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Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
Distance Education with Moodle Day 1
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Distance Education with Moodle Day 1

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We will look at student engagement: …

We will look at student engagement:

How it is supported from the research base

Social Constructivism and how Moodle is designed to support this philosophy.

How do we integrate Assessment FOR learning and Differentiation?

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  • 10 minutes (20 people @ 20 sec ish)Show of hands, how many people are: k-12UniversityITAlbertaCanadaOutside of Canada
  • 10 minutes (20 people @ 20 sec ish)Show of hands, how many people are: k-12UniversityITAlbertaCanadaOutside of Canada
  • 5 minutes
  • 5 minutes
  • 5 minutes
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  • Research base, working together….. Same page with intentions
  • Relationships are the foundation – time is needed to build trust
  • Respect is needed for time and contributions of each and every member
  • Teachers need to have ownership of the activities of the community
  • An atmosphere of openness and acceptance is necessary for all members
  • “Check egos at the door” to allow for real sharing
  • Summary of all points(all points in 5 mins)
  • Moodle course = Choice Math 30 = self checksArt 10/20/30 = lessonMath 10-3 = questionnaire (pre and post assessment)Math 8 = glossaryMoodle emphasis on interactivityTrying to have students as creators, give students control over their learning therefore require students to be responsible for their own learning20 minutes
  • Students both in our on-line school and in a technology mediated classroom environment. Students have access to high quality on-line courses on their Moodle site (24/7) in addition to classroom instruction
  • Groups of 3 again – comment on slide10 minutes
  • Transcript

    • 1. Distance Education with Moodle<br />Joan Coy<br />Principal PAVE<br />PWSD#76<br />
    • 2. To get started this morning…<br />Please add 1 idea to each of the two statements about distance education<br /> <br />http://popplet.com/app/#/23369<br /> <br />Log in with:<br />Email: debootcamp@hzsd.ca <br />Password: horizon<br />
    • 3. Introductions<br />Please share the following information<br /><ul><li>Birthplace
    • 4. Your educational role
    • 5. A hobby
    • 6. Your name</li></li></ul><li>Questions are welcome at anytime…<br />
    • 7. Day 1 - The Research Base<br />We will look at student engagement<br />How it is supported from the research base<br /><ul><li>Social Constructivism and how Moodle is designed to support this philosophy.
    • 8. How do we integrate Assessment FOR learning and Differentiation?
    • 9. How does that affect student engagement?</li></li></ul><li>Day 2 Moodle Tools & Design<br /><ul><li>Moodle Resources & Blocks - how we provide information to our students
    • 10. Instructional Design to create an effective lesson
    • 11. How Moodle Activities can facilitate interactive learning
    • 12. Collaboration among learners - the social part of learning</li></li></ul><li>Student engagement - safe<br />
    • 13. Student engagement - explanation<br />
    • 14. Student engagement - project<br />
    • 15. Student engagement - reflection<br />
    • 16. Student engagement - differentiation<br />
    • 17. Engaging our Students<br />An emotionally safe learning environment<br />A culture of explanation instead of ‘right answer’<br />Project based learning<br />Assessment FOR Learning Self checks & Reflection<br />Respecting Learner Differences<br />
    • 18. Martin’s Five Laws – ACID Test!<br />In groups of about 3-ish, please take 15 minutes to do the following:<br />Choose one of Martin’s Five Laws and respond:<br />A = We agree – give reasons<br />C = Contemplating it’s use – explain how<br />I = We find this interesting – explain why<br />D= We disagree – give reasons<br />Share!<br />
    • 19. Break Time<br />
    • 20. Research Base<br />
    • 21. Assessment OF Learning<br />
    • 22. Assessment FOR Learning<br />
    • 23. Differentiation<br />
    • 24. Research Base<br />
    • 25. Aligned Improvement<br />The team of teachers, administrators, IT and central office working together…<br />gives a much higher chance of success<br />Lisa Miller<br />Aligned Acts of Improvement<br />Goals<br />Student Achievement<br />System Performance<br />
    • 26. Effective learning communities - Relationships<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/divemasterking2000/2156349505/<br />
    • 27. Effective learning communities Respect<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/courosa/3677605158<br />
    • 28. Effective learning communities Ownership<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/lagohsep/4626873569<br />
    • 29. Effective learning communities Open/accepting<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/calvinfornia/4740637825<br />
    • 30. Effective learning communities No egos<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/carlo-arioli/1657433876/<br />
    • 31. Effective learning communities <br />Relationships are the foundation – time is needed to build trust<br />Respect is needed for time and contributions of each and every member<br />Teachers need to have ownership of the activities of the community<br />An atmosphere of openness and acceptance is necessary for all members<br />“Check egos at the door” to allow for real sharing<br />
    • 32. Lunch Time<br />
    • 33. Welcome Back!<br />
    • 34. Checklist – Effective Distance Learning<br />Go to the same groups from this morning<br />Appoint a spokesperson<br />You have a checklist labeled Column A and Column B of parallel statements<br />Choose a statement from either A or B for each set that suits your environment<br />In your group, identify:<br />The easiest choice – why?<br />The hardest choice – why?<br />Report back to the main group<br />
    • 35. Take a look at a designed lesson<br />Course organized into modules<br />Each module consists of 6 or 7 lessons<br />Each lesson deals with 2 to 3 outcomes<br />Interactivity<br />Self checks<br />Lesson assignments<br />One project per module<br />Integrated into each lesson<br />
    • 36. E-Community Site<br />The E-Community site is for students<br />http://ecommunity.pwsd76.ab.ca<br />
    • 37. Jigsaw – Instructional Design<br />Form 6 groups of 5 people in each<br />Each group needs a recorder & flip chart<br />Each group needs a subject matter expert (SME)<br />In 15minutes, from your handout:<br />Why is this section critical to learners?<br />How can we do this in Moodle?<br />SME – two 1minute reports to other groups<br />
    • 38. Jigsaw – Instructional Design<br />Round One<br />Round Two<br />
    • 39. Jigsaw – Instructional Design<br />Refine and priorize flip chart points<br />Share main three main points from your flip chart with the whole group<br />
    • 40. Break Time<br />
    • 41. Instructional Design<br />Find a lesson you want to improve<br />Or<br />Start a new lesson<br />Think about the kinds of changes you want to make<br />Share ideas <br />
    • 42. Interview<br />What is one thing you found interesting today?<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/tncountryfan/5189758580<br />

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