Week 4 Beginner's Moodle


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Setting up a grade book in Moodle as well as grading in Moodle is covered in this presentation.

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Week 4 Beginner's Moodle

  1. 1. Beginner’s Moodle – Week 4<br />Surveys, Enrolling and Grades, Oh My!<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  2. 2. Discussion and debriefing of<br />successes, failures and questions<br />Surveys / Enrolling / Grade<br />Book / Practice<br />Agenda for Week 4<br />4:00-4:20<br />4:20-5:00<br />Grading / Quizzes / Move to<br />room 228 <br />5:00-5:45<br />Practice / Making our Moodle Site<br />look Like a Web Page<br />5:45-6:15<br />Course Evaluations / Dismissal / <br />THANK YOU!<br />6:15-6:30<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  3. 3. Survey or Choice in Moodle<br />
  4. 4. Adding a Survey to Your Course<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  5. 5. Survey in Moodle<br /><ul><li>There are three types of surveys:</li></ul>1. COLLES: (Online Learning Environment Survey)<br /> • Set of 24 statements<br /> • Ask about relevance of course, opportunities for reflection and interactivity, provides peer and tutor support<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  6. 6. COLLES (Constructivist On-Line Learning Environment Survey)<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  7. 7. Survey in Moodle<br />There are three types of surveys:<br />2. ATTLS (Attitudes to Thinking and Learning Survey)<br /> • Seeks to measure thr quality of interaction within a course<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  8. 8. ATTLS (Attitudes to Thinking and Learning Survey)<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  9. 9. Survey in Moodle<br />There are three types of surveys:<br />3. Critical Incidents<br /> • Asks students to consider recent events and answer questions about their relationship to those events.<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  10. 10. Critical Incidents:<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  11. 11. Enrolling students on Moodle<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  12. 12. Enrolling Students in Moodle<br />
  13. 13. Create a “Group” in Moodle<br /><ul><li>Go to the “Administration” </li></ul> block<br /><ul><li>Click on “Groups”
  14. 14. Now the screen will look like </li></ul> this dialogue box.<br /><ul><li>Click on “Create group” and </li></ul> name your class.<br /><ul><li>Now you have a class to enroll </li></ul> your students in.<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  15. 15. Steps to enrolling in Moodle<br /><ul><li>Be sure editing is on
  16. 16. Go to the “Administration Block” and click on “Assign roles”
  17. 17. Go to “Assign students”
  18. 18. Using the “Search” option find the student in the “potential users” column and move the student to “existing users”
  19. 19. Do this until all students are enrolled in your class.</li></ul>by Debby Caven<br />
  20. 20. Practice Time!!!!<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  21. 21. Grading on Moodle<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  22. 22. Gradebook and Grading in Moodle<br />
  23. 23. Steps to Set Up Your Gradebook<br />Be sure that your editing is on<br />Go to the Administration block and click on “Grades”.<br />You will now see the “Grader Report”<br />Watch the live demonstration for Touching Spirit Bear<br />Pay special note to how you grade a “Forum” versus a “Journal assignment”.<br />Play with “Choose and Action”<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  24. 24. Practice Time!<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  25. 25. Creating a Quizin Moodle<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  26. 26. Creating a Quiz in Moodle<br />
  27. 27. Setting Up a Moodle Quiz<br />Be sure editing is turned on<br />Go to add an “Activity” and release on “Quiz”.<br />In the “Name” block, type a name for your quiz that your students will see, and click on.<br />In the “Description” block, enter a description of the quiz.<br />Select your options for the quiz in the boxes that follow—if in doubt, leave them the way they are!<br />See the table on the next page<br />
  28. 28. Quiz Settings<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  29. 29. Quiz Settings (continued)<br />
  30. 30. Setting Up a Moodle Quiz (cont.)<br />Click on Save and display<br />You’ll get the quiz question on the screen, in two parts.<br />What Just Happened?<br />We have just set up the front page of the <br />Moodle quiz.We have decided how the quiz<br />will be presented as well as the feedback <br />students will receive. We still need to add <br />our questions!<br />
  31. 31. The Quiz Questions Screen<br />Quiz Questions Screen is in Two Parts:<br />Questions will be displayed on the left and <br />the right is a storage area for the questions.<br />
  32. 32. A Multiple-Choice Question<br />Click under “Create new”, and choose ”Multiple Choice”.<br />In the “Name” block, give the question a name.<br />In the “Question text” block, type in the actual question.<br />In the “Choice” sections, enter the alternative answers.<br />For the correct answer, change the “Grade” to 100%.<br />Save the question.<br />In the question bank, click on the arrow next to the question to move it over to the left side.<br />
  33. 33. Making a True/False Question<br />Click on “Create New” and choose “True/False”.<br />In “Question name bloc, give your question a descriptive name.<br />In the “Question text” block, type in your question.<br />In the “Correct answer” decide if the statement is True or False and indicate this accordingly.<br />Add “Feedback” if you opted for it.<br /> Save the question.<br />Move it to the left-hand side of the quiz.<br />
  34. 34. Creating a Matching Question<br />Click on “Create new”, and choose “Matching”.<br />In the “Question name” block, give your question a descriptive name.<br />In the “Question text” block, explan what they have to match up.<br />For each question, type a simple question in the “Question” block and in the “Answer” field,type the answer. You need a minimum of three question/answer pairs for the matches to work.<br />Save the question.<br />Add it to the quiz area, in way similar to how you did the previous questions.<br />
  35. 35. What Just Happened?<br /><ul><li>We have a Moodle quiz with three different types of questions.
  36. 36. We set it up first and then added questions, one by one choosing the type we wanted.
  37. 37. The questions can be used again and may be accessed by any teacher in that course.</li></ul>by Debby Caven<br />
  38. 38. A Student’s View of a Quiz in Moodle<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  39. 39. Using Quiz Data in Moodle<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  40. 40. Practice Time!<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  41. 41. Creating Hyperlinks to our Pages in Moodle<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  42. 42. Making Your Moodle Site Interactive<br />
  43. 43. Making Your Moodle Site Appear More Like a Web Page<br />Turn editing on<br />Close all topics except for #1.<br />Copy the URL<br />Click on “Add an HTML block”<br />Title your dialogue box “Table of Contents<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  44. 44. Making Your Moodle Site Appear More Like a Web Page<br />6. Add whatever titles you want to appear in your Table of Contents<br />7. Highlight your title<br />8. Click on link and paste in URL<br />9. Continue the process until all weeks are hyperlinked<br />by Debby Caven<br />
  45. 45. Questions?<br />by Debby Caven<br />