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    Moodle4Teachers 2009 Moodle4Teachers 2009 Presentation Transcript

    • Moodle for Teachers
      “Exploring myself as a Learner”
      1st November – 30th November 2009
    • Icebreakers
      • What type of teacher are you?
      • What is your favourite e-tool for teaching?
      • What type of learner are you?
      • What is your favourite e-tool for learning?
    • Fun with Moodle!
      • Exploring new dimensions
    • Moodle Features
    • Fantastic Teachers
      • Socrates
      • Plato
      • Aristotle
      • Nellie and team
      • M4T-2 Team -7 participants
    • Our Moodle Philosophy
      • collaborating
      • participating
      • sharing
      • nurturing
      • constructivist
      • caring
      • challenging
    • Week One
      • Learning to sift through all the information
    • Week Two
      • Reflecting on our learning styles
    • Week Three
      • Learning outcomes
      • Assessment procedures
      • Reflective journals
      • Lessons learned
      • Experience gained
    • Major Philosophies of Education
      • Perennialism
      • Progressivism
      • Existentialism
      • Constructivism
      • Social reconstructionism
    • The Future
      • Empowering myself as a learner to develop as an effective global teacher of the 21st century
    • Final Thoughts
      • Thanks very much to facilitators and course participants for making this such a special course!