This blog post comes from a section of the Edmodo website that contains lists, narratives, and webinars from teachers who use Edmodo in their classrooms. It's an awesome place to go for ideas! I especially love this post because it has a ton of creative ways teachers can get students writing and communicating about lessons -- all online within the Edmodo platform.
This blog post was written by a teacher who led a workshop on Edmodo for her colleagues. She explains the reasons for using Edmodo in a classroom and how students react to using it. She also includes a nice handout for students and teachers, as well as her slides from the workshop.
This resource is a full video course that teachers can sign up to watch. It includes many ways students can use Edmodo in place of paper. The course platform is subscription-based, but there is a free-trial period.
This teacher training video gets down and dirty about all aspects of Edmodo. It is an excellent resource for teachers who need extra help and could be shown in a professional development meeting as teachers sign up for Edmodo together in order to create online assignments.