Using Edmodo

Using you Backpack

Your Edmodo Backpack is like a virtual flash drive. You can store an unlimited amount of files, links and your Google Drive in your Library. You can attach items from your Backpack to

Sometimes you will want to save important posts from your teacher to your Backpack to make it easier to find the resources or documents later on.  You can add a post to your Backpack by following the steps below:

  1. Locate the Post that you would like to add to your Backpack.
  2. Click on the “Post Settings” gear icon in the right corner of the post.
  3. Choose “Link to this Post” from the drop-down.
  4. Copy the link and click cancel to close the pop up.
  5. Click on the “Backpack” icon in the top toolbar.
  6. Click the “Add to Backpack” button in the top right.
  7. Click on the Link tab in the Add to Backpack pop up.
  8. Paste the link in the top field.
  9. Click Add.
  10. Your post will now be saved in your Backpack.

Posts or Assignments. There is a 100mb per upload limit, but the overall storage available is unlimited.


Posting Assigments

Once you have completed your set Assignment, you can turn it in on Edmodo by following the steps below.

  1. Select the group where the Assignment is located from the left side panel of your Homepage and you will see the Assignment in the group communication stream.  Alternately, you can click the “FIlter posts by” link at the top right of your “Latest Posts” area and choose Assignments to find the Assignment.
  2. Locate the Assignment and click the “Turn in” button located next to the due date to submit the Assignment.
  3. Attach the work and provide a comment/message with it if necessary.
  4. Click on “Turn in Assignment.”
  5. Click on the Reaction to the Assignment (you cannot change this reaction after submitting the Assignment).

If you want to attach a Backpack resource in a Post or Assignment, just follow the steps below:

  1. Click in the “Post Bubble” on the top of the Communication Stream.
  2. Type your Note and select who you would like to send it to in the “Send to” field.
  3. Click the “Backpack” icon and click on the resource you’d like to add from the Backpack facebox.
  4. Click the “Attach” button in the bottom right corner of the facebox.
  5. Click the “Send” button to send the post to the Group or Teacher you’ve selected.
  6. The Post and it’s Attachment will now appear in your Communication Stream

It is import that you include a comment about your work when you submitt it.


Today we began our Edmodo journey.

What is edmodo ?
Edmodo is a web-based platform that provides a safe and easy way for your class to connect and collaborate, share content, and access homework, grades and school notices. It is like Facebook but in a safe and controlled environment appropriate for school.

How can teachers use edmodo with students ?
Edmodo provides you with a secure environment where you can create a classroom group for your students. In this virtual group you can :
Place digital resources on edmodo for students to access or download,
Write short summaries of lessons for students who were absent from class (better yet: get your students to write the summary).
Post homework information.

What is it that makes Edmodo class a secure environment ?
Each edmodo class group is managed and controlled by the teacher
Students need an access code to join the class. If a student shares the code outside the class, the teacher can change it, without affecting students already joined in the group.
Students can only communicate to the whole class or to the teacher – private messages between students are not possible.
Anonymous posting is not possible.
Teachers can delete inappropriate posts.


Fibonacci’s Sequence

This sequence os named after the Italian mathematiciain who lived during the 12th century. It occurs ion nature, modelling the population growth in rabbits and also the development of the spiral in a snails sheell.

Explore the number sequence which shows how Fibonacci’s number sequence works. Explain what you understand about the number patterns in it in an Explain Everything presentation.

The History of Coburg

Coburg was surveyed by Robert Hoddle in 1837–38 and he recorded details of the first white person living in Coburg. It was a Mr Hyatt who had a sheep station and hut on the east bank of the Merri Creek near present Outlook Road.

By 1849 there were 21 farms in the area. The first storekeeper was George Jones in 1840, and in 1842 the first inn, The Golden Fleece, was built on Sydney Road just north of Page Street. The 1850s were busy years for Pentridge. By 1850, the Wesleyan Church in Bell Street was built, the foundations for St Pauls were laid and Holy Trinity Church of England was built. The same year Pentridge Stockade was established and in 1852 the Presbyterian Church on the corner of Rennie Street opened. The next year a government tent and then, replacing it, a wooden schoolhouse, were located on the site of the present Town Hall.

The first local paper, the Brunswick and Pentridge Press, began in 1858 and pipes to carry water to Pentridge from Yan Yean for the first time in the same year. In 1859 Local Government began with the formation of the Pentridge District Road Board. The board, formed to get roads built in the area, met in private houses for eight years. In 1866 it was granted land near the present town hall. A bluestone building with adjoining wooden offices was opened in 1867.

In 1884 the railway line opened, and in February 1889 the horse tram service began along Sydney Road (electric trams did not start running until 1916). In 1888 Coburg railway station was built. By l899 there were 6000 people in the district. In 1891 Passfield’s bakery opened and W. E. Cash the plumber opened his store in 1898.

In 1905, Coburg was gazetted as a borough, and Thomas Greenwood and his wife Martha became Coburg’s first Mayor and Mayoress. The 1869 Public Hall was extended in 1909, but was still too small for the growing city. A Brunswick architect, Charles Heath, completed plans for new offices, a town hall and soldier’s memorial hall with clubrooms. The new Town Hall opened in 1923. More was added in 1928, including a lounge area, space for a future library, a supper room, foyer and balcony.





Collecting data

What is a data set? A collection of information often shown in a table format.

We are looking at data sets in the AFL and making comparisons.

What kind of information would the AFL record in data sets?

Use the AFL website:

The ladder:

example of statistics:

Use team websites, which are shown at the top of the page, click on the logo and look for the statistics tab or ‘stats’

When making comparisons, you need to be sure that your language makes sense and that you have provided all the relevant information. Use full sentences.

Here is an example:

How many total kicks did Brendon Goddard of Essendon kick in comparison to Andrew Mackie of Geelong?

Brendon Goddard kicked 347 kicks this season, one less kick than Andrew Mackie, who kicked 348 in total.

Try these:

1. How many games did North Melbourne lose this season in comparison to Richmond? Put your answer in a sentence.

2. What is interesting about how many total games Freemantle player Nathan Fyfe made in comparison to Hamish Hartlett of Port Power? Put your answer in a sentence.

Create your own comparisons using the websites provided and show your findings in Educreations



Telling Time

Follow the links below to find activities which will help you to tell time.
Each link has different activities for you to do.
Take a snap shot of your screen when you go the page and then put it into educreations.
After doing his you can complete the task.