Edmodo: Creating and Joining Groups

From your home screen click on the + next to Groups.

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From here you can Create or Join a group.  If you are joining a group, click Join and enter the group code. You should receive a code from the group administrator.

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If you are creating a group, click Create fill in the information requested.

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You can fill in this information if you want to, if not click Finish and you have created your group.

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Once the group is created you will see the home screen for the group.  Give your students the group code to join.  If a student has an account, they can join the group once logged in.  If a student needs to create an account they will input the group code on the login screen.

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You can create folders to store files in and you can see who has joined the group here.

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You can also create small groups within the group if students are working on a project and they want to collaborate together.

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You can send alerts, load assignments, give quizzes and polls, and assign snapshots by clicking on these tabs.

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Once students join your group you can see who is a member by clicking Members.

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Students are automatically able to interact with other students and you.  If you do not want a student to interact click Read Only. You can change this setting at any time.

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You can get their parent code, change their password, remove their profile picture, or remove them from your group here.

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