Moodle for trainers – Moodle Manual using best Pedagogical practices #MoodleTraining

September 13th, 2016

Want to create dynamic and interactive Moodle content? Want to learn about the Moodle basics?  Mark Rollins from E-Teach UK has shared an interactive Moodle manual “Moodle for Trains : An illustrated guide” which is based on best pedagogical practices around the world. Read More

Enhancing pedagogy via open educational practices by Dr. Rajiv Jhangiani #OER

February 29th, 2016

Dr. Rajiv Jhangiani who is a psychology teacher at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Vancouver, BC presented about “The future is open: Enhancing pedagogy via open educational practices“.

Dr. Jhangiani serves as an OER Research Fellow with Open Education Group and Associate Editor of Psychology Learning and Teaching. He is also the author of the two open textbooks. Read More

Progression in Moodle by Martin Dougiamas @moodler

August 20th, 2015

In the #learnmoodle Teaching with Moodle course, Martin Dougiamas has written a page about how he sees the typical progression a teacher might go through as they learn to use the Moodle tools.

The page resource is available in the first week of the course with title “educational terms”. The same page is reproduced below: Read More

#mootau15 – “Engaging kids today” – by Dan Haesler

August 18th, 2015

Another video from MoodleMoot Australia 2015 (#mootau15) by Dan Haesler is on the topic of “Engaging Kids Today – It’s about Pedagogy, not just Technology “.

Dan Haesler is an international keynote speaker, educator, writer and consultant. Working with schools across the country around issues of engagement and wellbeing, he is passionate about equity in education and engaging our hardest-to-reach kids. Read More