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Explore the basic activities of Moodle and how they are implemented in a blended classroom to create an engaging learning environment. Discover how Moodle can be extended to professional......

Explore the basic activities of Moodle and how they are implemented in a blended classroom to create an engaging learning environment. Discover how Moodle can be extended to professional development and serve as a foundation for a learning community on your campus.

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  • 1. Moodle for Campus Administrators Mark McCall Trainer - Remote-Learner.net
  • 2. Mark McCall
  • 3. Moodle  MOODLE (Modular Object Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment)  course management system (CMS)  free, open source software package designed using sound pedagogical principles (Social Constructivism)  to help educators create effective online learning communities.
  • 4. What do student’s want? • Student’s design the ultimate classroom. • Teacher excited about Science • Use animations and simulations • Conduct real research • Work on Group Projects • Use tech tool for investigation • Use standard lab tools Source: 21st Century Science Education and Technology, NetDay Speak up 2007 Survey
  • 5. Is your school doing a good job preparing you/your students/ your child for future jobs? YES Source: 21st Century Science Education and Technology, NetDay Speak up 2007 Survey
  • 6. Is your school doing a good job preparing you/your students/ your child for future jobs? YES School Principals 66% District Administrators 48% Teachers 47% Parents 43% Advanced Tech 23% Students Source: 21st Century Science Education and Technology, NetDay Speak up 2007 Survey
  • 7. Is your school doing a good job preparing you/your students/ your child for future jobs? YES School Principals 66% District Administrators 48% Teachers 47% Parents 43% Advanced Tech 23% Students Source: 21st Century Science Education and Technology, NetDay Speak up 2007 Survey
  • 8. Is your school doing a good job preparing you/your students/ your child for future jobs? YES School Principals 66% District Administrators 48% Teachers 47% Parents 43% Advanced Tech 23% Students Source: 21st Century Science Education and Technology, NetDay Speak up 2007 Survey
  • 9. Is your school doing a good job preparing you/your students/ your child for future jobs? YES School Principals 66% District Administrators 48% Teachers 47% Parents 43% Advanced Tech 23% Students Source: 21st Century Science Education and Technology, NetDay Speak up 2007 Survey
  • 10. Is your school doing a good job preparing you/your students/ your child for future jobs? YES School Principals 66% District Administrators 48% Teachers 47% Parents 43% Advanced Tech 23% Students Source: 21st Century Science Education and Technology, NetDay Speak up 2007 Survey
  • 11. Course Formats for the 21 st Century Format Description Target Distance Learning, Professional Fully Online Course No in person meeting. Development, Self Motivated Learners Online activities replace some Faculty Meetings, College Blended Course but not all of scheduled class Courses, Field Trips meeting time. Class meets the normal amount of time, supplemented K-12 Course, Blended Learner Enhanced Course by online activities and Styles materials Traditional Course In person 100% Historical Source: (Heeter)
  • 12. Course Formats for the 21 st Century Format Description Target Distance Learning, Professional Fully Online Course No in person meeting. Development, Self Motivated Learners Online activities replace some Faculty Meetings, College Blended Course but not all of scheduled class Courses, Field Trips meeting time. Class meets the normal amount of time, supplemented K-12 Course, Blended Learner Enhanced Course by online activities and Styles materials Traditional Course In person 100% Historical Source: (Heeter)
  • 13. Course Formats for the 21 st Century Format Description Target Distance Learning, Professional Fully Online Course No in person meeting. Development, Self Motivated Learners Online activities replace some Faculty Meetings, College Blended Course but not all of scheduled class Courses, Field Trips meeting time. Class meets the normal amount of time, supplemented K-12 Course, Blended Learner Enhanced Course by online activities and Styles materials Traditional Course In person 100% Historical Source: (Heeter)
  • 14. Course Formats for the 21 st Century Format Description Target Distance Learning, Professional Fully Online Course No in person meeting. Development, Self Motivated Learners Online activities replace some Faculty Meetings, College Blended Course but not all of scheduled class Courses, Field Trips meeting time. Class meets the normal amount of time, supplemented K-12 Course, Blended Learner Enhanced Course by online activities and Styles materials Traditional Course In person 100% Historical Source: (Heeter)
  • 15. Course Formats for the 21 st Century Format Description Target Distance Learning, Professional Fully Online Course No in person meeting. Development, Self Motivated Learners Online activities replace some Faculty Meetings, College Blended Course but not all of scheduled class Courses, Field Trips meeting time. Class meets the normal amount of time, supplemented K-12 Course, Blended Learner Enhanced Course by online activities and Styles materials Traditional Course In person 100% Historical Source: (Heeter)
  • 16. Course formats Formats preferred by students Fully online Student Choice 8.7% (Graduates) Blended 27.6% Enhanced 51.9% (Undergraduates) Nothing online 11.9% N 3491 (College Students) Enhanced Course allow students to broaden their knowledge. Study Date: Fall 2005 Source: (Heeter)
  • 17. Course Format vs. Cognitive Achievement (Overgaugh, Lin 205-223)
  • 18. Learning Orientation Versus Cognitive Achievement in Two Course Formats (Overgaugh, Lin 205-223)
  • 19. Moodle Reaches Students • US History Homework Forums • Charles Ackerman • AHAH! ESL students were the ones posting questions. • Movie Chats • Reaching the Introverted Learners
  • 20. Top Down vs. Bottom Up District Technology Gradebooks Attendance Lesson Plans Policy Teachers Web 2.0 Blogs Activities
  • 21. New Technology Visions Traditional Revolutionary Access to Information Interact with Program Centric Information Application Centric Passive Interactive Readers Publishers Text Focused Video Focused Web 1.0 Web 2.0-3.0 Individual Community
  • 22. New Technology Visions Traditional Revolutionary Access to Information Interact with Program Centric Information Application Centric Passive Interactive Readers Publishers Text Focused Video Focused Web 1.0 Web 2.0-3.0 Individual Community
  • 23. New Technology Visions Traditional Revolutionary Access to Information Interact with Program Centric Information Application Centric Passive Interactive Readers Publishers Text Focused Video Focused Web 1.0 Web 2.0-3.0 Individual Community
  • 24. New Technology Visions Traditional Revolutionary Access to Information Interact with Program Centric Information Application Centric Passive Interactive Readers Publishers Text Focused Video Focused Web 1.0 Web 2.0-3.0 Individual Community
  • 25. New Technology Visions Traditional Revolutionary Access to Information Interact with Program Centric Information Application Centric Passive Interactive Readers Publishers Text Focused Video Focused Web 1.0 Web 2.0-3.0 Individual Community
  • 26. New Technology Visions Traditional Revolutionary Access to Information Interact with Program Centric Information Application Centric Passive Interactive Readers Publishers Text Focused Video Focused Web 1.0 Web 2.0-3.0 Individual Community
  • 27. New Technology Visions Traditional Revolutionary Access to Information Interact with Program Centric Information Application Centric Passive Interactive Readers Publishers Text Focused Video Focused Web 1.0 Web 2.0-3.0 Individual Community
  • 28. New Technology Visions Traditional Revolutionary Access to Information Interact with Program Centric Information Application Centric Passive Interactive Readers Publishers Text Focused Video Focused Web 1.0 Web 2.0-3.0 Individual Community
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  • 33. Barriers to Technology • Cost • Moore’s Law • Singularity • Teacher Acceptance • Net Gen Enters Workforce • 5+ Year Integration • Policy - Rethink
  • 34. Netbased Software Category Traditional Alternative (Web Based) Office Apps MS Office Google Apps Image Storage IPhoto Flickr Mind Mapping Inspiration Intel Thinking Tools Collaboration Physical Moodle 2.0
  • 35. Netbased Software Category Traditional Alternative (Web Based) Office Apps MS Office Google Apps Image Storage IPhoto Flickr Mind Mapping Inspiration Intel Thinking Tools Collaboration Physical Moodle 2.0
  • 36. Netbased Software Category Traditional Alternative (Web Based) Office Apps MS Office Google Apps Image Storage IPhoto Flickr Mind Mapping Inspiration Intel Thinking Tools Collaboration Physical Moodle 2.0
  • 37. Netbased Software Category Traditional Alternative (Web Based) Office Apps MS Office Google Apps Image Storage IPhoto Flickr Mind Mapping Inspiration Intel Thinking Tools Collaboration Physical Moodle 2.0
  • 38. Netbased Software Category Traditional Alternative (Web Based) Office Apps MS Office Google Apps Image Storage IPhoto Flickr Mind Mapping Inspiration Intel Thinking Tools Collaboration Physical Moodle 2.0
  • 39. Netbased Software Free Category Traditional Alternative (Web Based) Office Apps MS Office Google Apps Image Storage IPhoto Flickr Mind Mapping Inspiration Intel Thinking Tools Collaboration Physical Moodle 2.0
  • 40. Moodle Site Sizes Source: moodle.org
  • 41. Application Take Away A Successful blended approach can empower more learners to succeed.
  • 42. Moodle Layout
  • 43. Moodle Layout Header
  • 44. Moodle Layout Header
  • 45. Assessments in Moodle • Most Activity can be graded on points or scale. • Everything is recorded in the context of the activity.
  • 46. Activities • Assignments • Chat • Choice • Database • Forum • Glossary • Lesson • Quiz
  • 47. B Creating A Quiz Quiz Builder Types of Questions Type Moodle Graded Ease of Set Up Multiple Choice Yes True/False Yes Matching Yes Short Answer Yes Embedded Answer Yes Essay No Numerical Yes Calculated Yes
  • 48. C Quiz Results Quiz Results Results -> Overview
  • 49. C Quiz Results Quiz Results Attempt -> Details
  • 50. Security - Basics • Server Authentication • Course Authentication • Groups • Created on the fly or assigned • Segmented Activities • Roles
  • 51. MOODLE ROAD MAP
  • 52. Moodle Sites are World Wide
  • 53. Policy • Safe Harbor vs. Safe Islands • Communication in a classroom vs. Communication to the World. • Authenticate Education means Real World Wesley Fryer
  • 54. Policy vs. Authentic Education • Students have to be allowed to communicate with the tools that they are using. • Students have to be able to construct. • Students have to be able to collaborate. Policy should be for security not limitations.
  • 55. Policy • Students are using technology at home, after school, and in your classrooms. • Teachers can teach etiquette in a controlled environment. • Moodle can provide that environment.
  • 56. MOODLE RESOURCES
  • 57. Resources • Moodle.org • Shared Resources • Q&A Forums
  • 58. HOSTING Training Support and Programming On-Line Courses On Site Custom Solutions
  • 59. www.remote-learner.net
  • 60. Moodle Networking Introduced in 1.9 Designed to provide networking of Moodle Sites within an organization
  • 61. Moodle Networks High School Moodle Co-Enrollment Co-Enrollment Middle College School Authentication Moodle Moodle
  • 62. Moodle Networks Texas Middle Florida Middle School Shared School Moodle Course Moodle Authentication Authentication TCEA Coloodle