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Moodle for Motivation Guide


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gideonwilliams's curator insight, June 7, 2013 12:17 PM

Sent this today. Brilliant adaptation and development of the original guide by Joyce Seitzinger at http://www.cats-pyjamas.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/MoodleToolGuideforTeachers_May2010_JS.pdf ;

 

"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)."

 

Arlenny Soteldo's curator insight, June 10, 2013 4:21 PM

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Site News Block can bring more attention to announcements on the MyMoodle page

Site News Block can bring more attention to announcements on the MyMoodle page | moodle2 | Scoop.it
This simple addon replicates the Site News thread as a block which can be added to your default MyMoodle page ensuring that students always have relevant information available upon login.

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Moodle Plugins Directory: Ranking block

Moodle Plugins Directory: Ranking block | moodle2 | Scoop.it

This block improves gamefication into the moodle plataform.

The ranking block works together with the moodle course completion. In the moodle course you configure the criterias to the end of the course. The ranking block monitors these activities and add points to the students based on accomplishing the activities. There are different ways to gain points.

 

For example:

- If a student completes a html page the ranking adds 2 points.

 - If a student completes an assignment and it is ended only when the student receive a grade. The ranking add 2 points plus the grade points to the student. You can configure the default points in the block configuraion.


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Miloš Bajčetić's curator insight, February 26, 1:06 PM

NOTE: All the activities that needs grade to be finished will add the activity points (default 2) more the activity grade. For example: If the course has one assignment and it's configured to be completed only after the grade is received by the student and let's say a random student received by the end of the assignment 10(ten) as his grade. In this case that student will obtain 12(twelve) points, the 2(two pre-configured) from finishing the activity plus 10(ten) from his grade.

 

This only occurs with activities that have grades. ex: foruns, assignments, lessons, etc...

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Moodle 2.8 Release Highlight: Gradebook - YouTube

Moodle 2.8 provides evolutionary improvements to Gradebook, including a more modern Grader interface that scrolls well on all devices including touch screens, a new “single view” of any row or column, simplified setup using “natural weighting”, and detailed history of grade changes and more.


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Nick Varney's curator insight, November 12, 8:59 AM

Cannot wait to roll these improvements out to our users

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Moodle Rubric Grading - Complete Guide - Super Moodle

Moodle Rubric Grading - Complete Guide - Super Moodle | moodle2 | Scoop.it
The Moodle rubric, a system built for criteria-based assessment, explicitly describes the performance expectation for an assignment. The rubrics have several criteria and each criterion has several descriptive levels provided. A rubric identifies several attributes. They include descriptions, performance levels and the criteria.

Criteria take into account the performance aspects that an instructor intends to assess. The description attribute denotes the desired characteristics associated with a criterion. The performance level is a rating scale in rubric used to identify the level of mastery a student has within a given criteria. Each descriptive level has a numerical grade and an instructor can choose the level that answers a given criterion in the best way possible.

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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, October 29, 10:09 PM

Help your students hit the target by defining just where you want them to shoot.

Barbara Macfarlan's curator insight, November 2, 6:14 PM

There are some helpful suggestions in this blog for those who are new to rubrics

Steve Vaitl's curator insight, November 3, 9:30 AM

For my teaching friends. Great guide to help set up Moodle grading rubrics!!

 

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Claroline Connect, enfin un véritable LMS

Un Webinar proposé par 3-GSP et l'AWT (10 octobre 2014) et présenté par Marcel Lebrun, président du Consortium Claroline AISBL et Philippe Mercenier, Secrétair…

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15 iMoot 2014 videos are online, free to watch

15 iMoot 2014 videos are online, free to watch | moodle2 | Scoop.it

Want to see some of what you missed at the 2014 iMoot? Many of the recorded sessions are now posted online at Youtube under Pukunui’s account. From Martin’s keynote to many sessions from around the world focused on all things Moodle.


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Sam Suresh - Joomla CMS and Moodle Integration - iMoot 2014

iMoot 2014 session - Joomla CMS and Moodle Integration .


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Gamify your Moodle courses in under 20 minutes - YouTube

It is possible to gamify any Moodle 2 course using out-of-the-box Moodle features. Watch this video to learn how to gamify your Moodle courses in under 20 mi...


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How Students View a Moodle page (Research on Eye tracking across a Course)

How Students View a Moodle page (Research on Eye tracking across a Course) | moodle2 | Scoop.it
Moodlefacts.nl had an interesting PDF/Paper posted about eye tracking research done on Moodle users in Australia (thanks for the post and information!).  The article was written by Gergely Rakoczi ...

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Prezi: Tour and Introduction to Moodle

Prezi: Tour and Introduction to Moodle | moodle2 | Scoop.it

Here’s an introduction to Moodle created as a Prezi deck, it highlights what Moodle is, how it can be used, and introduces important elements and tools which users may first encounter in Moodle. The Prezi has a lot of annotated screenshots and integrated video tutorials.

 

In it’s conclusion is suggests using Moodle because it’s Powerful, Secure, Comprehensive (All-in-one), and provides Instant Feedback.

 

The Prezi was created by Christine Franklin and is available here: http://prezi.com/ra12guus3qih/moodle/

 

 


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Gamify your Moodle courses in under 20 minutes ...

Gamify your Moodle courses in under 20 minutes ... | moodle2 | Scoop.it
It is possible to gamify any Moodle 2 course using out-of-the-box Moodle features. Watch this video to learn how to gamify your Moodle courses in under 20 minutes.

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Social Learning Platform, Simple Learning Management

Social Learning Platform, Simple Learning Management | moodle2 | Scoop.it

Learning is happening inside an active Chalkup Discussion. Whether it’s a burning question that a student just asked and got answered, a quick class poll, or that perfect video to go with today’s lesson, your class is never more active and connected than it is on Chalkup.



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Nik Peachey's curator insight, September 7, 6:47 AM

This looks like a useful tool for managing your classroom and communicating with students and parents. It promises to always be free.

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Advanced Moodle Gradebook Features

Advanced Moodle Gradebook Features: Using Rubrics, Marking Guides, & Checklists" 

 

The video below is about a 75 minute demonstration of advanced grading features as you would see them on a Moodle 2.6 site. The video trainer, Eric Brandt, highlights rubrics, checklists, and other advanced grading criteria that can be used in Moodle courses to assess students using Moodle’s standard activities.


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Moodle Site Backup Guide - Super Moodle

Moodle Site Backup Guide - Super Moodle | moodle2 | Scoop.it
Enter now and Discover an Extensive Moodle Site Backup Guide and Ensure Your Important Files are Safe and Secure for Later Usage and Retrieval.

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Moodle plugins: Site news

Moodle plugins: Site news | moodle2 | Scoop.it

Display site news in full scale at my startpage. You may find it useful to make it sticky above or below the course overview.

 

A small block, which was designed to fit our needs. 

 

We want to use the "My Home" page as default page after login, but The normal "site news" block was small and reached no attention by our users. I.e. sometimes important notes (e.g. shut-downs) where not read. The normal "site news" block isn't designed to placed in content area and will look ugly.

 

Because of that, we decided to print the site news in an own block. Maybe someone else will find that handy as well.


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Moodle 2.8 is available now!

Moodle 2.8 is available now! | moodle2 | Scoop.it
Right on schedule Moodle 2.8, the latest release for the community is now available. Download it here:  Read the official release announcement here, Twice a year, in May and November, I have the pr...

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Moodle mobile (MoodleMoot New Zealand 2014)

Moodle mobile app presentation (MoodleMoot New Zealand 2014) (RT @jleyvadelgado: My presentation at #mootnz14 in slideshare http://t.co/TiniTqZWkB #moodle #moodlemobile)...


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Comment on 5 free tools to monitor your Moodle server while load testing by How to optimize a Moodle server? Part 1 - Apache - I Teach With MoodleI Teach With Moodle | Sharing good practice using M...

Comment on 5 free tools to monitor your Moodle server while load testing by How to optimize a Moodle server? Part 1 - Apache - I Teach With MoodleI Teach With Moodle | Sharing good practice using M... | moodle2 | Scoop.it
[…] configuration. I would recommend you try and simulate load at least equivalent to your MaxClients. Here is a post outlining 5 free tools you to monitor your Moodle server performance.

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Moodle among the Top 100 Tools for Learning in 2014

The Top 100 Tools for Learning is in its 8th year of and has once again unveiled a list of 100 technologies and websites that can be used to enhance learning. Moodle hits the list at number 12 (down one from 2013) which is the highest placement for a learning management system. The ranking is created through the Learning Tools Survey which compiled over 1000 votes from 60+ countries. “Learning Tool” is defined as follows,

A learning tool is defined as any software or online tool or service that you use either for your own personal or professional learning, for teaching or training, or for creating e-learning

In the Best of Breed category Moodle ranks 1st out of the 7 LMS solutions present on the list. Check out the full list and slide deck at http://c4lpt.co.uk/top100tools/

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Jeffrey Duckett's curator insight, September 24, 5:12 AM

Before you decide that Moodle is not for you I suggest you learn how to use it.

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Moodle plugins: Quizventure

Moodle plugins: Quizventure | moodle2 | Scoop.it

Quizventure is an activity module that loads quiz questions from the course it's added to. The possible answers come down as space ships and you have to shoot the correct one.

 

Students procastinating too much? Are they playing games instead of studying? Well now you can motivate them by allowing them to do both at once!

Quizventure is an activity module that loads quiz questions from the course it's added to. The possible answers come down as space ships and you have to shoot the correct one.


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7 Things You Should Know About New Directions for the LMS

7 Things You Should Know About New Directions for the LMS | moodle2 | Scoop.it

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Preparing Classroom Session Using Moodle Face-To-Face plug-in

Preparing Classroom Session Using Moodle Face-To-Face plug-in | moodle2 | Scoop.it

The Face-to-Face plugin for Moodle, an open source LMS, allows you to manage class room sessions.

 

Learn how to set up classroom session on moodle face to face plung in.›


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Moodle plugins: Chemical Structures and Reactions Editor

Moodle plugins: Chemical Structures and Reactions Editor | moodle2 | Scoop.it
Chemical Structures and Reactions Editor: by Carl LeBlond.  Easily draw and insert chemical structures... http://t.co/HpnCrghka1 #moodle

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Moodle plugins: Static Pages

Moodle plugins: Static Pages | moodle2 | Scoop.it

The local_staticpage plugin is designed to fetch a static HTML document from disk, enrich it with Moodle navigation and theme and deliver it as a standard Moodle page which exists outside any course.

 

Static pages will be available on catchy URLs like http://www.yourmoodle.com/static/faq.html and can be linked from Moodle HTML blocks, from your Moodle theme footer and so on. Using the local_staticpages plugin, you can create information pages within moodle, but without misusing a whole course just for showing a textbox.


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