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Moodle presentation AISC

  1. 1. Moodle (noun) - acronym for Modular Object-OrientedDynamic Learning Environment. An online learningmanagement system (LMS), designed to createopportunities for rich interaction between teachers andlearners.To moodle (verb) - process of enjoyable tinkering thatoften leads to growing knowledge, insight and creativity. Itapplies both to the way Moodle was developed, and to theway we may use it to teach and learn.
  2. 2. Moodle (noun) - acronym for Modular Object-OrientedDynamic Learning Environment. An online learningmanagement system (LMS), designed to createopportunities for rich interaction between teachers andlearners.To moodle (verb) - process of enjoyable tinkering thatoften leads to growing knowledge, insight and creativity. Itapplies both to the way Moodle was developed, and to theway we may use it to teach and learn.
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  4. 4. At AISC we use Moodle as our learning management system.● One place for everything, Email, Calendars, Courses● Easy to Edit, and Link or Embed Resources● Better Communication with students, parents and colleagues
  5. 5. Ever seen or played with ?Imagine as a platform that comes with a great set of bricks.
  6. 6. On this platform, we can have differentfoundations (called courses).This is where we put our bricks on (activities,resources, modules, plugins, blocks, filters).
  7. 7. Store CommunicateLet’s imagine we can do four basic things with four basic colour bricks Evaluate Collaborate
  8. 8. Files Folders Webpage We can store… Links Database Portfolio*LMS package Labels
  9. 9. store virtually any digital documents, build a searchable images, audio/video, repository of files, web text files links, images For example, we can… keep things clean cut access time with and organized withdirect one-click link to labels any website and more!
  10. 10. ForumsChatroom Messaging We can communicate through…Dialogue Calendar RSS
  11. 11. run class discussion/ debate, peer assess, interview, FAQ, role play, Q&A sessions, notice board… have instant For example, we send/receive privatecommunication, on- can… instant message, the-spot problem email notification solving make sure students never miss a thing, reminders included and more!
  12. 12. Wiki Blog Glossary We can collaborateSocial network* Forum through… Workshop Database Lesson
  13. 13. have students provoke/ moderate publish, reflect, a debate, guide clarify, keep notes, discussion, view, group work rate and reflect on peer contribution For example, we can… have students build brainstorm, own entries, cross- develop, refine,reference, paraphrase, peer-assess a topic link, explain, define, refine in a glossary and more!
  14. 14. Quiz Choice Grade We can evaluate with… ScalesAssignment Survey Gradebook Ratings
  15. 15. set your own either check & buildABCD, 1-5, 0-100, understanding with outcomes, multiple choice, standards, true/false, cloze, competencies essay, drag’n’drop, For example, short answer Q we can… write and submit create own feedback online, offer formats, self/peer feedback, grade, evaluation resubmit, upload one or more files portfolio style and more!
  16. 16. Sick or absent students dont need to fall behind,because their courses and assignments can be online!
  17. 17. And if the school closes in case of an emergency,learning can still go on because everything can be ONLINE
  18. 18. We can have as many basic bricks as we want.
  19. 19. But we can get many other, compatible bricks too. OpenMeetings Calculators Google Apps Mahara Certificate Podcast Games HotPotatoes Translate Individual Learning Plan ELGG Polls LAMS Timers Widgets these plus nearly 400 other compatible modules, plugins, blocks, filters, activities…
  20. 20. We can arrange the bricks that fit in any way thatsuits our needs.
  21. 21. We decide who gets in and does what in our courses …and for that reason we have roles:Admin can do,see & edit Teacher can do, see &anything on the edit anything in their Student can do, see &site course edit in course as assigned by teacher Parent can see important information such as grades and teacher comments pertaining to their student
  22. 22. isROBUST SECURE And It is a safe place for your students to go on the Internet because it is created and maintained by you.
  23. 23. is used by learning communities big and small Belmont City College ‫ﺟﺎﻣﻌﺔ آل ﻟوﺗﺎه اﻟﻌﺎﻟﻣﯾﺔ‬ UCLA EDNA Australia 基本情報対策のページ Université de Poitiers MIT Vitalnet Consultoria e Virtual School Preston Treinamento OŠ Škofja Loka-Mesto Oregon Virtual School District Käthe-Kollwitz-Schule Bruchsal
  24. 24. Where in the world ...?
  25. 25. Check out what this teacher thinks about Moodle
  26. 26. How do you envision using Moodle?
  27. 27. For more information and tutorials check out

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