Amazing Tool for Project-Based Learning and More!

Blendspace is one of my most favorite ed tech tools of all-time! It’s an incredibly visual way to aggregate all sorts of things such as links, pictures, video clips, Google Drive files, text, and standards. This is a must have for project-based learning and can be useful in a whole host of educational contexts. What a great way to encourage higher-order thinking in the way of synthesis!!!


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