       Shulamit Kotzer
http://davidson.weizmann.ac.il/en/davidson
    91% of youth (17-13) surf the Internet       95% of children surf the internet to play       70%-77% of children do...
Good-Morning   School   Brake   School After-School   Evening   Good-night
% of           % of Youth     % of Adults                                                                                 ...
http://data.isoc.org.il/data/158 Israel Internet Association survey of students attitudes toward onlinelearning
Design                                                                     Pedagogic                                      ...
http://pegasus1.weizmann.ac.il/moodle/
5   4   3   2   1
Students responses regarding their levels of interest, understanding,              and enjoyment of learning with MOT-TEC
Quotes representing student attitudes                 regarding learning environment MOT-TECQuotes representing positive a...
Forums opening   The fivemessage           tasks    Applet for    activity
Distribution ofcomments                              *number of students who actively participated (11 students in a      ...
Content Goals         Teachers will improve their understanding and be able to teach:                      a.   Selected t...
Shulamit.kotzer@weizmann.ac.ilhttp://Pegsus1.weizmann.ac.il/moodleUser name & password : demombm
Learning and teaching with Moodle-based E-learning environments, combining learning skills and content in the fields of Ma...
Learning and teaching with Moodle-based E-learning environments, combining learning skills and content in the fields of Ma...
Learning and teaching with Moodle-based E-learning environments, combining learning skills and content in the fields of Ma...
Learning and teaching with Moodle-based E-learning environments, combining learning skills and content in the fields of Ma...
Learning and teaching with Moodle-based E-learning environments, combining learning skills and content in the fields of Ma...
Learning and teaching with Moodle-based E-learning environments, combining learning skills and content in the fields of Ma...
Learning and teaching with Moodle-based E-learning environments, combining learning skills and content in the fields of Ma...
Learning and teaching with Moodle-based E-learning environments, combining learning skills and content in the fields of Ma...
Learning and teaching with Moodle-based E-learning environments, combining learning skills and content in the fields of Ma...
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Learning and teaching with Moodle-based E-learning environments, combining learning skills and content in the fields of Math and Science & Technology

  1. 1.  Shulamit Kotzer
  2. 2. http://davidson.weizmann.ac.il/en/davidson
  3. 3.  91% of youth (17-13) surf the Internet  95% of children surf the internet to play  70%-77% of children do homework using the network  70% of children watch online videohttp://mcwtf.co.il/ McCann - Erickson guide to the world of advertising
  4. 4. Good-Morning School Brake School After-School Evening Good-night
  5. 5. % of % of Youth % of Adults Participants (ages 13-17) (ages 18+) Reading online newspaper or magazine 89.2 74.1 91.5 Viewing videos on the web 72.8 81.6 71.4 Downloading software or files 71.6 85.6 69.5 Banking operations or financial 64.1 12.7 72.0 Buying and ordering products and services 55.7 29.3 59.7 Correspondence with Instant Messaging software 53.3 83.0 51.1 Games 54.0 73.7 51.0 Listening to Radio Stations on the Internet 42.2 28.1 44.4 Participation in forums or discussion groups 35.6 42.5 34.6 Uploading photos or videos to share with others 34.4 46.4 32.5 Making voice calls, as with phone, via the Internet 33.3 25.4 34.5 Reading or writing blogs 26.3 35.3 25.4 Correspondence with others in chat software 25.4 27.9 25.1 For dating 15.1 17.5 14.7 Search for information or data in various fields 95.7 89.0 96.7 Expanding general knowledge, general information 83.5 71.1 85.3 Health information 54.1 20.4 58.8 Information about traveling 52.1 22.2 26.4 Financial data such as stocks, foreign exchange, etc. 36.3 6.8 40.5 Information about companies 35.2 23.5 36.8 Research data or statistics 28.5 14.5 30.5 Information on Sports 26.9 25.4 27.1 Information in other areas 54.6 59.5 53.9http://mcwtf.co.il/ McCann - Erickson guide to the world of advertising
  6. 6. http://data.isoc.org.il/data/158 Israel Internet Association survey of students attitudes toward onlinelearning
  7. 7. Design Pedagogic alLachmy, R., Amir, Y., Azmon, S., Elran, Y., & Kesner, M. (in press). Pythagoras school revived: collaborative learning of mathematics supported by learningmanagement systems in secondary school. Paper presented at the EduLearn12: the 4th annual International Conference on Education and New LearningTechnologies (July 2-4, 2012). Barcelona, Spain: International Association for Technology, Education and Development (IATED).
  8. 8. http://pegasus1.weizmann.ac.il/moodle/
  9. 9. 5 4 3 2 1
  10. 10. Students responses regarding their levels of interest, understanding, and enjoyment of learning with MOT-TEC
  11. 11. Quotes representing student attitudes regarding learning environment MOT-TECQuotes representing positive attitude (89%) Quotes representing negative attitude (11%)S1: I liked the computerized activities because S4: It was not fun, it was inconvenient to movethey were cool and interesting, and they from the simulation to the activity repeatedly. Itexposed us to new things and helped me would been comfortable if the questions andunderstand things I did not understand before the simulations were on the same pageS2: The activity helped me understand better S5: It was very easy and I understood without itthe subject, the simulations contributed to theinterest in the subject, and clarified the materialS3: It was fun and I would like to have morelessons using these computerized tools
  12. 12. Forums opening The fivemessage tasks Applet for activity
  13. 13. Distribution ofcomments *number of students who actively participated (11 students in a group)Content includes - 68% claims or justifications About 40 files initiated by students
  14. 14. Content Goals Teachers will improve their understanding and be able to teach: a. Selected topics: properties of matter, the particle model of matter, forces and motion. b. Inquiry, reasoning and scientific explanation skills relevant to the topics above.Pedagogical Goals Teachers will experience and be able to use teaching strategies including: individual learning, active learning, and collaborative learning.Technological Goals Teachers will experience and be able to use technological tools such as: simulations, forums, interactive activities and LMS in the Moodle computerized environment. The PD stages
  15. 15. Shulamit.kotzer@weizmann.ac.ilhttp://Pegsus1.weizmann.ac.il/moodleUser name & password : demombm

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