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Moodle Workshop Activity

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Workshop is a powerful peer assessment activity. At UOC we use it with a marking Rubric and students peer assess each others presentations live online for the whole 100 students in TI year in Hauora Maori Students submit their own work and then receive a number of submissions from other students which they must assess… continue reading »

Moodle Glossary Activity

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The glossary activity module allows participants to create and maintain a list of definitions, like a dictionary. Glossary can be used in many ways. The entries can be searched or browsed in different formats. A glossary can be a collaborative activity or be restricted to entries made by the teacher. Entries can be put in… continue reading »

Moodle Quiz Activity

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The Moodle quiz activity is probably the best assessment and learning tool in Moodle. Set it so that the quiz becomes a learning exercise with feedback as they go through it or as a summative assessment to a final grade. Moodle quiz has loads of question types to make it more interesting than that boring… continue reading »

Moodle Assignment Activity

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The assignment activity provides a space into which students can submit work for teachers to grade and give feedback on. This saves on paper and is more efficient than email. It can also be used to remind students of ‘real-world’ assignments they need to complete offline, such as art work, and thus not require any… continue reading »

Moodle Attendance and Checklists

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UOC has been taking digital attendance into Moodle for the past 2 years. They use Moodle Checklist and the Attendance plugins to do this. Students scan their student ID at the door and the attendance is signed off in Moodle for the students to keep track of. Find out more about Checklists here Find out… continue reading »

Moodle Scheduler Activity

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An appointment scheduler for planning face-to-face meetings between teachers and students. Teachers can set up time slots, and students can choose one of these on Moodle. The chosen Time slots go straight to their Moodle calendar. Find out more here. Join the forum

Moodle Forum activity

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The forum activity allows students and teachers to exchange ideas by posting comments as part of a ‘thread’. Files such as images and media maybe included in forum posts. The teacher can choose to rate forum posts and it is also possible to give students permission to rate each others’ posts. Explore the forum settings…. continue reading »

With Students in Mind Part 1

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This first post of With Students in Mind presents practical teaching tip #1: Design your course with students in mind Buzz words in higher education are “flipped classroom”, “active engagement”, and “student-centred” but what do they mean? In essence, they mean that students do most of the talking and thinking during class time rather than… continue reading »

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