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  • 1. INTRODUCTION TO MOODLE BY SHAYNE BONOGOFSKY A learning management system
  • 2. What is Moodle?
    • A learning management system (LMS)
    • A virtual learning environment (VLE)
    • Used to create dynamic online learning site!
  • 3. Pedagogy of Moodle
    • Social constructivism
    • Co-operative and collaborative learning
    • Self-paced learning
    • Users track own progress
    • Off-line, on-line and blended learning
  • 4. How can Moodle help me?
    • Students that have been absent could upload lessons and assignments that were missed in class to complete at home.
    • Intervention or enrichment lessons could be uploaded to Moodle for students to use at their own pace.
  • 5. Why use Moodle?
    • Moodle is free and easy to use
    • Teacher online tutorials and guides
    • Lessons, reviews and quizzes can easily be uploaded and used offline.
  • 6. Moodle Benefits
    • Availability of activity modules for the construction of collaborative course communities, such as Wikis, quizzes, surveys, assignments and forums
    • Display recent changes in each course for easy-to-read updates
    • Ability to generate a “story” of each student’s course experience, which contains activity and participation information along with postings, assignment results and other vital statistics
  • 7. More Moodle benefits
    • Ability to easily switch from instructor to student role
    • Ease of adding or changing Web links, documents and assignments
    • Ability to organize information: grade book options include weighted grades, percentages, letter grades, partial credit, etc.
    • Assignment options: upload single or multiple files, online text and offline activity
  • 8. Meeting student needs
    • The bottom line is that Moodle helps educators meet the diverse learning needs and styles of their students. Offering varied styles of delivering education to students ensures more opportunities for success!