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Moodle Introduction

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  • 1. CPD1 October 25th 2012MOODLE Getting started with Moodle as a Virtual Learning Platform
  • 2. Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment
  • 3. Staff Portal WebsiteONLINEVirtual Learning Environment
  • 4. VLEVirtual Learning Environment
  • 5. Virtual Learning Environment MOODLE
  • 6. LEARNING MOODLE
  • 7. Why useMoodle?
  • 8. “   When used correctly, E-learning technology has the potential to revolutionise the way we teach and how we learn. -- (DfES, 2003)
  • 9. “   When used correctly, E-learning technology has the potential to revolutionise the way we teach and how we learn. -- (DfES, 2003)
  • 10. “   When used correctly, E-learning technology has the potential to revolutionise the way we teach and how we learn. -- (DfES, 2003)
  • 11. To Radically Change
  • 12. Remember
  • 13. Recently
  • 14. NOW
  • 15. “   Virtual Learning Environments are changing the learning experiences of school children, opening up opportunities for them to study from other places rather than the classroom. -- (Boulton, 2008)
  • 16. Confidence, Knowledge , Collaboration, TimeOUTCOMES
  • 17. Confidence, Knowledge , Collaboration, TimeOUTCOMES Multimedia , Interaction, Engagement
  • 18. Interactive Activities (SE) – Basics of using Moodle (MW)WORKSHOPAssessment Manager (PE) – Monitoring Progress & Hot Potatoes (LAS)
  • 19. Group  1   Group  2   Group  3   Group  4  Humani(es,     English,   Maths,     Science,    Music,   Technology,     Art,     Sport,    Fazila  Yusuf.   Marc  Smith.   Learning  Support,   Ruth  Hargreaves,             Lois  Middleton,   Shelia  Brewer.           Pam  TaBersall.               H6   H4   G10       H1  

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