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  • My Name Is Ron Hyde :-)'s avatar
    Get your students ready for the big test!!!
    Help your class get pumped up about taking the test by watching one of our now two Macklemore Parodies.
    2013: Rock that Assessment (Thrift Shop)
    2014: Glass Ceiling (Can't Hold Us)

    We hope your class has as much fun watching it as we did making it.

    Enjoy,
    My name is Mr. Hyde

    Get your students ready for the big test!!!
    Help your class get pumped up about taking the test by watching one of our now two Macklemore Parodies.
    2013: Rock that Assessment (Thrift Shop)
    2014: Glass Ceiling (Can't Hold Us)

    We hope your class has as much fun watching it as we did making it.

    Enjoy,...
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    • Mr. Miller - Those are awesome. Thanks for sharing!

      • Mar 30, 2014
  • Mr. Contreras's avatar
    Hello all,

    I am planning on issuing a research project for my English 10 students where they follow appropriate guidelines for MLA research. I want the focus to be the advantages and disadvantages of technology. Do any of you have any ideas or sources?
    • Mr. Jatovsky - I have a few suggestions. The first is to make sure you post this in another appropriate community.
      Second is to use the Discovery module in Edmodo. It's the compass figure to the left of the library icon. Type in technology or MLA to find a huge number of resources.
      Third is to narrow the focus. I often give "technology" as a general topic for research, but students are instructed to narrow it. Which technology? Smartphones, robots, self-driving cars, refrigerators? Unless the students focus on a narrow aspect of technology, the research paper
      more...
      • Feb 21, 2014
    • Mr. Griswold - check out citelighter.com

      • Feb 21, 2014
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    My new favorite tool... FREE Assessment Data Collection and Analysis made simple for ANY content area.

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  • Pamela Masters's avatar
    Looking for flashcard activity for learning components of citations. Any ideas or sources?
    • Mrs. Stone - Quizlet, funnel brain, study blue, study shack are just a few digital flash cards
      You can also have students play games with cards and race with them

      • Jun 17, 2013
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      • Mrs. White - There's a nifty app called StudyDroid. Not sure if you want kids on their phones, but if they are a BYOT school (or however you work that out) it seems to be really helpful.

        • Jul 30, 2013
      • Mrs. Stone - We can get study droid app placed on the new tablets as well

        • Jul 30, 2013
    • Mrs. Ensari - Hi everybody :) I am a high school teacher from Turkey. I need some good advice for next year's literature program. What books will you recommend to me? Thanks:)

      • May 24, 2013
  • Mrs. Ensari's avatar
    Hi everybody :) I am a high school teacher from Turkey. I need some good advice for next year's literature program. What books will you recommend to me? Thanks:)
    • Mrs. Leiser - My favorite book to teach symbolism, theme, and deeper characterization is Fahrenheit 451, but it takes a lot of pep to get the kids into it. I also show a couple interviews with Ray Bradbury ahead of time. He was one very interesting dude!

      • Jun 4, 2013
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      • Mrs. Thomas - The Giver is always good to start with struggling learners in high school or on level middle schoolers.

        • Jun 4, 2013
      • Mrs. Ensari - Thanks everybody:)

        • Jun 4, 2013
      • Mrs. Jorgensen - Hi all! This is such a neat community; I am looking forward to keeping up with the very latest in Easybib (which I LOVE!). I teach 7th grade, and not only do I want want my students to be able to cite their sources, I want them to understand the various components of their citations. Also I want them to be able to accurately verify the info Easybib comes up with when auto-citing. So I made up the sheet attached for students to fill out in the library when taking notes from a book. Here they document the identifying information from each book they use. Later they use the more...
      • Ms. Kelly - Louisiana Reading Conference Dec 6 & 7 -- Call for Proposals, Vendors/Exhibitors and Advertising.

        • Apr 9, 2013
      • My Name Is Ron Hyde :-) - Motivate your students for the assessment!!!

        I started posting this link only a few days ago and the response has been wonderful. In case you missed it the first time around here it is again.



        Over 6,000 hits in only 6 days!!!
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        • Apr 6, 2013
      • Mrs. Farley - This is fantastic! I am definitely using this in class to get the kids pumped for our reading incentive next month!

        • Apr 11, 2013
      • Mrs. Liesfeld - I love this! :-)

        • Apr 13, 2013
    • Pamela Masters - GREAT fun!! Thanks for sharing.

      • Jun 3, 2013
  • Mrs. Jorgensen's avatar
    Hi all! This is such a neat community; I am looking forward to keeping up with the very latest in Easybib (which I LOVE!). I teach 7th grade, and not only do I want want my students to be able to cite their sources, I want them to understand the various components of their citations. Also I want them to be able to accurately verify the info Easybib comes up with when auto-citing. So I made up the sheet attached for students to fill out in the library when taking notes from a book. Here they document the identifying information from each book they use. Later they use the info to correctly cite the work on Easybib. I am still working on similar sheets for website and database citations. If anyone is interested, I will post those when I am finished!
    Hi all! This is such a neat community; I am looking forward to keeping up with the very latest in Easybib (which I LOVE!). I teach 7th grade, and not only do I want want my students to be able to cite their sources, I want them to understand the various components of their citations. Also I want them to be able to accurately verify the info Easybib comes up with when auto-citing. So I made up the sheet attached for students to fill out in the library when taking notes from a book. Here they document the identifying information from each book they use. Later they use the...
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  • Ms. Kelly's avatar
    Louisiana Reading Conference Dec 6 & 7 -- Call for Proposals, Vendors/Exhibitors and Advertising.
  • My Name Is Ron Hyde :-)'s avatar
    Motivate your students for the assessment!!!

    I started posting this link only a few days ago and the response has been wonderful. In case you missed it the first time around here it is again.



    Over 6,000 hits in only 6 days!!!

    Hope you and your students enjoy this as much as we did putting it together.

    Enjoy,

    My name is Mr. Hyde
    Motivate your students for the assessment!!!

    I started posting this link only a few days ago and the response has been wonderful. In case you missed it the first time around here it is again.



    Over 6,000 hits in only 6 days!!!
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    • Mrs. Farley - This is fantastic! I am definitely using this in class to get the kids pumped for our reading incentive next month!

      • Apr 11, 2013
    • Mrs. Liesfeld - I love this! :-)

      • Apr 13, 2013
    • Pamela Masters - GREAT fun!! Thanks for sharing.

      • Jun 3, 2013
  • Ms. Showers's avatar
    What are some of the benefits of using the note card feature?
  • Ms. March's avatar
    It helps if your school librarians are eager to assist teachers in the mastery of this program. Ours, for example, noted the importance of the 'far right tab' on the EasyBib homepage, which allows students to search a complete listing of all the different entries, , one of which allows students to copy and paste a complete entry that may have already been completed and then included at the bottom of that particular online resource.
  • Mrs. McGregor's avatar
    Hi. Could you please re-post the Introduction to EasyBib movie? The link provided won't open for me. Thanks.
  • Christy Martin's avatar
    when students use Easy Bib and Google Docs, how do you combine two records?
    • Mr. McAsh - EasyBib has the ability to export the student's "bibliography" (Works Cited if using MLA) to Google Docs. It's a great feature if you, like us, are a Google Apps EDU school.

      • Mar 19, 2013
    • Christy Martin - thank you

      • Mar 26, 2013
  • Ms. Armstrong's avatar
    We want students to be able to recognize the different parts of each citation so they can understand what is in a citation. We have students in 9th grade complete source cards for each source when conducting research where they have to look at the source and find the author, title, publisher, date, etc. When research is complete, students then enter their source card information manually into Easybib to create their works cited pages. After students can recognize the various parts of a citation, then we go over the short cuts. This is a handout that I created to give students when we start with Easybib. Thought I would share it with the community in case anyone would like to use it/edit it for their own purposes.
    We want students to be able to recognize the different parts of each citation so they can understand what is in a citation. We have students in 9th grade complete source cards for each source when conducting research where they have to look at the source and find the author, title, publisher, date, etc. When research is complete, students then enter their source card information manually into Easybib to create their works cited pages. After students can recognize the various parts of a citation, then we go over the short cuts. This is a handout that I created to give students...
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  • EasyBib's avatar
    Here is our schedule of upcoming Professional Development Webinars: We encourage you to sign up and learn more! If you would like a one on one Webinar, we can help accommodate you as well, just message us directly!

    http://content.easybib.com/educators/professi...
  • Mrs. Barros's avatar
    I would like some suggestions on how to teach middle schoolers to correctly create a bibliography.
    • Mrs. Nixon - I use easybib. Our students all have gmail accounts. It is super easy to use easybib and have students save their work as a google doc.

      • Feb 4, 2013
    • Mr. Knudsen - Noodle tool is a great way for them to organize their thoughts and arguments. Have a look at a couple of DIY webcasts.

      • Feb 4, 2013
    • EasyBib - Mrs. Barros, if you are a school edition subscriber, your students will also have access to our LearnCite feature which tells students what kind of information they need to enter to create their citation. It also shows them where in the citation each data element belongs.
      We also have a bunch of useful citation guides that you can share with your students here: http://content.easybib.com/students/citation-...

      • Feb 4, 2013
  • Mr. Peetz's avatar
    Last day to watch and help us win! Thanks.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_NpzFlrYzFo
  • Mrs. Liesfeld's avatar
    Hi, fellow Easy Bib users. As much as I love the Easy Bib tutorials, I am in need of something a bit simpler for use with lower-level sixth grade students. I only want to show them how to set up an account, use the manual and autocite features,and how to save and print a Works Cited page. They just can't handle any more at this point, so I don;t want to show them things they don't need now and won't be using just yet. Any suggestioins would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
  • Ms. Faust's avatar
    I have a personal EasyBib account but would like to share information with our administration about a possible school account. I can't find information on pricing anywhere on the site. Can someone share approximately what this will cost? If it's cost prohibitive I don't want to go crazy trying to sell it to others and I'll just use my personal account.
    • Ms. Davitz - I just found my invoice, it actually was $340.00 for the period of 9/30/12 - 6/30/13. can't seem to find a cost on their site. You can call them or e-mail them to ask price. I have found them to be very quick in their responses to my questions and concerns. Here is my sales contact: Sales Person: Jessica Bacques
      Phone: 646-422-7499

      • Sep 17, 2012
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      • Ms. Faust - THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!! Going to talk to my librarians this week and see what we can do!!!

        • Sep 17, 2012
      • Ms. Davitz - Great- good luck

        • Sep 17, 2012
      • Ms. Hill - Are you blogging?

        I have noticed that there are a number of Edmodo users with blogs who are seeking an audience and constructive feedback.I am one of them. So, if you have a blog that you would like to see recognized, please complete the linked Edmodo User-Blogger Registry form below. Then you can see the final list by clicking on the List of Registered Bloggers on Edmodo link. I will leave the registry open until midnight (MST) on 07/16/12.

        • Jun 25, 2012
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EasyBib is the Free Online Bibliographic composition and management tool used by over 27 million students each year. We also offer premium tools to aid in the instruction and learning of information literacy skills. Such features include our virtual notebook and our website evaluation guide.

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