Login to Edmodo.com an online social learning platform designed for teachers and students that already has more than 34 million registered members worldwide, the site has gained so much success thanks to its many advanced features that allow classrooms to safely connect online in order take advantage of all the powerful learning tools that the site offers. The site also provides online collaboration tools that allow kids and teachers to work on their assignments as they communicate with each other in real time. What the site basically does is help students learn in a more efficient, fun, and interactive way, and one of the reasons of why it has grown so quickly is because the service can actually be incorporated successfully in classrooms through a variety of applications and tools which allow users to post homeworks, create polls with multiple questions and answers, upload videos, images, audio files and more.

If you sign up and then login to your new account, you’ll instantly notice that the site looks a lot like Facebook.com, that’s why a lot of people including me like to call it “The Facebook of Online Learning”. In fact, it’s nearly identical (design-wise), not to mention that its functionality is also very similar, especially when it comes down to the social aspect of the site, because you can add friends, join groups and communities, create posts, chat with other members, etc. But there’s one big difference though, and that is that as a student/teacher you can easily access all your subjects and online learning or teaching materials on the left side of your profile page.

edmodo logo
Even though the site was designed to help students learn, it’s also all about the teachers and the parents who keep their kids in check. Educators are actually the ones in charge of helping the kids get a better education, they have to use all the tools and resources that are available at Edmodo.com in order to engage their students effectively, you know to get them interested and excited about the entire learning process that is taking place, it’s also their job to help students connect with the best resources and tools on the site, and they can easily keep track of their students progress through tests, quizzes, and other interactive features that allow educators to assess their students’ progress.

Edmodo Login – Step by Step Tutorial

(Note: The sign in process is identical for students, teachers and parents. There used to be a different login page for parents and teachers, but now all members can and have to access via the official site’s home page.)

1. Go to the Edmodo’s home page located at the following url: http://www.edmodo.com.

2. Enter your username or email address in the first field of the log in form located on the right side of your screen.

edmodo login step 1

3. Enter your Edmodo.com password in the second field box.

edmodo login step 2

4. Now simply click the “Login” button located to the right side of the “password” text field and that’s it, you have now successfully logged in!

edmodo login step 3

Edmodo Sign Up

To start taking advantage of all the powerful features and tools that Edmodo.com offers for classrooms you will first have to create an account, once you have created an account you’ll be able to log in. So if you haven’t registered yet go to the site’s official homepage using the link that you will find below in the first step of this tutorial and fill out the registration form located on the right side of your screen. There are three different types of accounts that can be created, the first one is for teachers, the second one is for students, and the third and last one is for parents.

If you are an educator click the blue button on the right side that says “I’m a Teacher”, then fill out the registration form that will be instantlay displayed, once you are done check the box at the bottom to agree to the terms of service and privacy policy of the site, and then click the blue button at the bottom of the registration form that says “Sign Up”.

If you are a learner click on the “I’m a Student” button instead, then fill out the registration form for students, first enter your “Group Code”, then enter your username, followed by your password, don’t forget to type your first and last name as well, and then simply click the blue “Sign Up” button at the bottom to get started right away.

If you are a parent click on the “I’m a Parent” link which is located right beneath the “I’m a Teacher” button, then fill out the registration form, agree to the terms of service and click “Sign Up”. After signing up come back to this page and follow the steps above to learn how to access your new Edmodo.com account.

Edmodo Password Reset Instructions

If you forget or lose your password go back to the site’s home page following the steps that I previously described, click the “Forgot Your Password?” link located below the “password” field box of which I talked about earlier,

edmodo password recovery

enter your email address, click “Submit”, and then go to your email inbox to click on the reset password link to create a new one immediately.




  2. Estrella says:

    i got someone else to help me that is fast, thanks.

  3. Velia Ancheta says:

    When I initially created my sons account as a student, I input my email address and my password. However, I need to change his this information, because I need that info to create a parent account. We have a new email and password for my son. Thank you.

  4. Hi Velia, we can’t help you with this problem, you will have to contact Edmodo support for that matter at the following email address: Support@edmodo.com

    Hope this helps!

  5. Kaylee Reed says:

    We use this at school in computers it is a great site

  6. I was just trying to log into Edmodo to access a school assignment when it said maintenance was being done to the site. What does that mean? I need to get to my account.

  7. hi people

  8. hello

  9. doug mmartin says:

    Can’t log onto edmodo says wrong password

  10. Sup

  11. LakandraW says:

    Hey world

  12. caroline voorhees says:

    Edmodo is fun.

  13. doreen desantis says:

    I don’t know what parent code means I don’t have one

  14. mystery 14 says:

    The phone app sucks

  15. richard says:

    Hi Hannah, don’t worry about it, it won’t take long, in fact, it should already be up by now.

  16. iPiccy_dJme27 says:

    Me too , i’m kinda experiencing it right now. This sucks! and now i can’t see what my teacher will be posting.

  17. Angelica B.Barioga says:

    I’m happy to become a memeber of edmodo

  18. Shaira Elaine jacinto says:

    this is fun:):)


    i open edmodo

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