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Moodle Masterclass 2012
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Moodle Masterclass 2012
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Moodle Masterclass 2012
Moodle Masterclass 2012
Moodle Masterclass 2012
Moodle Masterclass 2012
Moodle Masterclass 2012
Moodle Masterclass 2012
Moodle Masterclass 2012
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Moodle Masterclass 2012

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Presentation by Mark Drechsler at the Masterclass session of the 2012 Australian Moodlemoot.

Presentation by Mark Drechsler at the Masterclass session of the 2012 Australian Moodlemoot.

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  • Do the ‘maturity’ question after this.
  • Individual construction: Blog (OUBlog), individual wiki pages, glossary entries, databases
  • Including database & glossary collaboration activities (i.e. including comments, reviews), workshops, forums, chats, group wikis
  • Contribute a database entry -> pick an entry and discuss in a forum -> reach consensus and document in a wiki.
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    1. Collaborate, construct, critique – going beyond dump& pumpMark DrechslerStrictly FTW – Moodle Games LabSarah Thorneycroft
    2. Thank you to our Sponsors…..Diamond Sponsor Joint Organiser& OrganiserGold SponsorsSilver SponsorsBronze SponsorsMedia Sponsors
    3. Today’s goal: To help you move beyondthe dump and pump course
    4. What is dump and pump?Absorb Recall Apply
    5. A typical scenario• Workshops: 30• Databases: 330• Wikis: 470• Quizzes: 4000• Assignments: 8500• URLs: 23 500
    6. A typical scenario• Workshops: 30• Databases: 330•• Wikis: 470 Quizzes: 4000 Files: 75 000• Assignments: 8500• URLs: 23 500
    7. What does it all mean?A typical course in this site with 50 contentitems would comprise… – 33 files – 10 links to external websites – 2 quizzes – 4 assignments
    8. What is a ‘good’ Moodle course?
    9. The Moodle Design Pyramid “Moodlecraft” Good website designPurpose alignment
    10. The Moodle Design Pyramid “Moodlecraft”Today we’ll focus on improving these two Good website designPurpose alignment
    11. Want more on purpose alignment?
    12. Martin’s pedagogical progression
    13. Today’s focus
    14. Three ‘stretch’ goals for design Construct Collaborate Chain
    15. Beware!Not all of these methods are suitable forall courses – there are times when dump and pump is still a valid model – but theaim of today is to shift your thinking to include the three c’s.
    16. ConstructProvide opportunities for student to construct their ownindividual knowledge which can be used as part of the course
    17. CollaborateProvide opportunities for student to collaborate on knowledgeconstruction which can be used as part of the course
    18. Chain Build on the constructed knowledge within the course by creatingsequences of activities which build on the constructed knowledge
    19. Your review course:Welcome to the Gold Coast!
    20. Course aimed at visitors to the Gold Coast, with the desired learning outcome being aknowledge of all that’s good on the Goldie!
    21. Your task:• Critique the course, thinking about: – The criteria for a ‘good’ Moodle course (Moodlecraft, website design principles, purpose alignment); and – Ways that you could redesign the course to introduce the three c’s• Map out a plan of attack for the changes you would make (if we had more time!)

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