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  • Where I learned Compact Design OR what I call Moodle Zen – October 2010 - Jon Fila, Mike Smart – District 287 - Moodleshare
  • Traditional Unit of instruction. Everything is in a horizontal
  • Show course (before)Show PPT image creationShow how begin doing 1 unit. Create webpage, link resources. Go to settings – hide topics to demonstrateIf time, I can showShow Dreamweaver demo (map images)
  • Facilitation – Be present, be kind, don’t assume anything, Be consistent, Respond to participants, Give good feedbackCollaboration – Discussion boards, web 2.0, Peer ReviewsAuthentic Assessments- Blooms Taxonomy, using real tools to help participants understand. Reflections are a MUST! I also like to use Web 2.0 tools. Introduce to teachers new ways to prove understanding. rock solid objectives linked to quality activities.Quality Feedback – Students need to have feedback on how to improve their work. Point out the great things they have accomplished, and point out what they can improve and give suggestions. Be courteous when doing this – as adults sometimes think constructive feedback is criticism. Teach your students how to give constructive feedback – this helps them understand your content at a deeper level – I need feedback as a facilitator – how am I doing, how are students doing, what can be done to improve the course. Pre-course Surveys, Helpdesk, Reflections, Choice, Course EvaluationsQuality Resources – Real images – not cutesy clipart when you are introducing new concepts, (flickr, Microsoft images). Presentation Zen: Blend of Videos and Readings. Not just one or the other – address multiple learning styles. This can be time consuming – if you cant find what you are looking for – create your own! Powerpoint ROCKS! Authorstream….Quality Design – Be consistent in course navigation, Course materials available – syllabus is the staple of the course, universal design, plan/test for mobile devices

Moodle Compact Design - by Jen Hegna Moodle Compact Design - by Jen Hegna Presentation Transcript

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/euart/282104427/
  • http://vi.sualize.us/view/nestle3824/ab2e7591fefaf36694d918f104e5154e/
  • Traditional Design
    Participants see links to all topics as well as activities and resources
  • Visible to participants
    NOT visible to participants must click the Unit Door to gain access
  • http://goo.gl/TwJxp by Jon Fila aka @moodleshare
  • http://goo.gl/Z3CQo by Jon Fila aka @moodleshare
  • http://goo.gl/mtY8Eby @jenhegna
  • DEMO
  • Tools I use to create my course
    PowerPoint (create my own graphics)
    Dreamweaver (image mapping)
    Flickr (store images that are mapped)
    Moodle