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2014_MOODLE

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MOODLE for Teachers

 

 

 

Session Outline

 

 

Abstract 

Moodle for Teachers EVO 2014 (M4TEVO14) online workshop will take place on a Moodle website called Moodle for Teachers (M4T) and on WizIQ for content sharing, live online classes and recordings, and access to the course material after the Moodle course is over. The aim of the M4T workshop is to provide participants, who have never used Moodle or who would like to enrich their previous Moodle experiences, with the knowledge and skills to navigate a Moodle course, access resources, activities, and blocks from a student perspective and practice the same Moodle features in a practice course area as teachers. The participants will develop a lesson or course on Moodle.

 

The workshop will include both asynchronous (not dependent on time) and synchronous (time dependent) learning environments. The asynchronous will be conducted on a Moodle 2.5 website and the synchronous learning environment will be conducted on WizIQ (free premium accounts for educators) on WizIQ. Participants will watch tutorials, post to the discussion forums, and practice Moodle tools with the roles of a student at first and then with the role of a teacher with editing rights.

 

The goal of the M4T EVO 2014 course is to help educators ensure the quality of online learning through systematic instructional design of online and blended online courses (BOL) and instructor training on online pedagogies.

 

Target Audience

Teachers and anyone who wishes to teach online 

 

Interest Section Sponsors

TESOL: Computer-Assisted Language Learning IS 


Syllabus 

Access on Google Drive

 

By the end of the workshop learners should be able to: 

  • Manage & edit course settings
  • Manage enrollment methods and enroll users
  • Create and edit basic activities, resources, and use blocks as set by the administrator of a Moodle site 

 

Participants will:  

  • Develop a working knowledge of Moodle as a learning management system for fully online and blended learning environments (a combination of face-to-face and online learning) 
  •  Learn about and apply Moodle features such as profile, navigation, browsers and settings, participants, discussion forums, assignment upload, chat, wiki, and blog.
  • Create content using Moodle activities and resources.
  • Work collaboratively with emphasis on teamwork, collaboration, communication, sharing, activities, and critical reflection. 

    

Weekly Outline

 

Week 1  (Jan 13 - 19, 2014)

INTRODUCTION & ORIENTATION 
Participants introduce themselves
Learn about the layout of a Moodle course.

 

Week 2  (Jan 20 - 26, 2014)

RESOURCES 

 

Week 3    (Jan 27 - Feb 2, 2014)

ACTIVITIES 

 

Week 4     (Feb 3 - Feb 9, 2014)  

BLOCKS & TEACHER SETTINGS 
Blocks are features without admin rights.

Teacher Administrator Settings:
Courses
Users (enrolment)

 

Week 5     (Feb 10 -16, 2014)

TEACHER PERMISSION 
COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE AREA
INDIVIDUAL PRACTICE AREA
Share presentations.
Reflect on the workshop

 

Scheduled Live Meetings

 

Date

Time & Converter

Duration

Link to Session

Link to Recording

January 11

11 AM US EST

60 min

INTRODUCTION & ORIENTATION


http://www.wiziq.com/online-class/1506250-m4tevo14-introduction-orientation


January 18

11 AM US EST

60 min

RESOURCES

http://www.wiziq.com/online-class/1506251-m4tevo14-resources


January 25

11 AM US EST

60 min

ACTIVITIES

http://www.wiziq.com/online-class/1506253-m4tevo14-activities


February 1

11 AM US EST

60 min

BLOCKS and TEACHER PRACTICE


http://www.wiziq.com/online-class/1506255-m4tevo14-blocks-and-teacher-permission


February 15

11 AM US EST

60 min

TEACHER PERMISSION & PRACTICE

http://www.wiziq.com/online-class/1506256-m4tevo14-teacher-permission-and-practice



February 22

11 AM US EST

90 min

Reflection and Showcasing

http://www.wiziq.com/online-class/1506258-m4tevo14-reflection-and-showcasing



Join this session

 

Sign up for the session starts on Jan 6th, 2013

The action starts on Jan 13th, 2014.

 

To join this group:  

  

From January 6 to 12:

 

  1. Go to (Click on the words): Moodle for Teachers (M4TEVO14) Moodle 2.5 website
  2. Register in the course using the enrolment key: evo14@m4t 
  3. Register (Click on the following words) WizIQ Live classes (recordings) and content  
  4. Check the syllabus for further information (Click on the following words): Google Drive for the Syllabus

 

 

 


Moderators

  

Dr. Nellie Deutsch 


Dr. Nellie Deutsch is leader and mentor to teachers worldwide. She’s a moderator, researcher, writer, speaker, English language teacher (EFL), faculty at Atlantic University Masters of Arts inTranspersonal and leadership studies, leads online and face-to-face conferences, and an online teacher at WizIQ. Nellie is a Reiki practitioner and relationship-based consultant. Nellie provides consultation on Moodle (course and learning management system) and WizIQ. Nellie is the founder of IT4ALL community of educators, Connecting Online and MoodleMoot virtual conferences, and Moodle MOOCs on WizIQ. She’s on the steering committee of TESOL CALL-IS and the program coordinator at WAOE (World Association of Online Education).

 

Dr. Ludmila Smirnova

 

Dr. Ludmila Smirnova is Professor of Education at Mount saint Mary College, Newburgh, NY. She has been at the Mount for the past 13 years. She has taught courses in Curricular Planning, Methods of Teaching, Nature of schools and Society and Teaching with Technology for both graduate and undergraduate programs, face-to-face and online. She has become increasingly recognized for her leadership in the application of emerging Internet technologies to instruction. Professor Smirnova leads numerous workshops on the application of Smart Technologies (she is a Smart Board (IWB) certified trainer) and Web 2.0 tools in college and primary/secondary classrooms nationally and abroad. Prior to this, she was professor of education at Volgograd State Pedagogical University (Russia), where she also served as Dean of the School of Foreign Languages. Together with Nellie Deutsch, she co-founded Moodle for Teachers workshops, presented and co-moderated Connecting Online and MoodleMoot virtual conferences, and co-facilitated EVO M4T TESOL workshops, and Moodle MOOCs on WIZiQ.

 

Tom Hodgers

 

Originally from Liverpool, England, Tom has been living in Venezuela for the last 36 years. A retired scientist, he has been a Coordinator and Facilitator at Certificate and Diploma level at the Centro de Extensiones de la Universidad Jose Antonio Paez in Valencia since 2006. He has designed, and teaches bimodal classes via Moodle (in Spanish) in the area of "Culture and Language" for Japanese, English and Oriental Philosophy. He also gives face-to-face classes in English and Japanese Conversation.

Tom has taken various courses in on-line education over the past few years, specialising in Moodle as a LMS, and is a qualified international expert in e-Learning Processes, Digital Media and Moodle (both in English and Spanish). He is currently studying for his Doctorate in e-Learning, from which he hopes to graduate in the summer of 2015. He has also co-facilitated (and still does) the very popular ELT-T MOOCS.

 

Dr.  Nancy Zingrone

Dr. Nancy Zingrone is a research psychologist with a 30-year long interest in the personality correlates of exceptional experiences. Over the last four years or so, in an effort to become a more effective online teacher (her other passion), she has been a student of and now a facilitator for Moodle for Teachers, and a premium teacher on the social media teaching platform http://www.WizIQ.com. For the last nine months she has been on a quest to become qualified to design and teach a course to colleagues that are non-native speakers of English that will help them both to present and publish in such English-language outlets as conferences, classes and journals. To that end she volunteered to help facilitate last year's EVO course, and this year she is taking ELT courses on WizIQ, blogging about her journey towards an ELT qualification on http://Englishforacademicuses.wordpress.com, and helping to facilitate this year's EVO course. In addition to her other blog Thinking about Learning that is also available on Wordpress, Dr. Zingrone is also an occasional blogger for WizIQ, an online teacher for the Rhine Education Center, in training to teach psychology for Northcentral University, and the curator of The AZIRE Learning Center in Second Life.

 

Halina Ostankowicz-Bazan

Senior Lecturer at Wroclaw University of Technology, Foreign Languages Department and Department of Polish for Foreigners, since 1976. Education - University of Wroclaw Poland, Philology, Linguistics Jul 1974, M.A. thesis Efficiency of Polish Phonological Systems, the work was written under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Hab. Jerzy Woronczak. Effectiveness of Polish phonological and phonemic structure: evaluation Excellent. 

 

Digital Media

 

WizIQ, Moodle, Google Drive, Jing, Screencast-o-matic, YouTube and Vimeo

 

Other technology tools:
Live Online Classes (webinars) will be held on Saturdays at 4 GMT/UTC (11 AM EST) in the M4T EVO 2014 course area for 60 minutes. Recordings will be available in the course area.

 


The Electronic Village Online is a project of TESOL's CALL Interest Section

 

 

 

Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Language, an international education association

 

 

 

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