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  • 1. Use Your Noodle - Learn Moodle! Michelle Moore
  • 2. What is Moodle?  Course Management System (CMS)  Originally created by Martin Dougiamas  Based on Social Constructionist Pedagogy
  • 3. Moodle is Open Source  Moodle Software is Free!  Community of Developers  Moodle can be Modified
  • 4. Moodle Worldwide  Over 13,000 sites from 158 countries  73 languages  Primary school through University level  Company training  Home Schooling
  • 5. To Moodle  On the Internet at http://moodle.remote-learner.net
  • 6. Moodle Registration  Username and password – No spaces – Underscores and periods are acceptable  Tip: Choose a standard for usernames and passwords
  • 7. Editing Your Profile  Fill in first name, last name and e-mail address  Email display and activation  Email format: Pretty HTML format  Email digest type  Auto-subscribe: No!  Forum tracking: Yes  Editing text: Use HTML editor  Fill in city and choose country, time zone and language  Description  Picture
  • 8. Exploring Moodle Modules  Click on Home in top left corner  Choose Exploring Moodle Modules by clicking on course title  “Yes” I want to enroll
  • 9. Exploring Moodle Modules  Overview of each activity module  Discussion Forum for each module  Example activities
  • 10. Moodle Modules  Assignment  Quiz  Chat  Resource  Choice  Scorm  Forum  Survey  Glossary  Wiki  Lesson  Workshop
  • 11. Assignment Module  Used to assign tasks  Online or offline  Allows electronic submission  Due dates added to course calendar
  • 12. Chat Module  “Anytime, anywhere” communication  Scheduled or spontaneous  Chat transcripts available
  • 13. Choice Module  Informal survey tool  Create questions and provide choices for participants  Results can be posted with identities or anonymously
  • 14. Forum Module  Provides areas for group discussions  Can be restricted – Only teacher can post – Student can only post once – Posts may only be allowed in a specific time frame  Posts can be rated
  • 15. Glossary Module  Create course dictionaries  Entries can be linked to use in course  Glossary additions can be restricted  Can allow comments or ratings
  • 16. Lesson Module  Provide content and assess learning in one activity  Creates a series of linked pages  Can create flash cards or lessons with multiple branches
  • 17. Quiz Module  Create and give online quizzes  Variety of question formats  Option for immediate feedback  Questions and answers can be shuffled  Can require password or specific network address  Option to set time limit  Variety of statistics provided for teacher
  • 18. Resource Module  Tool for bringing content into the course  Text files  HMTL files  Links to webpages  Video and audio clips  Directory feature available
  • 19. SCORM Module  SCORM refers to the standard for learning objects – Web pages – Javascript – Flash  Allows incorporation of SCORM packages into course
  • 20. Survey Module  Research-based surveys to aid teachers in making classes more effective  COLLES—Constructivist On-Line Learning Environment Survey  ATTLS—Attitudes to Thinking and Learning Survey
  • 21. Wiki Module  Enables student collaboration  Students work together to create web pages or resources – Studentscan add content or edit content submitted by others  Wikipedia.com
  • 22. Workshop Module  Tool for peer editing – Students submit assignment online – Assignments are distributed to peers – Students assess with rubric supplied by teacher
  • 23. Optional Modules  Appointment  Hotpot  Attendance  Questionnaire  Book  Scheduler  Exercise  TUI  Flash  WebWork
  • 24. Resources  Michelle Moore – michelle@remote-Learner.net  Moodle Community site – http://moodle.org  Moodle Documentation – http://docs.moodle.org