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Moodle Pedagogy, at Online Educa 2009

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  • 1. Martin Dougiamas Moodle Founder and Lead Developer Executive Director, Moodle Pty Ltd
  • 2. Seeking quality in pedagogy via community-driven open source development Martin Dougiamas Moodle Founder and Lead Developer Executive Director, Moodle Pty Ltd
  • 3. Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 4. Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 5. Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 6. Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 7. Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 8. 1000km Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 9. Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 10. Pedagogical Referent 1. All of us are potential teachers as well as learners - in a true collaborative environment we are both 2. We learn particularly well from the act of creating or expressing something for others to see 3. We learn a lot by just observing the activity of our peers 4. By understanding the contexts of others, we can teach in a more transformational way (constructivism) 5. A learning environment needs to be flexible and adaptable, so that it can quickly respond to the needs of the participants within it Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 11. Basic concept Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 12. Basic concept People + Software Tools Teaching Improving Community Ideally with skilled facilitators Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 13. Open Source Software Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 14. Open Source Software Basic rights for everyone Free to download Free to use Free to explore, modify and extend Free to distribute (under GPL) And you are also... Free to help with development Free to choose your service supplier Free to run a business using it Free to use something else! Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 15. Learning Platform Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 16. Learning Platform Repositories SIS User contributions Portfolios Authentication Course design Mods Modules Payment Conferencing Moodle Core Reports Plagiarism Open Source Other Systems Course Management System (Open Source or Proprietary) Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 17. Statistics 45,000 registered verified sites in 210 countries Registered sites contain 30 million users, 3 million courses and 1.2 million teachers At least 500 sites have more than 10,000 users Interface translated into 75 languages 54 specialised Moodle Partners Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 18. Statistics 45,000 registered verified sites in 210 countries Registered sites contain 30 million users, 3 million courses and 1.2 million teachers At least 500 sites have more than 10,000 users Interface translated into 75 languages 54 specialised Moodle Partners Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 19. Environments Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 20. Environments 33% 28% 13% 9% 4% 14% University Secondary School Company Independent Primary school Other Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 21. Locations Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 22. Locations 7805 3819 2873 2580 2065 1797 1302 1107 970 934 USA Spain UK Brazil Germany Portugal Mexico Australia Italy Canada Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 23. Our Community Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 24. Our Community Votes and Bug Discussion Ideas reports moodle.org Quality Priorities Information Open Source Code Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 25. Moodle Forums Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 26. Moodle Docs Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 27. Tracker Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 28. Moodle Moots Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 29. Moodle Moots Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 30. Moodle Economics Software Moodle.org Development, Discussion, Free Documentation etc Support etc moodle.com Funded by Royalties Developer Active User Community Community (250) (50,000+) 54 Support Companies Worldwide Institutions, companies and individuals needing commercial services Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 31. Pedagogy Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 32. Pedagogy 1. Publishing content (Resource, SCORM) Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 33. Pedagogy 2. Provide a passive Forum 1. Publishing content (Resource, SCORM) Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 34. Pedagogy 3. Use interactive Quizzes and Assignments 2. Provide a passive Forum 1. Publishing content (Resource, SCORM) Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 35. Pedagogy 4. Wikis, Glossaries, Databases (collaboration) 3. Use interactive Quizzes and Assignments 2. Provide a passive Forum 1. Publishing content (Resource, SCORM) Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 36. Pedagogy 5. Facilitate discussions in the Forum. Questions! 4. Wikis, Glossaries, Databases (collaboration) 3. Use interactive Quizzes and Assignments 2. Provide a passive Forum 1. Publishing content (Resource, SCORM) Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 37. Pedagogy 6. Combine the activities into sequences 5. Facilitate discussions in the Forum. Questions! 4. Wikis, Glossaries, Databases (collaboration) 3. Use interactive Quizzes and Assignments 2. Provide a passive Forum 1. Publishing content (Resource, SCORM) Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 38. Pedagogy 7. Introduce external activities and games 6. Combine the activities into sequences 5. Facilitate discussions in the Forum. Questions! 4. Wikis, Glossaries, Databases (collaboration) 3. Use interactive Quizzes and Assignments 2. Provide a passive Forum 1. Publishing content (Resource, SCORM) Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 39. Pedagogy 8. Use Survey tools and logs to study / reflect 7. Introduce external activities and games 6. Combine the activities into sequences 5. Facilitate discussions in the Forum. Questions! 4. Wikis, Glossaries, Databases (collaboration) 3. Use interactive Quizzes and Assignments 2. Provide a passive Forum 1. Publishing content (Resource, SCORM) Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 40. Pedagogy 9. Give students more power (structure/grades) 8. Use Survey tools and logs to study / reflect 7. Introduce external activities and games 6. Combine the activities into sequences 5. Facilitate discussions in the Forum. Questions! 4. Wikis, Glossaries, Databases (collaboration) 3. Use interactive Quizzes and Assignments 2. Provide a passive Forum 1. Publishing content (Resource, SCORM) Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 41. Pedagogy 10. Active research, communities of practice! 9. Give students more power (structure/grades) 8. Use Survey tools and logs to study / reflect 7. Introduce external activities and games 6. Combine the activities into sequences 5. Facilitate discussions in the Forum. Questions! 4. Wikis, Glossaries, Databases (collaboration) 3. Use interactive Quizzes and Assignments 2. Provide a passive Forum 1. Publishing content (Resource, SCORM) Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 42. “Corporate” users Source: eLearning Guild What they like about Moodle 360° LMS Report, 2008 Easy to use for learners, teachers and admins Ability to support different modes of learning Support for content standards (SCORM, AICC) Open source allows customisation Support for “Web 2.0” features (wikis, blogs, etc) Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 43. “Corporate” users Some things they still need: Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 44. “Corporate” users Some things they still need: Competency tracking Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 45. “Corporate” users Some things they still need: Competency tracking Continuous Professional Development Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 46. “Corporate” users Some things they still need: Competency tracking Continuous Professional Development Easily customisable reports Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 47. “Corporate” users Some things they still need: Competency tracking Continuous Professional Development Easily customisable reports Site-wide groups Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 48. “Corporate” users Some things they still need: Competency tracking Continuous Professional Development Easily customisable reports Site-wide groups All of these are useful for more than just corporate users All of these have been solved outside of Moodle core All of these have been solved by other LMS systems Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 49. Moodle Roadmap The likelihood some feature will get included in Moodle is a function of : Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 50. Moodle Roadmap The likelihood some feature will get included in Moodle is a function of : How much it supports our pedagogical focus Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 51. Moodle Roadmap The likelihood some feature will get included in Moodle is a function of : How much it supports our pedagogical focus Number of votes from existing users Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 52. Moodle Roadmap The likelihood some feature will get included in Moodle is a function of : How much it supports our pedagogical focus Number of votes from existing users Can it be developed in a generic way to help many Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 53. Moodle Roadmap The likelihood some feature will get included in Moodle is a function of : How much it supports our pedagogical focus Number of votes from existing users Can it be developed in a generic way to help many How long it will take to develop Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 54. Moodle Roadmap The likelihood some feature will get included in Moodle is a function of : How much it supports our pedagogical focus Number of votes from existing users Can it be developed in a generic way to help many How long it will take to develop Is it easier just to integrate with something existing Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 55. Moodle Roadmap The likelihood some feature will get included in Moodle is a function of : How much it supports our pedagogical focus Number of votes from existing users Can it be developed in a generic way to help many How long it will take to develop Is it easier just to integrate with something existing How much developer time is available Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 56. Moodle Roadmap The likelihood some feature will get included in Moodle is a function of : How much it supports our pedagogical focus Number of votes from existing users Can it be developed in a generic way to help many How long it will take to develop Is it easier just to integrate with something existing How much developer time is available Does it blend? Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 57. Moodle 2.0 focusses on infrastructure and connectivity as a way to solve many problems Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 58. More Modularity ArandaLasch, flickr.com Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 59. More Modularity ArandaLasch, flickr.com Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 60. Web Services API SOAP External XML-RPC Server Application REST Moodle Functions (Core and Modules) AMF External Client Application Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 61. Repositories Almost any other content repository Moodle Files Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 62. Repositories Almost any other content repository Moodle Files Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 63. Portfolios Almost any other content repository Moodle Files and Pages Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 64. Portfolios Almost any other content repository Moodle Files and Pages Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 65. Community Hubs Ordinary Moodle site Building a course Taking a course Template User Community User Restore In Search Search Download E D 2 Publishing site Course Community site List C 3 Enrol cache zip Backup B A 1 Enrollable course Downloadable course Register as Register as enrollable downloadable Moodle Hub Server eg hub.moodle.org Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 66. Moodle 2.1 focusses on our learning activities Usability Affordances Thorsten Becker, flickr.com JanneM, flickr.com Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 67. Summary With internet-based learning, educators tend to replicate techniques from their experience, which may not lead to the best possible outcomes in this medium. All of us are responsible for improving the quality of internet-based education, and bravely promoting the best of what we know from educational research. Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 68. Questions? Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 69. Questions? ? ? ? ? ? ?? ? ? ? ? ? Copyright 2009 © Martin Dougiamas