The Moodle Workshop Activity offers an instructor many different ways to effectively manage and assess a peer review activity whether you are teaching online or using Moodle to enhance your face to face class. This presentation will look at some of the common settings that an instructor might want to use. In addition, we will look at the different options for assessment within the peer review process and examine how the grades appear for students when they look in the grade book. The demonstration activity will include how to set up a basic rubric for student peer reviewers to use.
About the Presenter
Dr. Rachel Sale is the Director of the Lincoln University Center for Teaching and Learning. She has a PhD in Education with a specialty in Instructional Design for Online Learning from Capella University. In her time at Lincoln University, she has been instrumental in growing the online programs by designing courses, training faculty, and implementing a Quality Matters program across the campus. Outside the classroom, Dr. Sale is an avid cross country motorcycle rider and potter.
Integrating Technology for Active Lifelong Learning or IT4ALL is an organization that provides free to low cost programs on how to integrate technology into blended, fully online, and face-to-face learning environments. IT4ALL has a WizIQ organization account. IT4ALL hosts all their free programs such as Moodle MOOCs, Healthy Living and Sustainable MOOCs, Second Life MOOCs, Connecting Online conferences (2009-15), Moodle MOOTs (2011-2015), Spring and Fall Blog Festivals (SBF/FBF), webinars, and online courses on WizIQ and on Moodle for Teachers (website).
IT4ALL is run by Dr. Nellie Deutsch an education technology & marketing consultant.