What are LMS?

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  • Supports blended learning – can be used for pre and post work for face to face interaction/ classroom/ training/ teacher Encourages student interaction – KerrieEncourages teacher interaction –Not dependent on physical location – Offers diversity for users –Flexible Blank canvas
  • Supports blended learning – can be used for pre and post work for face to face interaction/ classroom/ training/ teacher Encourages student interaction – KerrieEncourages teacher interaction –Not dependent on physical location – Offers diversity for users –Flexible Blank canvas
  • Supports blended learning – can be used for pre and post work for face to face interaction/ classroom/ training/ teacher Encourages student interaction – KerrieEncourages teacher interaction –Not dependent on physical location – Offers diversity for users –Flexible Blank canvas
  • Supports blended learning – can be used for pre and post work for face to face interaction/ classroom/ training/ teacher Encourages student interaction – KerrieEncourages teacher interaction –Not dependent on physical location – Offers diversity for users –Flexible Blank canvas
  • Supports blended learning – can be used for pre and post work for face to face interaction/ classroom/ training/ teacher Encourages student interaction – KerrieEncourages teacher interaction –Not dependent on physical location – Offers diversity for users –Flexible Blank canvas
  • Supports blended learning – can be used for pre and post work for face to face interaction/ classroom/ training/ teacher Encourages student interaction – KerrieEncourages teacher interaction –Not dependent on physical location – Offers diversity for users –Flexible Blank canvas
  • Supports blended learning – can be used for pre and post work for face to face interaction/ classroom/ training/ teacher Encourages student interaction – KerrieEncourages teacher interaction –Not dependent on physical location – Offers diversity for users –Flexible Blank canvas
  • Supports blended learning – can be used for pre and post work for face to face interaction/ classroom/ training/ teacher Encourages student interaction – KerrieEncourages teacher interaction –Not dependent on physical location – Offers diversity for users –Flexible Blank canvas
  • Supports blended learning – can be used for pre and post work for face to face interaction/ classroom/ training/ teacher Encourages student interaction – KerrieEncourages teacher interaction –Not dependent on physical location – Offers diversity for users –Flexible Blank canvas
  • Supports blended learning – can be used for pre and post work for face to face interaction/ classroom/ training/ teacher Encourages student interaction – KerrieEncourages teacher interaction –Not dependent on physical location – Offers diversity for users –Flexible Blank canvas
  • Supports blended learning – can be used for pre and post work for face to face interaction/ classroom/ training/ teacher Encourages student interaction – KerrieEncourages teacher interaction –Not dependent on physical location – Offers diversity for users –Flexible Blank canvas
  • Supports blended learning – can be used for pre and post work for face to face interaction/ classroom/ training/ teacher Encourages student interaction – KerrieEncourages teacher interaction –Not dependent on physical location – Offers diversity for users –Flexible Blank canvas
  • Supports blended learning – can be used for pre and post work for face to face interaction/ classroom/ training/ teacher Encourages student interaction – KerrieEncourages teacher interaction –Not dependent on physical location – Offers diversity for users –Flexible Blank canvas
  • Supports blended learning – can be used for pre and post work for face to face interaction/ classroom/ training/ teacher Encourages student interaction – KerrieEncourages teacher interaction –Not dependent on physical location – Offers diversity for users –Flexible Blank canvas
  • Supports blended learning – can be used for pre and post work for face to face interaction/ classroom/ training/ teacher Encourages student interaction – KerrieEncourages teacher interaction –Not dependent on physical location – Offers diversity for users –Flexible Blank canvas
  • Supports blended learning – can be used for pre and post work for face to face interaction/ classroom/ training/ teacher Encourages student interaction – KerrieEncourages teacher interaction –Not dependent on physical location – Offers diversity for users –Flexible Blank canvas
  • Supports blended learning – can be used for pre and post work for face to face interaction/ classroom/ training/ teacher Encourages student interaction – KerrieEncourages teacher interaction –Not dependent on physical location – Offers diversity for users –Flexible Blank canvas
  • Supports blended learning – can be used for pre and post work for face to face interaction/ classroom/ training/ teacher Encourages student interaction – KerrieEncourages teacher interaction –Not dependent on physical location – Offers diversity for users –Flexible Blank canvas
  • Supports blended learning – can be used for pre and post work for face to face interaction/ classroom/ training/ teacher Encourages student interaction – KerrieEncourages teacher interaction –Not dependent on physical location – Offers diversity for users –Flexible Blank canvas
  • What are LMS?

    1. 1. What are Learning Management Systems? (LMS)
    2. 2. Outcomes Attendees will have a common view of the role that LMS plays in blended learning. Regional and State teams will have the capacity to utilise LMS in their teams, schools and communities. Attendees will plan and begin to develop a LAMS sequence. Individuals and teams will share ideas, goals and uses for LMS within the educational setting.
    3. 3. Appointment Clock  On a piece of blank A4 paper, draw a large analogue clock.  Move around the room, introduce yourself and fill your appointment clock.  Fill all appointment times without repeating names.  Try to have at least 9 people on your clock that you don’t know!
    4. 4. Definition - LMS A learning management system (LMS) is a software application or Web-based technology used to plan, implement, and assess a specific learning process. provides an instructor with a way to create and deliver content, monitor student participation, and assess student performance. provides students with the ability to use learning objects such as threaded discussions, video conferencing, and discussion forums.
    5. 5. Learning Objects podcasts Web 2.0 tools pictures chat quizzes slideshows websites video documents wikis journals forums mind maps
    6. 6. Types of LMS
    7. 7. Why use a LMS?  Supports blended learning  Encourages student interaction  Encourages teacher interaction  Not dependent on physical location  Offers diversity for users  Flexible – can be adapted and adjusted  Blank canvas
    8. 8. How are we using LMS? Moodle and LAMS  Providing curriculum content (DE)  Supporting curriculum content - single lessons - units of work - test revision - combining small student cohorts  Supporting teachers - developing joint teaching units across schools - developing assessment tasks - sharing resources  Consultancy - providing online courses and resources
    9. 9. Regional Moodle Servers David McLeod R/Leader - Rural & Distance Education
    10. 10. What is Moodle? (Modular Object Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment)  Martin Dougiamas Moodle is an Open Source Course Management System (CMS).  It has become very popular among educators around the world as a tool for creating online dynamic web sites for their students. To work, it needs to be installed on a web server somewhere, either on one of your own computers or one at a web hosting company. Moodle Statistics Examples Moodle authoring
    11. 11. What is LAMS? (Learning Activity Management System)  A tool for designing, managing and delivering online collaborative learning activities.  Used as a stand alone LMS or in combination with another eg. Moodle  Examples – Healthy Eating Lams community sequence examples http://lamscommunity.org/
    12. 12. Appointment Clock  On your way to morning tea meet with your 3 o’clock appointment.  Each discuss two things you know about Learning Management Systems.
    13. 13. Explore, Explore, Explore! Explore the examples of LAMS sequences and Moodle courses. Take note of the aspects you do and don’t find appealing. Ask questions, discuss with team mates, evaluate. Have fun!
    14. 14. Logging on to the server http://caprde.lamsinternational.com/moodle • All lower case for login name
    15. 15. How can LMS be used in your work environment? Think! Individually write down all the possible uses for LMS in your work environment. Pair! Meet up with your 4 o’clock appointment and share your lists. Share! Join with the closest pair and share your combined lists. Shout! Did you hear anything you thought was great?
    16. 16. Being an author in LAMS… Logging in to LAMS LAMS Tools Handout Logging in to LAMS using your Sandpit! Saving the sequence Bringing in to Moodle
    17. 17. What makes a great…? In teams of eight… Brainstorm one of the following; ① What makes a great classroom lesson? ② What makes a great online lesson? ③ What makes a great unit of work? ④ What makes a great online unit of work? ⑤ What makes a workshop? ⑥ What makes a great online workshop?
    18. 18. Planning a LAMS sequence… Working in teams of 2 or 3 (like teams) Plan a LAMS lesson/unit/workshop Template Refer to ‘What makes a great…’ and your LAMS tools
    19. 19. Appointment Clock  On your way to lunch meet with your 6 o’clock appointment.  Each discuss one thing that has challenged you today.
    20. 20. Developing a LAMS sequence… Use your planning document and the ‘What makes a great…’ brainstorms to keep you on track. Ask for assistance. Be prepared to share your sequence… Logging on to the server.
    21. 21. Appointment Clock  On your way to afternoon tea meet with your 7 o’clock appointment.  Each discuss one advantage and one disadvantage of LAMS.
    22. 22. Online support http://depod.dubboi.det.nsw.edu.au Resources available Evaluation: Zoomerang Survey
    23. 23. Appointment Clock  Meet with your 2 o’clock appointment.  Each discuss; 3 things you have learned today 2 ways you could use a LMS 1 idea to share in your educational setting
    24. 24. THANK YOU! Thanks for your participation, have a great weekend! Jodie Russell jodie.russell@det.nsw.edu.au

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