Moodle MOOC: Week 1

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You are invited to join the the first Moodle MOOC of its kind hosted by WizIQ and organized by Dr. Nellie Deutsch.

This is the first live online class for MOODLE MOOC on WizIQ. The facilitators will focus on the layout of the courses and specifically on the layout of a Moodle course. The layout of a Moodle course includes activities, resources, and blocks.

Teaching with Moodle is a self-paced 4-week Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) for teachers and anyone interested in teaching online using Moodle, WizIQ, and other web technologies. The course will take place in the month of June 2013. The MOOC is in the spirt of open education and is completely free.

Participants will become acquainted with Moodle as a course and learning management system. They will learn how Moodle can be used in fully online, blended learning, and the flipped class. The course will include both asynchronous (not dependent on time) and synchronous (time dependent) elements. The course is self-paced with ongoing discussions (facilitator and technical support available), live online classes (recordings), videos, and other relevant content.


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Moodle MOOC : Moodle MOOC Introduction and Layout

: Agenda Moodle MOOC 2013 June 1, 2013 Layout of Moodle MOOC Goals (Personal & Professional) Course Learning Environments (CLE) Going Beyond CLE Social Engagement Reflective Practice Preparing Week 2

PowerPoint Presentation : Moodle MOOC Outline Topic Highlights Moodle Layout (Activities, Resources, Blocks) Creating Engaging Activities Learning & Teaching Online WizIQ on Moodle Going Beyond the Moodle MOOC for Active Lifelong Learning Moodle MOOC 2013

PowerPoint Presentation : Personal & Professional Goals Moodle MOOC 2013 Course & Self-directed Learning Self-paced learning of how to use Moodle in different educational contexts Exploring and absorbing the Moodle philosophy, its tools and resources Networking, making connections with other Moodlers Completing the course tasks, creating fragments of future teaching events

PowerPoint Presentation : Course Learning Environments Learning Environments WizIQ Google Drive Moodle Experience Moodle Practice Beyond Moodle MOOC Moodle MOOC 2013

PowerPoint Presentation : Course Learning Environments WizIQ Course feed (Discussion Forums) Courseware Tutorials Videos Audio Text Live Classes (upcoming/past & recordings) Moodle MOOC 2013

PowerPoint Presentation : Course Learning Environments Google Drive Interactive Syllabus Moodle Experience Table Questions & Comments Form Moodle MOOC 2013

PowerPoint Presentation : Course Learning Environments Moodle Experience 3 Moodle 2.5 Courses Moodle MOOC on WizIQ Moodle 4 Beginners (M4B) Moodle 4 Experienced Teachers (M4ET) Moodle 4 Managers (M4M) Moodle MOOC 2013

PowerPoint Presentation : Course Learning Environments Moodle 2.5 Practice Area Roles on a Moodle Teacher Manager Administrator Moodle MOOC 2013

PowerPoint Presentation : Course Learning Environments Moodle MOOC 2013 Reading List Karabulut, A., Chatterjee, R., Karakaya, K., Jin, Y. & Roberts, J. (2013). Designing Quality Online Learning Environments: Experiences of an Online Course Development Team. In R. McBride & M. Searson (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2013 (pp. 615-620). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. Retrieved from http://www.editlib.org/p/48176 .

Social Engagement & Reflective Practice : Social Engagement & Reflective Practice Beyond Course Learning Environment Learning strategies Sustained learning Lifelong learning Active learning Relationship-based learning Project-based learning Goal-based learning Moodle MOOC 2013

PowerPoint Presentation : Social Engagement N etworking for Learning Facebook groups/pages Twitter Linkedin Groups Scoopit Pinterest Google Plus (Communities) Moodle MOOC 2013

PowerPoint Presentation : Reflective Practice Personal Learning Environments (PLEs) Blog Wiki Ning Website Moodle MOOC 2013

PowerPoint Presentation : Teaching as a Way to Learn Moodle MOOC 2013

PowerPoint Presentation : Active Learning Moodle MOOC 2013 Screen Sharing Tools Screencast-o-matic Screenr Jing Snagit Documenting Process

PowerPoint Presentation : Moodle Layout Moodle MOOC 2013

: Moodle Activities Moodle MOOC 2013 An activity is a general name for a group of features in a Moodle course. Usually an activity is something that a student will do that interacts with other students and or the teacher. There are 14 different types of activities in the standard Moodle that can be found on the "add an activity" drop down menu. Source: moodle.org

: Moodle Resources Moodle MOOC 2013 A resource is an item that a teacher can use to support learning, such as a file or link. Moodle supports a range of resource types which teachers can add to their courses. In edit mode, a teacher can add resources via a drop down menu. Resources appear as a single link with an icon in front of it that represents the type of resource. Source: moodle.org

: Moodle Blocks Moodle MOOC 2013 Blocks are items which may be added to the left or right or centre column of any page in Moodle. They may also be added to the centre of the My Home (My Moodle) page. You can theme the position of blocks in the centre of pages as well. Any block can be made 'sticky' so that it appears in all the contexts below, such as throughout a course or a particular activity - see Block settings . Source: moodle.org

PowerPoint Presentation : Week 1 Tasks & Activities Moodle MOOC 2013 Instructions for the MOOC Select your peer group according to your MOODLE greatest experiences. Self-enroll moodle4teachers.org Join Moodle MOOC on WizIQ Social Join the course that suits your Moodle experience Study week 1 activities and resources, complete them and mark when complete.

PowerPoint Presentation : What's next? Moodle MOOC 2013 Week 2 Creating Engaging Activities

PowerPoint Presentation : Situated Learning & Moodle Moodle MOOC 2013 Preparing for Week 2 What is situated learning? Principles behind Moodle? Moodle and situated learning?

PowerPoint Presentation : Situated Learning Moodle MOOC 2013 Reading List Che-Ching, Y., Tseng, S., Liao, A. Y. H., & Liang, T. (2013). Situated poetry learning using multimedia resource sharing approach. Journal of Educational Technology & Society, 16 (2) Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/1355669525?accountid=35812

PowerPoint Presentation : Facilitators of Moodle MOOC Dr. Nancy Zingrone Jason R. Levine Dr. Ramesh Sharma Dr. Ludmila Smirnova Judith Behrens Dr. Nellie Deutsch Moodle MOOC 2013

PowerPoint Presentation : Presenters Moodle MOOC 2013

: Happy Moodling ! Moodle MOOC

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