1- Get started with Moodle
2- Manage Events
3- Present Your Course Materials
4- Get Your Students on Board
5- Foster Collaboration
6- Assess using Moodle
7- Grade
8- Build Self-marking Quizzes
9- Evaluate your course
10- Track your progress
11- Manage the course
12- Take the next step...
•Site administrator - can "do everything" on the site
•Manager - a lesser administrator role
•Course creator - can create ...
Teaching with Moodle for Beginners Introductory Presentation
Teaching with Moodle for Beginners Introductory Presentation
Teaching with Moodle for Beginners Introductory Presentation
Teaching with Moodle for Beginners Introductory Presentation
Teaching with Moodle for Beginners Introductory Presentation
Teaching with Moodle for Beginners Introductory Presentation
Teaching with Moodle for Beginners Introductory Presentation
Teaching with Moodle for Beginners Introductory Presentation
Teaching with Moodle for Beginners Introductory Presentation
Teaching with Moodle for Beginners Introductory Presentation
Teaching with Moodle for Beginners Introductory Presentation
Teaching with Moodle for Beginners Introductory Presentation
Teaching with Moodle for Beginners Introductory Presentation
Teaching with Moodle for Beginners Introductory Presentation
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Teaching with Moodle for Beginners Introductory Presentation

  1. 1. 1- Get started with Moodle 2- Manage Events 3- Present Your Course Materials
  2. 2. 4- Get Your Students on Board 5- Foster Collaboration 6- Assess using Moodle 7- Grade
  3. 3. 8- Build Self-marking Quizzes 9- Evaluate your course 10- Track your progress 11- Manage the course 12- Take the next steps to becoming a Moodle Ninja
  4. 4. •Site administrator - can "do everything" on the site •Manager - a lesser administrator role •Course creator - can create courses •Teacher - can manage and add content to courses •Non-editing teacher can grade in courses but not edit them •Student - can access and participate in courses •Guest - can view courses but not participate
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