Moodle is a software in which you can download into a computer to make a personal website, or online classroom.
Screenshot of what moodle looks like.Assignments, quizzes, discussion boards, and calendars are just some of the features.
While the traditional way of teaching through books and papers will always be efficient. I think it is time to eliminate some of the books and papers that we can just have for us online. Kids lose papers and rip books. Using Moodle, we can have everything ready on the website for them and for us.
What’s the difference?
Another great feature about Moodle is that it is able to grade papers. Teachers lose papers sometimes or make a mistake on the grading. With Moodle, the program is able to grade the papers for us and we are able to focus on working with the students more.
With Moodle the students will become more computer friendly!Less paper and materials will be wasted because many of it will be available online!The students will be more prepared when using a software when they are in college like many of them do.Teachers will have a place where all of their materials can go and be more organized
Bolanos final presentation
MoodleTeachers for Online
Retrieved from www.uno.edu/moodleWhat is Moodle?
Website created Assignments and quizzes Grading Discussion Board Plug-insHow it works?
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