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    • 1. Inductions & Tutorials Using a VLE (Moodle) What you need? Lots of People recreating the wheel and no one driving the car!!!! Who am I?
    • 2. Aims and Objectives Boring bit
      • This session will show how a VLE was used as a collaborative interactive tool during staff development to build and develop the sharing of good practice for induction and tutorials.
      • It will also show how learners contributed to the design of their own areas.
    • 3. Question 1
      • How do you or your tutors collaborate?
      • In small huddles in the staff room
      • In curriculum areas by emails
      • Cross college
      • Off the internet in the staff room while no one is looking
      • (we see you)
    • 4. Question 2
      • Where do they do this?
      • On shared drives which no one has cleared out since the last OFSTED inspection
      • By email which no one has time to check since last OFSTED or action
      • On Memory Sticks and HDD (External Of Course)
    • 5. Moodle MINT Area
      • Logo and meanings
    • 6. Moodle and supporting ECM
      • Name the outcomes required to meet ECM (at the moment this could change)
      • Focus subject matter in on required outcomes.
    • 7. Question 3
      • Why support collaborative working?
      • Makes lesson planning much easier.
      • Makes the content more meaning full.
      • Gets every one working in the same direction
      • Supports good practice
    • 8. Issues and areas of concern
      • Out of date resources
      • Broken links and connection to external sources
      • Lacks current details
      • Unrelated to students concerns.
    • 9. Reason for the area
      • LSIS Funding
      • College wide need
      • Induction and Tutorial Staff support needed.
      • Tutors needed support to offer effective tutorial and induction material and session.