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Workshop activity

  1. 1. Engage Participants with a Moodle Workshop Activity 2012 Moodle Moot West Coast Tuesday, July 31, 1 -3 pm, Oviatt Library Lab A Presented by: Floyd E. Saner Learning Contexts, LLC http://learningcontexts.com fesaner@learningcontexts.com
  2. 2. Today’s Agenda• Introductions• Overview of the Moodle Workshop Activity• Try it! You will be a student in a Workshop• Break (somewhere in the sequence)• Build it! Create your own Workshop• Archive and download your Workshop
  3. 3. What is a Moodle Workshop? It’s just another assignment type!
  4. 4. But… it has additional features• Combined online text and file upload• Grading rubrics can be used• Multi-criteria assessments• Enhanced grading feedback• Peer and/or self assessment• ‘Publish’ exemplary submissions
  5. 5. Why Use a Workshop?Art • Students post their work; peers review and critique the work • Analysis and critique of great works of art • Students post instructions for creating art (painting, drawing, ceramics) and peers critique the instructions
  6. 6. Why Use a Workshop?Communication • Students video a speech and post the video; peers critique the speech • Students review and critique advertising • Students review and critique campus newspaper articles
  7. 7. Why Use a Workshop?English Language • Critique of essays or research papers • Analysis and critique of literature
  8. 8. Why Use a Workshop?Mathematics • Critique of problem solving method or proof • Review the life of a prominent mathematician
  9. 9. Why Use a Workshop?Sciences • Review lab procedures • Critique lab reports • Analyze and critique published research
  10. 10. Five Phases: Workshop Assignment• Setup – instructor creates the assignment; not available to students• Submission – students submit their work; can edit submitted work• Assessment – instructor and/or peers assess the submitted work• Grading Evaluation – instructor reviews grades• Closed – grades posted to the grade book

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