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Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
Using Moodle For Projects
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  • 1. APAC CONVENTION 2009
  • 2. USING MOODLE FOR PROJECTS Mònica Castanyer i Mora Montse Paradeda i Camós APAC CONVENTION 2009
  • 3. USING MOODLE FOR PROJECTS <ul><li>What’s Moodle? </li></ul><ul><li>Our Moodle. </li></ul><ul><li>Projects using Moodle. </li></ul><ul><li>How to create the projects. </li></ul>APAC CONVENTION 2009
  • 4. What’s Moodle? APAC CONVENTION 2009 The result of a PhD Thesis by Martin Dougiamas
  • 5. is a free software package for anyone to download, use, share and improve. Open Source What’s Moodle? APAC CONVENTION 2009
  • 6. What’s Moodle? Moodle is used by… APAC CONVENTION 2009
  • 7. Slide by Alja Sulcic
  • 8. Slide by Alja Sulcic
  • 9. Slide by Alja Sulcic
  • 10. What’s Moodle? Moodle is designed using pedagogical principles… APAC CONVENTION 2009
  • 11. Imagine Moodle as a platform that comes with a great set of bricks. Slide by Tomaz Lasic
  • 12. On this platform, we can have different foundations (called courses ). This is where we put our bricks on ( activities, resources, modules, plugins, blocks, filters ). Slide by Tomaz Lasic
  • 13. We can arrange the bricks that fit in any way that suits our educational and/or business purpose. Slide by Tomaz Lasic
  • 14. We decide who gets in and does what in our courses … and for that reason we have roles: Admin can do, see &amp; edit anything on the site Teacher can do, see &amp; edit anything in their course Student can do, see &amp; edit in course as assigned by teacher Guest can only look in to parts allowed Permissions for parent or any other role can be specified... Slide by Tomaz Lasic
  • 15. What’s Moodle? APAC CONVENTION 2009 Moodle allows us : to build collaborative learning. to deliver and collect content to students . to assess learning. to have restricted access (only the learning community) and to give different roles to the members.
  • 16. APAC CONVENTION 2009 For further information on http :// www.moodle.org http://www.slideshare.net/moodlefan http://www.slideshare.net/ialja What’s Moodle?
  • 17. Moodle @ Projects? APAC CONVENTION 2009 ICT PROJECTS
  • 18. Moodle @ Projects!! APAC CONVENTION 2009 motivating positive feedback .mp3 .jpg .mswmm .ppt portfolio collaborative learning restricted access creativity
  • 19. Our Moodle http://ftp.escolagem.cat/moodle
  • 20. Our Moodle APAC CONVENTION 2009 Links to web pages Youtube videos Forums Video projects Choices
  • 21. APAC CONVENTION 2009 Weekly proverb Canteen Sports Teachers room RSS feed Flickr Students’ room Meeting point News
  • 22. Our Projects APAC CONVENTION 2009 IRREGULAR VERBS ST. GEORGE’S BOOK VIDEOS (ROUTINES) MONSTER’S ROUTINES GUINNESS WORLD’S RECORDS
  • 23. IRREGULAR VERBS APAC CONVENTION 2009 GROUPS : 2/3 students. TASK : Work with ten irregular verbs. PHOTOS OR PICTURES : Draw or find pictures to illustrate the actions. TOOL USED: Windows movie maker. BEFORE Go-went-gone Fly-flew –flown Bite-bit-bitten Cost-cost-cost See-saw-seen Bet-bet-bet Eat-ate-eaten Flashcards Chants Bingo
  • 24. IRREGULAR VERBS APAC CONVENTION 2009 GROUPS : 2/3 students. TASK : Work with ten irregular verbs. PHOTOS OR PICTURES : Draw or find pictures to illustrate the actions NOW
  • 25. IRREGULAR VERBS APAC CONVENTION 2009 s T s s s s T s s s s s Before Moodle With Moodle
  • 26. SAINT GEORGE’S BOOK APAC CONVENTION 2009 GROUPS: 2/3 students. TASK: Write two endings for each chapter of the legend. GRAMMAR: the past / conditionals. PHOTOS OR PICTURES: Draw or find pictures to illustrate the text. TOOL: Mixbook. BEFORE NOW
  • 27. SAINT GEORGE’S BOOK APAC CONVENTION 2009 Before Moodle With Moodle  collaborative learning   on paper / computer   one paperwork per group/ personal copy in the portfolio  new   deals with diversity   peer assessment   improvement through comparison   artistic skills needed can be shown   time spent on the project
  • 28. VIDEOS -ROUTINES APAC CONVENTION 2009 GROUPS : 3/4 students. TASK : Record their own daily routines. GRAMMAR : Simple present (affirmative/negative) and time. TOOL: Video files.
  • 29. VIDEOS -ROUTINES APAC CONVENTION 2009 Before Moodle With Moodle Projects handed in different supports: CD-roms DVD CAMERAS Many needed help to record the project to a DVD/CD-rom... Students can easily learn to upload any type of file. The projects can be seen at any time by any student. The projects can be graded and commented by the teacher and sent to each student.
  • 30. grading APAC CONVENTION 2009
  • 31. MY MONSTER’S DAY APAC CONVENTION 2009 GROUPS : 2 students. TASK : Write the routines of a monster or a fantasy character. GRAMMAR : Simple present (affirmative/negative) everyday actions. TOOL: Forum in Moodle.
  • 32. MY MONSTER’S DAY APAC CONVENTION 2009 The forum is used to ask for more information about the other students’ projects. The teacher gives positive feedback.
  • 33. MY MONSTER’S DAY APAC CONVENTION 2009 The forum is used to ask for more information about the other students’ projects. The teacher gives positive feedback. Teachers can correct and edit the students’ work. Students interact spontaneously.
  • 34. GUINNESS WORLD RECORD APAC CONVENTION 2009 GROUPS : Individual work. TASK : Invent a world record using one of the adjectives given. GRAMMAR : The superlative. TOOL: Open Office + Mixbook. The man with the longest nose Guinness World Record
  • 35. GUINNESS WORLD RECORD APAC CONVENTION 2009 We collect all the projects and we make an e-book per class.
  • 36. APAC CONVENTION 2009 How many times have you heard that kids are “digital natives” and adults are “digital immigrants” … and as digital immigrants, we will always “speak with an accent” -… “ Kids are natives in a place that most adults are immigrants ” (Elizabeth Weil, adapted by Marc Prensky )
  • 37. APAC CONVENTION 2009 mon [email_address] Mòn ica Castanyer Mon tse Paradeda
  • 38. APAC CONVENTION 2009 … and now, the long-awaited…
  • 39. APAC CONVENTION 2009 … coffee break ! Thanks ;-)

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