Presentation from one of the keynote presentations from the iMoot2013.
I Moodle, they Moodle, we all Moodle together!
A focus on Learning with Moodle.
Those of us at the iMoot know Moodle. We are probably already sold on what it can do and the benefits to education.
However, for everyday teachers who use Moodle because their organisation provides it, the term Moodle is often used as a noun - a title for a system that can be used to store content and has a wide range of features to support learning (but are not necessarily used).
This keynote looks at Moodle as a verb instead of a noun. Not the verb to ‘meander or tinker away with something’ but as a ‘doing word’ to use in the same context as the term ‘to learn’. We will look at how we can structure Moodle activities for learning rather than content and look at how we promote it to others so that it does get used for learning.
The presentation will show practical examples to illustrate some good (and not so good) practice.