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Moodle Moot 12 in Hong Kong Workshop Presentation on Moodle On line CPD courses. Words of Wisdom

Moodle Moot 12 in Hong Kong Workshop Presentation on Moodle On line CPD courses. Words of Wisdom

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  • 1. Words ofWisdomA moodle developer CPD course modelJ Mason West Island School
  • 2. Set up TasksTASK:1.Go to Words to the Wise Moodle coursepage.2.Note design brief flipped classroom task3.Acess forum on Words to Wise.
  • 3. StructureWhy Words of Wisdom?How does it work?Demonstration of a module.Feedback from trainees
  • 4. My context• ESF Moodle secondee trainer 2011-12• English Academic Purposes teacher GCSE, IB groups• Keen interest in how integration of technology can augment learning experience• Firm believer in learning by doing with help (guide on the side)• Student of MSC in Information technology in education
  • 5. Our Context- West Island School• 11-18 ESF Secondary School 1,200 students delivering IB, GCSE• Moodle introduced in 2007
  • 6. More context• Mixture of levels of expertise• Busy environment time is precious• Former failed tech innovations CLC
  • 7. Stumped by Moodle?• Lists• File repositories• Gulf between Primary and Secondary moodles• “Death by scrolling down" common.• Info push rather than learning pull - Web 1.0• Embedded resources rare• Ongoing PD on Moodle patchy• Centre Periphery model of PD not effective
  • 8. Past Imperfect (Religous)
  • 9. Enter Words of Wisdom
  • 10. Present Perfect (Maths)
  • 11. Quick Structure Demonstrationgit hub Drcheckers
  • 12. Quickstructure code
  • 13. RationaleMoodle BloomsMoving into Web 2.0
  • 14. Mashing BLOOM’s Taxonomy with• The Zone of Proximal development• STILL VALID construct and learn with a facilitator• Constuct and Connect!
  • 15. Vygotsky (1962)
  • 16. Quick Structure and Colour Coding
  • 17. Rubrics - Joyce Seitzinger
  • 18. Lionel Developer Rubric Guide
  • 19. Words of Wisdom Rubric
  • 20. Quick Structure and Colour Coding
  • 21. Course Stages o Wishlist o Consultation with moodle guy/gal o Agree module choices o Creation Time (6-10 weeks) o Using Personal sandbox course o Live coursepage o Follow ups - JIT support where necessary o Reflection/Evidence captured on Google site eportfolio template.
  • 22. Eportfolio Google Site Template
  • 23. Move up a levelProceed to the orange level..
  • 24. Sample Module - DesignEmbedding
  • 25. Now create your ownGo to your design brief.Imagine you are training yourcolleagues in using Web 2.0 toolswith a moodle coursepage.Design a suitable module forthem. See Design brief
  • 26. DESIGN BRIEFDesign a new module called "Do you know your Web 2.0?"Inside the module you will explain and demonstrate the use of a Web 2.0 tool.The elements would be o Colour ful banner image to introduce and catch eyes o Brief Blurb - explaining purpose o Resources to support this. Manuals. Guides Screencasts o Embedding a "live example" of the tool.
  • 27. sample smart module Blurb Quickstructure icon Resources TASKS Dropbox
  • 28. EvaluationLink to summary of responses
  • 29. Extra Discussion Reflect upon the strategies used in the Developer course? Could these models of Moodle developer model work in your context? Access the file here Report back to the Plenary/Q&A!