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Moodle presentation

  1. 1. Moodle: For School-wide management<br />
  2. 2. The main advantage to a published grading/class website program, like Moodle, compared to the Google capabilities of making websites and posting documents (e.g. Google Docs) is <br />SCHOOL WIDE MANAGEMENT<br />
  3. 3. This is the Provo School District Page of Moodle.<br />
  4. 4. Top Levels<br />Notice that there are links to various classes from the main page, most to Timpview High (as Provo High uses different software).<br />We are logged as a full access teacher but there is also an administrator level and a class-creator level.<br />Administrator can change anything on any page (course) on the site, while a class-creator can create a new course and then edit that course.<br />They have capabilities beyond managing one (or a couple) courses.<br />
  5. 5. Teacher Levels<br />There are even two different built in teacher levels, only one of which I experienced as a TA using Moodle.<br />A full teacher can edit the course (but not create a new course, like a course-creator)<br />He or she can post assignments, change the calendar, similar to the administrator of a Google-based class website.<br />CONTROL OVER THE COURSE (but not the whole network of courses that make the site). <br />
  6. 6. Creating an event on the course page for one <br />of the physics classes taught my mentor teacher.<br />
  7. 7. Teacher Levels<br />A non-editing teacher, as I was for Dr. Turley, can view the full course page, view and change students’ grades, but not change the structure of the course (e.g. create assignments or change the calendar).<br />A full teacher, class creator or administrator can view a course page as if they were a non-editing teacher or even a student, to make sure things looks correct.<br />
  8. 8. Viewing Different “Roles”<br />
  9. 9. Student<br />A student has a log-in password, can see his or her own grade, can submit assignments, can send messages to the teacher, participate in a class forum (chat).<br />
  10. 10. Guest<br />A course website can usually be viewed not in guest mode, without any communication, editting or submitting capabilities.<br />Guest view<br />
  11. 11. Conclusion<br />Moodle is an excellent resource for its networking capabilities and the different roles or levels of access inherent in the program.<br />As a school-wide website, it works much better than a network of Google sites for the ease of security in its access.<br />

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