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  • Moodle A Course Management System Elizabeth Rogus EDUC 6715
  • How Does Technology Assist In the Classroom?
    • Keeps students engaged
    • Individualizes instruction
    • Helps students to be creative
    • Moodle is a Course Management System (CMS). It is a piece of technology that can be beneficial in the classroom.
    • www.moodle.org
  • How Is Moodle Used?
    • Students can log in and view information about a class.
    • Teachers can organize all documents for a course.
    • Students can communicate and collaborate with each other.
    • Teachers can assess students and keep track of grades.
    • Teachers can add documents or worksheets to the website for students to see and use.
    • Teachers can add schedules for parents and students to see timeframes for the class and assignments.
    • Parents can log in to check for assignments and grades.
  • Possible Teacher Concerns for Implementing Moodle:
    • Not enough time to keep it up and running
    • Too much work
    • Not knowing enough about technology and how to use it
  • Moodle in the Classroom
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9XfwBzt1mY
  • The Benefits Are Large:
    • Students stay engaged.
    • It keeps all of the course work organized and in one place.
    • Students stay updated if they are gone or sick.
    • Helps students to feel comfortable in sharing and collaborating with others.
    • It gives choice and options within the program. Student work can be more individualized.
    • “Your job as a teacher can change from being ‘the source of knowledge’ to being a role model and influencer of class culture, connecting with students in a personal way that addresses their own learning needs, and moderating discussions & activities in a way that collectively leads students toward the learning goals of the class.”
    • From: http://moodle.org/mod/page/view.php?id=7743
  • Resources:
    • Moodle – Teaching Do’s and Don’ts
    • http://moodle.org/mod/page/view.php?id=7743
    • Moodle in the Classroom
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9XfwBzt1mY
    • Moodle
    • www.moodle.org