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How do you use Moodle to engage learning? Moodle was built to engage! This was part of a keynote presentation at a Flipped / Blended Learning Conference.

How do you use Moodle to engage learning? Moodle was built to engage! This was part of a keynote presentation at a Flipped / Blended Learning Conference.

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    • Lisa Johnson-BowersMentor High School50+ Ways to Flip With Moodle
    • Contact InformationEmail:bowers@mentorschools.orgljb358@gmail.com**Documents from this presentation will beuploaded to the Guidebook at the close of thissession.
    • Flip TeachingWhat is all the hype?
    • The old way ……
    • The Flipped Classroom ….
    • Flip Teaching Is ….A Bridge, a stepping stoneThe beginning of atremendous change ineducation --- just thebeginning.
    • Where would you look for … Information about a brokenvacuum? Information about a new trend inbusiness? Information about a historicallandmark? Information of how to fix a leakyfaucet?
    • How we get information has changed
    • Traditionally …..
    • Flipping Blooms Taxonomy
    • A new definition of homeworkUsing Homework to Construct Learning rather than reinforce learning.
    • Definitions Flip Teaching 1.0 --- Reversing theteaching process. Moving thelecture to home and the homeworkto school Flip Teaching 2.0 --- Moving fromGroup Instruction to IndividualizedInstruction by Flipping Bloom’sTaxonomy and using homework to
    • Moodle Tools•EmbeddingObjects•Wiki•Forum•Glossary•Quiz•Lesson•Books
    • Constructing Knowledge with MoodleEmbedding Learning Objects_______________________________________________ YouTube Videos Screencast-o-matic.com Livescribe Pencasts Voki Simulations (Phet.colorado.edu) Games** Anything with an embed code!
    • Constructing Knowledge with MoodleEmbedding
    • Why Use Videos? Support for absent students Support for students who need a refresher Video Answer Keys Pre-load Knowledge – the lower level Blooms Info**Videos & other tools are used to help the learnerconstruct knowledge so that they can come toclass and USE the knowledge.
    • Constructing Knowledge with MoodleForums_______________________________________________ Weekend Discussions – LeadershipSkills Discussing Laboratory Results Discussing Current Events Analyzing Essays for grammar orcontent Introductory Forum – making the initialconnection with students Help Forum ** Anything that you would typically tell your
    • Constructing Knowledge with MoodleForums_______________________________________________ Weekend Discussions – LeadershipSkills Discussing Laboratory Results Discussing Current Events Analyzing Essays for grammar orcontent Introductory Forum – making the initialconnection with students Help Forum ** Anything that you would typically tell yourstudents “get into groups and discuss ..” is a
    • Constructing Knowledge with MoodleGlossaries_______________________________________________ Collaborative Glossary of Terms Word of the Day Quote of the Day Types of Animals Lab Experiments & Analysis/Results American Heros YouTube Videos by Unit Random Review Combine with Forum for a Word Count ofVocabulary Words (Glossaries can beautolinked)** Anything that can be categorized can be put into a glossary.
    • Constructing Knowledge with MoodleWiki_______________________________________________Group Lecture NotesGroup Unit ContentBrainstorming SessionsCollaborative Story TellingTest Prep Guides** Great for Group Projects!
    • Constructing Knowledge with MoodleWiki
    • Constructing Knowledge with MoodleLessons_______________________________________________ Self-directed learning of a new topic Allow for different learning styles Decision-making exercises Interactive fiction Differentiated revision guides** The lesson has a branched feature that gives its usemany possibilities
    • Constructing Knowledge with MoodleLessons___________________________________________________________________
    • Constructing Knowledge with MoodleBooks_______________________________________________ Self – paced Learning Online Textbook Learning Guide Review Guide to Provide Support** A Book can hold all of the assignments for theentire unit: forums, wikis, quizzes, etc.
    • Constructing Knowledge with MoodleQuizzes_______________________________________________ Unit or course exams Practice Sheets Mini-tests for reading assignments or at the endof a topic Exam practice using questions from previousyears exams Deliver immediate feedback for printed workbookactivities provide feedback about performance Self assessment Student Generated Question Bank(with the use ofthe Quiz creator role).** Quizzes can be uploaded from word documents.** Quizzes can be designed to take random samples from
    • Final Words ….. Success comes from thoroughplanning Analyze your curriculum Identify the lower Blooms objectives Use Moodle for to construct learningfor the lower objectives AND to supportlearning for the higher objectives. Create hands on activities to reinforcethe learning in class Do it well and it’s done for years!
    • Part II: The Creation
    • Why Flip?FlippingYour Classroom has definite advantages for yourstudents.However, the real advantages are to the teacher!
    • Why Flip?#1. Eliminate ParentQuestionsCreating videos or documents toexplain projects or programfeatures will help the parent tohelp your student at home.
    • Why Flip?#2. Eliminate Re-TeachingCreating videos to explain thecontent will help the student whodoes not understand thematerial immediately. Also, thevideos will eliminate the need tore-teach content to absentstudents.
    • Why Flip?#3. Eliminate those annoyingquestionsDo you have little pieces of yourcontent that your studentsshould know and you are tired ofre-teaching?
    • Why Flip?#4. Become the Teacher Youve AlwaysWanted To BeMany of us joined the teaching profession withthe idea of working one-on-one withstudents, sharing our love for ourcontent. However, when we startedteaching, we immediately found that thismagical world didnt exist. Flip Teaching willhelp to create the world that you wanted withmore one-on-one time.
    • Part II: The Creation #1. Develop a Toolbox of Skills. #2. Draw up your plan. (Begin with the end inmind.) #3. Create Homework Assignments ThatEngage. #4. Create Support Materials To Reinforce andextend.
    • Creating A VideoFREE Screen RecordingSoftwareScreencast-o-matic.comDoceri.comScriblink.comScribblar.com
    • Make a Recording Record a PowerPoint, Smartboardpresentation, or anything that you can find. Upload the recording tovimeo.com, screencastomatic, youtube, etc. Embed your recording into your Moodle course.
    • Create Your Blended LearningPlan #1. List the objectives for the unit. #2. Itemize all of the specific skills that need tobe mastered. #3. Categorize each individual skill by BloomsTaxonomy #4. Move the easy tasks to the homework venue& create learning objects that help the studentsbuild knowledge. #5. Take the difficult tasks and createreinforcement activities or extension activities.
    • Final Words ….. Success comes from thoroughplanning Analyze your curriculum Identify the lower Blooms objectives Use Moodle for to construct learningfor the lower objectives AND to supportlearning for the higher objectives. Create hands on activities to reinforcethe learning in class Do it well and it’s done for years!