Blackboard, a company that makes software that many colleges use to run their classroom and online courses, announced on Wednesday that it was expanding its support for MOOCs, though it is relatively late to the much-talked-about trend of massive open online courses.
The original Moodle Tool Guide was developed by Joyce Seitzinger. We (Sherry, Dave and myself) redeveloped it as a Moodle Lesson (which will be available here soon). But I also felt that it should be available in HTML form to make it more accessible.
At the moment, it’s hosted in my dropbox so I can make changes easily. Eventually, I hope to have it hosted somewhere and downloadable in many formats.
Presentación de apoyo a la ponencia realizada en la MoodleMoot de Mallorca, Octubre 2015.
El feedback es una de las herramientas más potentes para el aprendizaje de nuestros alumnos. En la presentación se repasan las herramientas que proporciona Moodle 2.9 para dar distintos formatos de feedback. Pensar en cómo daremos feedback en el momento del diseño de la actividad nos puede ayudar a escoger la herramienta adecuada y diseñar la actividad de modo eficiente: proporcionando la máxima información al alumno sin destinar recursos excesivos por parte del profesorado.
This free course is designed for anybody who wants to use the Moodle learning platform for teaching, whether it be in a school, a university, a company or just personal interest!
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