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  • However, it is shortsighted to believe that the implicit designs of learning systems do not influence how courses are ultimately developed. Most learning environments adopt content driven approaches, geared toward the transmission of objectified knowledge. Conversely, Moodle’s design is guided by a particular philosophy of learning, known as "social constructionist
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    • 1. Moodle + Web2.0 + SoftChalk =Engaging Online Course Design
      Dr. Rhonda Ficek
      Professor
      Director of Instructional Technology Services
      Minnesota State University Moorhead
    • 2. Online Course Design
    • 3. Measurable Learning ObjectivesRadioJames Objectives Builder
    • 4. Digital Bloom’s Taxonomy
    • 5. Creating Web-Based Instructional Unitswith
    • 6. SoftChalk Interface
    • 7. Web 2.0 ApplicationsAddressing Different Learning Styles
    • 8. Student Introductions
    • 9. Web 2.0 Applications: Enhancing Collaboration with Voice-Based Discussions
    • 10. Student Projects: Create a Digital Poster
    • 11. Student Projects: Concept Mapping
    • 12. Student Projects: Concept Mapping
    • 13. Why Moodle? ? Implicit Design:Learning is a Social Activity
    • 14. Why Moodle ? ?Opportunities for Innovation
    • 15. Discussions with Pictures
    • 16. Moodle’s Choice Tool (Polling)
    • 17. Database Activity
      View List
    • 18. Database Activity
      View Single
    • 19. Database Activity: Search
      Searching:
      Knowledge-Centered Wikis
    • 20. Database Activity: Search Results
      Search Results:
      Knowledge-Centered Wikis
    • 21. Database Activity: Sharing
      Export all Results
    • 22. Moodle: Display a Directory
    • 23. Display a Directory to Students
    • 24. Moodle – Open Source LMS
    • 25. Questions?
      Rhonda Ficek, Ph.D.
      Director, Instructional Technology Services
      Minnesota State University Moorhead USA
      http://www.mnstate.edu/ficek/EduLearn/edulearn.pptx
    • 26. Verbs added to Bloom’shttp://edorigami.wikispaces.com

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