Utilising Moodle as a space for co-creative approaches to learning

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Utilising Moodle as a space for co-creative approaches to learning - Julia Fotheringham, Keith Smyth (Edinburgh Napier University)

Presented at Moodlemoot Edinburgh 2014

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Utilising Moodle as a space for co-creative approaches to learning

  1. 1. Utilising Moodle as a space for co-creative approaches to learning Keith Smyth and Julia Fotheringham Edinburgh Napier University Moodlemoot Edinburgh 2014
  2. 2. Two framing propositions While the VLE is often in the hands of the academic there is much that we can do to allow students to take creative control Placing students in the role of online creators and curators can do much to support both their learning and that of subsequent cohorts
  3. 3. Informed by the 3E Framework
  4. 4. Enhance: learners collectively create content for timely engagement with key concepts
  5. 5. Questions forums for group and peer support
  6. 6. Debates and polling
  7. 7. Extend: Student-led online seminars
  8. 8. Bringing guest experts into the classroom Online guest expert sessions are planned by students in Moodle then conducted real-time (with recordings then archived in Moodle)
  9. 9. Empower: Online collaborative research
  10. 10. Next steps in aligning 3E Framework and Moodle…
  11. 11. Thank you Keith Smyth @smythkrs k.smyth@napier.ac.uk Julia Fotheringham @juliafoth j.fotheringham@napier.ac.uk

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