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  • Mr. Klonowski's avatar
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    My new favorite tool... FREE Assessment Data Collection and Analysis made simple for ANY content area. Fully Linked with Edmodo!

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  • Mrs. Wild's avatar
    Is there any way we could have shared StudyBlue accounts so that students can collaborate on studying and add flashcards to the same set?
    • StudyBlue.com - Mrs. Wild – for now, that's not something that we offer, but the idea is quite good. We plan to continue working on collaborative creation, but can't promise any dates.
      One thing that works to accomodate a similar activity is to ask students to all create decks individually, then add their classmates' decks to a folder. They can click to "Study the Folder", which starts a study session with every card from every deck in the folder.

      • May 24, 2013
    • John Cluett - Hi Mrs Wild & StudyBlue
      Could studyblue and edmodo integrate [20 million edmodo users].
      Edcanvas [now Blendspace] interact in an integrated manner really well and you can see your canvas opup in the edmodo window.
      Any chance StudyBlue could do the same.
      Seamless is awesome for us overworked teachers

      • Aug 29, 2013
    • StudyBlue.com - @John, thanks for the request – it's an idea we revisit frequently here at SB. I'll have to take a look at the Blendspace integration to get a sense of what you're recommending.
      We're all ears for specific advice on what you're looking for in the integration! Thanks much.
      –Andrew

      • Aug 30, 2013
  • Mrs. Eller's avatar
    Check out these Science Song Videos that were highlighted on XL 106.7 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2CKrHOUfIs

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  • Mr. Sebayang's avatar
    this is the new video..enjoy!^^)b if the embed link doesn't work..try click this link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2DONxw8wNxc
  • Mr. Sebayang's avatar
    hii!!. i made some video about learning,, i hopefully you can give me and advise about how video's look...so i can be better for the next video making..thanks all..if the link can't open please click this link so you can directly go to the video's channel..http://www.youtube.com/user/unitedbraininstit...
  • Mrs. Goodell's avatar
    Is there anyway that studyblue can become an app on edmodo? I'd love for my students to submit their flashcards to me like an assignment which I can grade and put into my edmodo gradebook.
    • Mr. Sofronas - Please do!

      • Oct 18, 2012
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      • Mrs. Vargas - I would like to start using Studyblue.com with my students. Can someone please tell me how does it work?

        • Nov 10, 2012
      • Mrs. Howell - Mrs. Vargas- I have my students set up their own accounts (which requires an e-mail). At first, I create the flashcards for them, and share the link with students via Edmodo. All students have to do is click on that link, which sends them to a sign-in page on StudyBlue. Then, they click on 'Save To', which puts these flashcards into their own backpack (upper left corner of page).
        I think if you are signed up as a teacher with a class of students, you don't have to go through this process. But I haven't had time to figure out how to do it that way,
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        • Dec 28, 2012
      • Mrs. Pereira - Greetings!

        Is there a way to embed StudyBlue cards? Either onto Edmodo or a website?

        Thanks!

        • Oct 11, 2012
      • Mrs. Howell - Yes...copy and paste the link to the StudyBlue flash cards. You get the link through the SHARE option on StudyBlue. Students can then open up the flash cards and save them into their own backpacks on StudyBlue.

        • Oct 15, 2012
    • Ms. Palmer - Do students need an email account to use StudyBlue?

      • Oct 3, 2012
  • Mrs. Pereira's avatar
    Greetings!

    Is there a way to embed StudyBlue cards? Either onto Edmodo or a website?

    Thanks!
    • Mrs. Howell - Yes...copy and paste the link to the StudyBlue flash cards. You get the link through the SHARE option on StudyBlue. Students can then open up the flash cards and save them into their own backpacks on StudyBlue.

      • Oct 15, 2012
  • Ms. Palmer's avatar
    Do students need an email account to use StudyBlue?
    • Mrs. Kapinos - Good question! Can I add to it? I was looking and it looks like they do. Could we use the dummy google accounts, with studyblue if our students are too young to have an email?

      • Oct 3, 2012
    • Mrs. Howell - You can set up teacher accounts.

      • Jan 1, 2013
  • Mr. Simington's avatar
    Hello All, I am wondering if anybody has ideas on how to introduce technology into a class that is mostly social/emotional and therapeutic in nature. I teach a blend of Psychology/Empathy Training and Character Education to at risk high school students. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  • Mr. Leonard's avatar
    I created a studyblue account but am having problems creating a group of flashcards with a class code. How do I do this?
    • Mrs. Howell - What I do is copy and paste the finshed flashcard link onto Edmodo, where students can access it and then save it into their own accounts.

      • Aug 10, 2012
    • Mr. Campbell - I have found that the class code is only really useful when creating an account. An easier way for a user to connect to a specific class is through the class link. Go to the "Send Invites" option for your class and look in the top right. There should be a link right above Class Code.

      • Oct 1, 2012
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  • Mrs. Broere's avatar
    I'm new to StudyBlue and I'm wondering if there is a way that I load my class so I can track student data?
    • StudyBlue.com - Hi Mrs. Broere!
      Thanks for trying out StudyBlue! We currently do not have a way to track classes of student data. Some teachers ask students to take screen shots of their scores, while others ask students to track their progress on their own.
      If you have any additional questions, feel free to reach out to our Education Community Manager: zach (at) studyblue (dot) com.

      • May 3, 2012
  • Ms. Vouroudis's avatar
    CALLING ALL BEGINNING TEACHERS!!!!!!!!

    I created this group called Beginning Teachers. It is aimed as a platform for beginning teachers to help each other out, chat to each other and swap resources.

    Please feel free to invite other beginning teachers (approximately 0-5 years experience.) We currently have members of the group with 6 and 7 years experience, so we are not very strict on experience! Also if you have twitter/other social networks, feel free to pass on the message. The more, the merrier!!

    I thought it would be a good platform to help each other out. The Join URL is:

    http://edmodo.com/join/945196e660e6fc38abcfa4...
    CALLING ALL BEGINNING TEACHERS!!!!!!!!

    I created this group called Beginning Teachers. It is aimed as a platform for beginning teachers to help each other out, chat to each other and swap resources.

    Please feel free to invite other beginning teachers (approximately 0-5 years experience.) We currently have members of the group with 6 and 7 years experience, so we are not very strict on experience! Also if you have twitter/other social networks, feel free to pass on the message. The more, the merrier!!

    I thought it would be a good platform...
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    If you didn't get to attend SXSWedu, read highlights from our education community manager.
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    Learn from others. Teach yourself. After reaching over one million users and nearly two million flashcards being created each week, we released new features that will help students find multiple explanations for what their trying to learn!
  • Ms. Kostopoulos's avatar
    I love your site ... I think using these online flashcards will be a wonderful tool for my advanced, grade-level and inclusion students. Thank you so much for providing such a great service!
    • StudyBlue.com - Thanks, Ms. Kostopoulous! We are certainly appreciate the nice words!
      We'd love to hear more about how you use StudyBlue with your students; you can shoot an email to our Education Community Manager, zach@studyblue.com.
      Enjoy!

      • Mar 4, 2012
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    Read about how teachers use StudyBlue on our blog, Assembly. First up, Allison Bronson from Elizabethtown, PA.
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StudyBlue helps you tech what you teach by engaging students through digital flashcards (with photos and audio), personalized quizzes, results tracking, and mobile apps students love to use.

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