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  • 1. Moodle Academy TCEA 2011 Molly Valdez, SAISD
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      • What Do You Want To Do With Your Moodle?
        • Is it simply practice or part of your discipline?
        • Are you saving time?
        • Can do your students make anything?
        • Can they create a “whole” something alone?
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    • What Do They Want To Do?
      • I ndividualize their learning experience
      • Have choice of how to explore and reconnect data
      • Use their generational experience with media
      • Work in a communities and/or social arenas
      • Expression through nonlinear, associational, or metaphorical representations
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    • from linear to hypermedia
    • from instruction to construction and discovery
    • from teacher-centered to learner-centered education
    • from absorbing material to learning how to navigate and how to learn
    • from school to lifelong learning
    • from one-size-fits-all to customized learning
    • from learning as torture to learning as fun
    • from the teacher as transmitter to the teacher as facilitator
  • 6. Observation: Teacher Habits Teachers are moving in the right direction when they move learning online, especially in Moodle. When a teacher starts adding to a Moodle, the teacher usually does a "quick dump" of resources, ideas, and activities into the Moodle. This ends up being a large list of things. This is okay as a first step. After all, there has to be a place to start and items to work with. A second look at a Moodle may result in clustering around topics or time factors. Again, this is a great way to start creating a learning experience for the students. Much more is need to have a great experience, however; once the basic pieces are available in the Moodle, the teacher's next step is to mold those pieces into a learning cycle that is appropriate for the students.
  • 7. New Information Applying Skills Evaluation Options Social Activity Quick Review Standardized Q. Vocabulary Access Resource A Group Activity Portfolio Item Resource B Individual Activity Presentation Item Activity Self Reflection Resource C Activity
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