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  • 1.Welcome to an Introduction toJoan Coy & Wanda DechantPeace Academy of VirtualEducationPeace Wapiti School Division#76Spirit River, Alberta, Canada

2. Introduction to 9:00 a.m. 12 noon(5 10 mins) Introductions What is Moodle (10 mins) Examples of Moodle (10 20 mins) What can we do with Moodle Today (hands on) (2 hrs)Dont worry, we will take breaks too!!We heard the loaves arrive at 10:15 a.m.! 3. Room IntroductionsPleasetell us: Your Name What you teach or the type of work you do Where you live (city, province, country) Why you are here at the Moodle Moot One thing youd like to learn this morning 4. What is Moodle? Moodle Explained with Lego (Thanks Tomaz Lasic) http://tiny.cc/lego684 5. Moodle Philosophy Our View Students need to actively construct meaning in relating: what is already known to each other to their own experiences. Wisdom cant be told Students See topics as relevant Plan & carry out work collaboratively Practice self assessment Apply concepts to new situations 6. Moodle Philosophy http://docs.moodle.org/en/Philosophy 7. Moodle Pedagogy Commonly Known as Martins 5 rules http://docs.moodle.org/en/Pedagogy1. All of us are potential teachers as well aslearners - in a true collaborative environmentwe are both. 8. Martins 5 Rules http://docs.moodle.org/en/Pedagogy2. We learn particularly well from the act ofcreating or expressing something for othersto see. 9. Martins 5 Rules http://docs.moodle.org/en/Pedagogy3. We learn a lot by just observing the activity of our peers. 10. Martins 5 Rules http://docs.moodle.org/en/Pedagogy4. By understanding the contexts of others, we can teach in a more transformational way (constructivism) 11. Martins 5 Rules http://docs.moodle.org/en/Pedagogy5. A learning environment needs to be flexible and adaptable, so that it can quickly respond to the needs of the participants within it. 12. Examples of Moodle in Use PWSD eCommunity Site (Student site) PWSD Collaboration Site (Teacher site) 13. Take a Look for Yourself Student Moodle Site: http://ecommunity.pwsd76.ab.ca/Teacher Moodle Site: http://collaboration.pwsd76.ab.ca/ 14. What do You Want to Learn Today? Heres Where You can Customize this Session...Sign-in Find the Sandbox Turn Editing on Adding Items to MoodleAdd a LabelAdd a discussion forumAdd a webpage (text page vs webpage)ChoicesCalendarHtml blocks 15. MoodleMoot Sandbox http://moodlemoot.ca/moodle/course/view.php?id= 127 Or http://tiny.cc/sandbox 16. Turn on Editing Once you are logged in (and you have been added to our Sandbox), you can turn the editing on:Look at the upper right corner and click onthis button: OrClick on Turn editing on in the Administration block 17. Moodle Icons 18. Add a Label Editing must be turned on Click on the drop down menu by Add a resource Choose Insert Label 19. Add a Discussion Forum Editingmust be turned on Click on the drop down menu by Add an activity Choose Forum 20. Add a Webpage Text Page VS Web Page Editing must be turned on Click on the drop down menu by Add a resource Choose Compose a web page 21. Add a Choice (survey) Editingmust be turned on Click on the drop down menu by Add an activity Choose Choice 22. Add a Calendar Editing must be turned on Click on the drop down menu over on the right, by Blocks Choose Calendar 23. Add an html Block Editing must be turned on Click on the drop down menu over on the right, by Blocks Choose HTML 24. Moodle Resources Moodle docs is an excellent resource with searchable topics http://docs.moodle.org/en/Main_PageOur School Division has our own Moodle resource area, you are welcome to check it out: http://tiny.cc/pwsdmoodle

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