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Moodle Introduction

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Moodle Introduction

  1. 1. CPD1 October 25th 2012MOODLE Getting started with Moodle as a Virtual Learning Platform
  2. 2. Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment
  3. 3. Staff Portal WebsiteONLINEVirtual Learning Environment
  4. 4. VLEVirtual Learning Environment
  5. 5. Virtual Learning Environment MOODLE
  6. 6. LEARNING MOODLE
  7. 7. Why useMoodle?
  8. 8. “   When used correctly, E-learning technology has the potential to revolutionise the way we teach and how we learn. -- (DfES, 2003)
  9. 9. “   When used correctly, E-learning technology has the potential to revolutionise the way we teach and how we learn. -- (DfES, 2003)
  10. 10. “   When used correctly, E-learning technology has the potential to revolutionise the way we teach and how we learn. -- (DfES, 2003)
  11. 11. To Radically Change
  12. 12. Remember
  13. 13. Recently
  14. 14. NOW
  15. 15. “   Virtual Learning Environments are changing the learning experiences of school children, opening up opportunities for them to study from other places rather than the classroom. -- (Boulton, 2008)
  16. 16. Confidence, Knowledge , Collaboration, TimeOUTCOMES
  17. 17. Confidence, Knowledge , Collaboration, TimeOUTCOMES Multimedia , Interaction, Engagement
  18. 18. Interactive Activities (SE) – Basics of using Moodle (MW)WORKSHOPAssessment Manager (PE) – Monitoring Progress & Hot Potatoes (LAS)
  19. 19. Group  1   Group  2   Group  3   Group  4  Humani(es,     English,   Maths,     Science,    Music,   Technology,     Art,     Sport,    Fazila  Yusuf.   Marc  Smith.   Learning  Support,   Ruth  Hargreaves,             Lois  Middleton,   Shelia  Brewer.           Pam  TaBersall.               H6   H4   G10       H1  

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