EDMO® Clubs (Pre-K–8th Grade)
EDMO® Clubs are a plug-and-play way to help your families fill asynchronous learning time. All of our live, online and interactive programs integrate STEAM and Social-Emotional Learning skills in a fun and engaging way.
Each EDMO Club meets in a secure Zoom classroom for five days with the same instructor and the same kids, to build friendships and a comforting routine. Parents can choose from Weeklong Clubs that meet Monday through Friday for one week or Once-a-Week Clubs that meet weekly for five consecutive weeks. Students get to know kids from across the state and around the country. Our Honor System Pricing model provides instant financial aid of 50% or 80% off.
Fill out the interest form below for help publicizing EDMO Clubs to your families.
EDMO® Custom Clubs (Pre-K–8th Grade)
Each Custom Club is led in a secure Zoom classroom that is designed specifically for your school, district or organization. Custom Clubs are only open to your students or program participants and are built around your calendar and budget. You decide if you want to offer the program for free, at a partially subsidized cost to families or at full price to families.
We provide you with an EDMO Program Manager to help with planning, implementation, attendance tracking and ongoing customer support. Club themes are tailored to your goals and the families you serve. We can provide bilingual staff as well as technology curriculum designed for PCs and Macs or Chromebooks and smartphones.
Fill out the interest form below to learn more or start designing your EDMO Custom Clubs.
EDMO® Afterschool Program
EDMO offers a comprehensive afterschool program. Rather than coordinating a variety of vendors, EDMO can be your one-stop shop for everything from homework help, music, dance, to science, crafts and more. Schools can customize every element including the time, registration system and offerings.
Please fill out the form below for more information.
EDMO® Extra Credit Program
This option is designed for Title 1 schools and nonprofit organizations who want to remove financial barriers for their students to access EDMO Clubs, but do not have the budget for a fully Custom Club option. Individual schools or organizations can use their funding to purchase EDMO credits so that students access our public EDMO Club programs for FREE.
So where does the “Extra Credit” come in? EDMO doubles the number of credits a school purchases. For example, if a district purchases $10,000 worth of credits, we distribute $20,000 worth of credits to the students.
Sample Scenario: Maria is the Superintendent of Eagle Point School District which has 200 students from low-income families. Maria has a budget of $20,000 to support their asynchronous learning time and decides to purchase EDMO Credits so these families can access online learning for free.
Back End – EDMO adds an extra 100% credit to Maria’s $20,000 so Eagle Point students can access services valued at $40,000 ($200 per student). EDMO also creates a code that gives these Eagle Point families 80% Off the regular price of any program on the platform. This means to access services valued at $200, a family only needs $40 in credits.
Front End – 1) Families register for the Extra Credit program on EDMO’s platform 2) Maria’s team confirms everyone who registered is an Eagle Point student. 3) EDMO issues the $40 credits and notifies families they can apply their 80% Off code to access $200 worth of services on the platform.
Fill out the interest form below to learn more about the EDMO Extra Credit Program.
EDMO® Educator Professional Development
We’ve trained over 300 instructors and credentialed teachers on how to lead live, hands-on, interactive online lessons. These workshops are perfect for any educator looking for professional development. In order to create equity for teachers who may be experiencing financial hardship, we offer Honor System Pricing to provide instant financial aid for these workshops.
Are you a school, district or organization that wants to remove financial barriers for your educators to access our workshops? You can use your federal, state, grant or budgeted money to customize workshops to meet your needs.
Examples of Workshop Topics:
Length: 1.5—3 hours.
Overview: Learn field-tested strategies and practical tools that will help you manage your virtual classroom.
In this highly interactive session, participants will engage in an experiential learning process that brings to light the challenges and opportunities that online learning poses. We will share our failures and successes and create space for teachers to share their own experiences, wins and challenges with each other. Bring your questions and leave with the confidence and inspiration to try new ways of connecting with kids online.
Length: 1—2.5 hours.
Overview: Learn practical virtual classroom exercises and lesson plan modifications to integrate SEL into everything you do.
In this session, participants experience how we weave Social Emotional Learning into our STEAM-focused curriculum. Participants will practice easy-to-implement games, discussions and virtual classroom routines that build a student’s emotional vocabulary and social-emotional intelligence al school day long.
Length: 1—1.5 hours.
Overview: Learn the ins and outs of Zoom and how to use its features to help you lead virtual classrooms and keep kids engaged.
Since March 23, EDMO has led over 5,000 Zoom sessions for kids in Pre-K-8th grade. How we started using Zoom as a learning platform is very different than how we use it now. There are lots of nuances to using Zoom and just a few tweaks can make a huge difference in the learning experience. Participants will build confidence as they learn how to use different Zoom features strategically to make teaching virtually easier for themselves and more fun for the students.
Length: 1.5—2 hours
Overview: Learn about the Maker Movement as we explore ways to support Social Emotional Learning and a growth mindset using simple, child-driven activities.
Critical thinking is one of the most important skills we can help children develop as they move through the world. In this session we will explore how practicing a “maker mindset” in everyday activities can help support this development. We will practice skills to facilitate child-driven projects in a virtual classroom and how to encourage learning beyond the classroom in this new post-COVID world.
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We work with educators to design a 1 to 1.5 hour hands-on activity to meet their specific needs.
All activities are designed to be low supply, accessible, and integrate Social Emotional Learning concepts as well as focus on specific learning objectives that the teacher has.
Examples of previous topics include Build your Own Roller Coaster, Scratch Coding, Virtual Music Creation, Lava Lamps, Cardboard Robots, Paper Airplane Derby, and Oobleck.
We keep our groups small, one class at a time, to allow for engagement and direct interactions with the instructor, with our base program starting at 25 kids. For additional kids we have a small fee that goes towards providing a second instructor so that we can utilize breakout rooms as needed to create smaller groups and increase engagement.
All of our programs take place through Zoom but we are also able to join the current classroom in progress on the platform chosen by the school. We find that joining the classroom in progress tends to be easier to coordinate, especially with the younger age groups. We come to you to make it as seamless as possible.