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  • Moodlemoot 2011 a perspective

    1. 1. moodlemoot 2011<br />a perspective<br />“...all I learned I learned myself or from others or in the forum of moodle – the course was rubbish.”<br />Sydney 2011<br />
    2. 2. moodlemoot 2011<br />a perspective<br />Mary Cooch (UK)<br />Jan Herrington (Australia)<br />
    3. 3. moodlemoot 2011<br />Mary Cooch<br />Be precise<br />Be humble<br />Use everyday language<br />Student logins for teachers when learning<br />Teach moodle in 2mins, 10 mins or 1 hour snippits<br />
    4. 4. moodlemoot 2011<br />Jan Herrington<br />“Teach carpentry not hammer” Oppenheimer<br /><br />Why use moodle:<br />Publically polished products created and shared.<br />Access anywhere, anytime, any device<br />Recognise at-risk learners early<br />Creating community<br />
    5. 5. moodlemoot 2011<br />pedagogy<br />Moodle contains the process of teaching within the tool. <br />
    6. 6. moodlemoot 2011<br />deployment<br />Security, system and platform performance, backups etc.<br />Training, formal support, policy & governance, moodle mentors and community of practice (NCMUGS)<br />Sustaining the system – people and technology<br />
    7. 7. moodlemoot 2011<br />the best extensions<br />The best moodle extensions:<br />Mark & annotate assigment<br />Collapsed format<br />Feedback<br />Group selection<br />Progress bar<br />Twitter feed<br />Map module<br />Translator block<br />Course Contents<br />
    8. 8. moodlemoot 2011<br />game design<br />Game design for teaching<br />Usually training is click here do this – not sustainable<br />Using conditional release of material using only labels/pages/forums.<br />Tasks not related to learning moodle but used to achieve a task.<br />
    9. 9. moodlemoot 2011<br />Reality is Broken<br />The most efficient way to put the ball in the hole in golf would be to walk up to the hole and drop the ball in.<br />We decide to hit the ball great distances with very skinny bats and count the number of hits...and enjoy it! – Why?<br />
    10. 10. moodlemoot 2011<br />open Source vs proprietary<br />A limitation or annoyance in WORD – we accept.<br />A limitation or annoyance in OPEN Source – we want to change...<br />any maybe we can.<br />
    11. 11. moodlemoot 2011<br />References etc<br />A Guide to Authentic E-Learning by Jan Herrington<br />Moodle 2.0 First Look by Mary Cooch<br />Moodle 1.9 Top Extensions Cookbook by Michael de Raadt<br />Reality is Broken: Why Games Make Us Better and How they can Change the World by Jane McGonigal<br /><br />Course design –<br />Training and support at La Trobe Uni<br /><br />The Moodle Dailies – UNE Speaker: Sarah Thorneycroft.<br />