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Resources and Activities
Moodle is built on the Constructivist model for learning. This means that activities are central to the course and course participants should be encouraged to actively engage with the materials on their course site.
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Session 2: Managing an Online Course
The story so far...
You now have a good idea what Moodle is and how it can be used to extend and support your classroom teaching. You have decided on a course layout and are comfortable with the basics of user management. Try the recap quiz to refresh your memory.
More than Word(s)
Being an online environment, Moodle is so much more than an 'online filing cabinet' of MS Office documents. Here are a few suggestions:
Assignments can be used for more than just assessment. It can be used for any kind of file submission. Find out more about assignments hereOn Your Marks: the GradebookThe Moodle Gradebook is a powerful tool to help you monitor and chart your students' progress throughout the course. All activities that you apply grades to automatically appear here.
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Online Tools to use with Moodle
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