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Moodle and Mahara
A collection of resources, helpguides and videos in my role as Director of e-learning at Perins School. Some thoughts can be found on twitter at
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Moodle for Motivation Guide

gideonwilliams's insight:

Sent this today. Brilliant adaptation and development of the original guide by Joyce Seitzinger at ;


"Created by Natalie Denmeade (@Moodlemuse), it is specifically for tailoring a Moodle course to various types of students with game elements in Moodle’s standard toolset.


Pretty interesting guide if you’re looking to add more game elements to your Moodle classroom. In addition to contrasting each tool for each learner archetype, there’s also a great guide on tips and tricks for adding more interesting content to a course (with links and resources to help you along the way)."


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Gamifying a Moodle course. What difference does it make? Week 1

Gamifying a Moodle course. What difference does it make? Week 1 | Moodle and Mahara |
I will post my findings every week, and will draw a summary at the end of the experiment. This post retraces what has happened in the first week of ...
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A fascinating and illuminating post by Fred Nevers comparing two classes taught exactly similar Moodle content only differing in the rewards they get for doing so (gameification).


This is his Week One post.


Some good insights into how Moodle is used and lots of accessible ideas for all of us to try out.

gideonwilliams's comment, April 2, 2013 2:07 PM
Fred has now included much larger picture of both courses which show just how impressive they are. The use of conditional activities is something that needs more investigation.