Moodle Meets are free, 5 day online professional development courses led by experienced educators. Moodle Meet topics focus on the resources and skills needed to use technology in the classroom as well as on the skills needed to teach and learn in a virtual environment. They are Professional learning Potlucks. A concentrated week of discussion, collaboration and resource sharing.
Moodle Meets are organized by CEET, the Community of Expertise in Educational Technology.
Here is our MoodleMeet Calendar for 2011/2012. Come join us.
Here’s a great promo video/commercial boasting the integration of Google Apps to Moodle by Webanywhere (@wastretchbeyond). The video gives an example students working through a group assignment within Moodle using Google Docs, chat, Gmail and all of the baked in collaborative features that Gapps has to offer.
The Community of Expertise in Educational Technology (CEET) and LearnNowBC are pleased to offer a smorgasbord of MOODLE MEETS this 2011/2012 school year.
Moodle Meets are free, one week online courses, or "Professional Learning Potlucks", led by experienced educators. Moodle Meet topics focus on the resources and skills needed to use technology in the classroom as well as on the skills needed to teach and learn in a virtual environment.
Combined with the new mobile web services feature of Moodle 2.1 These devices can take a central role in campus computing solutions. In this session we will explore and expose solutions for both virtual and blended mobile ...
Wikispaces based class. Great Moodle 1.9 Resources. ~ Dennis
This hands-on workshop will introduce participants to the Moodle virtual learning environment. Participants will learn how to add resources and create activities in Moodle as preparation for participating in professional learning activities, creating online lessons and/or getting involved in online projects.
1 Act 1: The Pretty Good Teacher wants to be a better one 2 Act 2: The Pretty Good Teacher meets Mr. Dougis 3 Act 3: The Pretty Good Teacher starts Moodling 4 Act 4: Mr Dougis, you've got mail 5 Act 5: The Pretty Good Teacher strikes back 6 Act 6: The next day 7 Act 7: She kept on moodling 8 Act 8: The assistant teacher 9 Act 9: Unexpected role-reversal 10 Epilogue 11 See also
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