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    • Moodle & Student Engagement – Theory & practice Moodle And Student Engagement – Theory and practice Yong Liu
    • Moodle & Student Engagement – Theory & practice
    • Moodle & Student Engagement – Theory & practice
    • Moodle & Student Engagement – Theory & practice Existing learning New learning Cognitivist Constructivism
    • Moodle & Student Engagement – Theory & practice EVALUATION -- (judge, critically appraise ) • Make a judgment • Comparing and contrasting • Evaluation SYNTHESIS -- (create, design, invent ) • Solve problem • Write essay • Design • Give constructive suggestions • Design a policy or strategy or device •Hypothesis • Create new ideas ANALYSIS -- (consider the parts separately) • Analyze a situation, experiment • Classify • Compare • Give reasons • Give causes and effects APPLICATION -- (do it after being shown how) • Apply • Calculate • Use • Punctuate COMPREHENSION • Explain • Classify • Interpret • Describe KNOWLEDGE • State • Define • Recall • Describe Low-order skills Fully functional knowledge High cognitive demand Low cognitive demand
    • Moodle & Student Engagement – Theory & practice Application Synthesis There are 10 lollipops in one basket and 8 cookies in another basket as gifts. Each student took one gift from one of the two baskets. At last, both baskets are empty and each student got a gift. How many students are there?
    • Moodle & Student Engagement – Theory & practice
    • Moodle & Student Engagement – Theory & practice
    • Moodle & Student Engagement – Theory & practice
    • Moodle & Student Engagement – Theory & practice
    • Moodle & Student Engagement – Theory & practice
    • Moodle & Student Engagement – Theory & practice
    • Moodle & Student Engagement – Theory & practice
    • Moodle & Student Engagement – Theory & practice Yong Liu yliu@unitec.ac.nz http://www.slideshare.net/yong_liu/moodle-and-student-engagement