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  • 1. Moving Beyond the Basics in Moodle
    Lisa Kidder
  • 2. Play Along
    slidesha.re/kiddernwelearn2011
    lckidder
    Beyond the Basics
    bit.ly/kmoodle
    bit.ly/kmoodle2
    nwteacher
    NWteacher&1
    Play with Moodle
    demo.moodle.net
    gnomio.com
    mdl2.com
  • 3. A Little About Me
  • 4. Overview
    Why and How would you use “____”
    Think about some possibilities
    Look at some little used tools
    Big picture first – then move to some of the “how to”
    Some resources at the end
  • 5. Good Practices
    Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
    Quality Matters™ (QM™)
  • 6. Universal Design for Learning
    Guidelines for creating content
    Underlying goal – turn novice learners into expert learners
    Creating curricula that meets the needs of all learners
  • 7. Quality Matters™
    Rubric designed to evaluate your overall course
    Alignment is key – activities support expected learning
    Incorporates technology appropriately
  • 8. We are going to look at specific principles from both UDL and QM™
  • 9. Navigation and Introduction
    UDL
    QM™
    Vary the methods for response and navigation. (4.1)
    Instructions make clear how to get started and where to find various course components. (1.1)
  • 10. Using Blocks & Resources for Introductions and Navigation
  • 11. Navigation
    Activities Block
    HTML Block
  • 12. Introduction
    Start Here
  • 13. Navigation and Introduction
    UDL
    QM™
    Vary the methods for response and navigation. (4.1)
    Instructions make clear how to get started and where to find various course components. (1.1)
  • 14. Student Collaboration
    UDL
    QM™
    Foster collaboration and community. (8.3)
    Learning activities provide opportunities for interaction that support active learning. (5.2)
  • 15. Using Groups to Foster Collaboration and Community
  • 16. How Can I Use Groups?
    Create groups for forums to increase student interaction and build community
    Provide a “place” for students to meet online
    Forums – asynchronous
    Chats – synchronous
    Individual groups for journals
  • 17. Adding Groups to Activities and Resources
    Groups can be used on any resource or activity.
    Groups are assigned in the Common Module section
    Click ‘Show Advanced’ for the Grouping options
  • 18. Create Groups Manually or Automatically
  • 19. Do some planning before you begin creating and using groups.If you have a class of 12 and create 6 groups of 2 for a forum…
  • 20. And then you create individual groups for a journaling activity…
  • 21. Students end up in 2 separate groups!
  • 22. The solution is groupings.
  • 23. Groupings Allow You to Create Various Sets of Groups.
  • 24. Now you can create various sizes and types of groups and assign the specific grouping to an activity.
  • 25. Adding a Grouping to Activities and Resources
    You can assign a specific grouping for the activity
    You can restrict an activity for only the selected grouping
    Click ‘Show Advanced’ for the Grouping options
  • 26. Student Collaboration
    UDL
    QM™
    Foster collaboration and community. (8.3)
    Learning activities provide opportunities for interaction that support active learning. (5.2)
  • 27. Student Engagement
    UDL
    QM™
    Illustrate through multiplemedia. (2.5)
    Activate or supply background knowledge. (3.1)
    The tools and media support student engagement and guide the student to become an active learner. (6.2)
  • 28. Using Glossaries to Foster Student Engagement
  • 29. How is the Glossary Different?
    Teacher and/or the student created
    Ratings
    Commenting
    Categories, Alphabet, Search, Tags
    Easy to Import and Export
    Link entries throughout the course
    Random glossary entry block
  • 30. Settings for a Glossary
  • 31. How Can I Use a Glossary?
    Book Reports
    FAQ
    Collection of “___”
    Course Notes
    Course Resources
    Database of Articles
    List of Useful Websites
    Language Vocabulary w/Audio & Pictures!
    Mini Research Projects
    Moodle Tips
    Student Created Quiz Questions
    Quotes
    Weekly Lists of “___”
    Rateable “___” Archive
    Important Terms
    Encyclopedia
  • 32. Random Glossary Entry Block
  • 33. Vocabulary Words - Expanded
  • 34. Student Engagement
    UDL
    QM™
    Illustrate through multiplemedia. (2.5)
    Activate or supply background knowledge. (3.1)
    The tools and media support student engagement and guide the student to become an active learner. (6.2)
  • 35. Universal Design for Learning
    Checkpoint 2.5: Illustrate through multiple media
    Checkpoint 3.1: Activate or supply background knowledge
    Checkpoint 4.1: Vary the methods for response and navigation.
    Checkpoint 8.3: Foster collaboration and community
  • 36. Quality Matters™
    1.1: Instructions make clear how to get started and where to find various course components.
    5.2:Learning activities provide opportunities for interaction that support active learning.
    6.2: The tools and media support student engagement and guide the student to become an active learner.
  • 37. Resources
    Universal Design for Learning: http://www.udlcenter.org
    Quality Matters – K12: http://www.qmprogram.org/files/QM_Standards_2011-2013.pdf
    ISU – Instructional Technology Resource Center http://isu.edu/itrc/handouts.shtml
  • 38. Resources (continued)
    Moodle.org
    Support – Documentation
    Creative Glossary Ideas: http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=54403&mode=3
    Moodle.org Forums: http://moodle.org/course/view.php?id=5
  • 39. Resources (continued some more)
    Places to play with Moodle
    demo.moodle.net
    gnomio.com
    mdl2.com