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Innovate Design, assessment and practice using Moodle 2.5 - Gideon Williams (Perins School)

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  • 1. Innovative Design, Assessment and Practice using Moodle 2.5/2.6 Gideon Williams, Director of eLearning Perins School, @gideonwilliams
  • 2. A Brief History… Small Rural Secondary Alresford, Hampshire 11-16 school 1,100 students 72 teaching staff
  • 3. Setting the Scene • All teaching staff with laptop (3yr cycle) • Digital projectors in every room • All users with school/home email access • Moodle (VLE) since 2004 • Mahara eportfolios since 2007 • 1:1 notebooks for students since 2008 (98% uptake) • Managed site wide wireless network • OneDrive on notebooks • Flexible broadband filtering (100Mb) • Led by a Headteacher willing to take risks
  • 4. Setting the Scene • Moodle is internally hosted at Perins • Externally supported by WebAnywhere • Full time elearning support officer • 5 “administrators” – Head of eLearning – Assistant headteacher (Teaching and learning) – eLearning support Officer – ITServices manager – WebAnywhere • All staff are course creators • Moodle is part of staff CPD and Department targets
  • 5. Moodle’s Secret Ingredient
  • 6. 27 “Freely available” Herbs & Spices… Courses Links Notes Videos Forums Glossaries Quizzes Checklists Picture Gallery Files (download) Files (embed) Questionnaires Lessons Badges Certificates Rubrics Assignments Voice recordings Peer Review Conditional tasks Repository Gradebooks Markbooks Web pages Personal page Databases Progress trackers
  • 7. INTERACTION Teacher to Pupil Pupil to Content Pupil to Pupil Teacher to Teacher Teacher to Content Pupil to Teacher
  • 8. COURSE DESIGN
  • 9. Course Design • Allow flexibility between Departments • Balance needs of department with sound pedagogy • Engage and excite user • Be visual
  • 10. Visual Navigation
  • 11. Topic Layouts
  • 12. English
  • 13. Maths
  • 14. Maths
  • 15. ICT and Transform
  • 16. Topic Layouts
  • 17. One Section per Page
  • 18. One Section per Page
  • 19. Student Designed (Philosophy)
  • 20. Topic Layouts
  • 21. Gareth Barnard’s Plugin
  • 22. Core in v2.6
  • 23. CONTENT
  • 24. Presenting Content
  • 25. 4Form Approach
  • 26. Practical Lessons
  • 27. How? • Resources added to Teacher’s area • Icons are then linked to the resource • We can “hide” the tab
  • 28. English KS3
  • 29. English KS3
  • 30. Links to Embedded Files
  • 31. Links to external Websites
  • 32. Links to Moodle Activities
  • 33. Traditional Layouts
  • 34. Supporting Courses
  • 35. Supporting Courses
  • 36. Supporting Courses
  • 37. MOODLE ASSESSMENT
  • 38. Assessment Tracking: Progress Block
  • 39. Task Tracking: Davo Smith Checklist
  • 40. Assessment: PDF Assignment
  • 41. Assessment: Rubric and PoodLL
  • 42. Rubric “Assessment”: Interims
  • 43. Quizzes: Davo Smith Real Time Plugin
  • 44. Quizzes: Hot Potatoes
  • 45. Quizzes: Ordering
  • 46. Quizzes: Ordering
  • 47. Quizzes: Ordering
  • 48. Quizzes: Ordering
  • 49. Quizzes: Ordering
  • 50. Quizzes: Ordering
  • 51. Quizzes: Drag and Drop
  • 52. Quizzes: Drag and Drop
  • 53. Quizzes: Drag and Drop
  • 54. Quizzes: Drag and Drop
  • 55. Quizzes: Drag and Drop
  • 56. Drag and Drop: Options
  • 57. Quizzes: Random Calculated
  • 58. Self Supported Learning: English
  • 59. Self Supported Learning
  • 60. Quiz: Replacing Paper Exams
  • 61. Quiz: Baseline Assessment
  • 62. Next Steps: Assessment • Developing Mahara ePortfolio evidence for all KS3 units of work • Linking SIMS MIS to Moodle and Assessment • Creating the Gradebook for Core subjects • 4 core features – Consistency across Department – End of unit Assessment – Mahara ePortfolio results – Teachers markbook to Offline gradebook
  • 63. Gideon Williams @gideonwilliams Stuff on Scoop.it
  • 64. MAHARA ASSESSMENT