Teaching with Moodle 2: Training, collaboration and reflection online (shared)
An online course providing support and training for new features within Moodle 2 and how they can be used in teaching.
The course is designed to develop knowledge and understanding of features and to enable the sharing of ideas with other teachers on how these features can be applied to teaching and learning. It uses the features of Moodle 2 that you will be learning about to get the experience as a learner and gain the knowledge required by the teacher.
The course content is based on Moodle 2.2
A downloadable course containing the feedback tools used in Oxford University's research project on the accuracy and quality of Wikipedia articles. The aim of sharing this course is to help ensure consistency of approach in any future Wikipedia research projects.
Creator: Mark Aberdour - Publisher: Mark Aberdour
Tags: wikipedia, research - Subject: Education (Other) - Audience: Moodle administrators - Educational level: Other
Language: English - License: Creative Commons - Time updated: Wednesday, 20 February 2013, 9:09 PM
Sofos: Presentation at OEB 2011 and Moodlemoot Ireland & UK 2012
Dynamic courses: individual learning paths and online collaborative exercises in moodle 2
Moodle 2 enables new didactic applications like individual learning paths and online collaborative exercises. Their effective implementation requires a top-down approach from didactic goals to practical solutions. Monitoring and intervening the learning processes becomes more important than before.
In Moodle 2, it is possible to define a condition that has to be met by a student before a certain resource or activity will become visible to him/her. The completion status of another activity might be such a condition. From a didactic point of view, a pre-set sequence of activities or a list of options can be offered to the students.
In earlier versions already, students could be placed in groups and a range of activities could be switched to group mode eventually. Further, once a grouping (a set of groups) was defined, activities as well as resources could be restricted to students from one grouping only. This enables creating more sets of parallel groups, or using groupings for different maturity levels or for different stages the students have to go through.
The combination of groupings and conditional activities, gives powerful means to implement online collaborative exercises. This will be deminstrated, discussed and practised during the presentation.
Creator: Pieter van der Hijden - Publisher: Pieter van der Hijden
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