Topic Name Description
URL The Good Teacher (Optional Parable)

A parable about constructivist learning... wink

LYNDA.COM: MOODLE ORIENTATION TRAINING URL Lynda Video Tutorial: Moodle Course Overview

This orientation video will help you see how the Moodle CMS works. 

URL Lynda Video Tutorial: Moodle Discussion Overview

This video will quickly orient you to the Moodle Discussion system.

URL Lynda Video Tutorial: Manage Your Moodle (Clear the Clutter!)

Learn how to customize the look of your Moodle page. 

URL Lynda Video Tutorial: Editing Your Profile

Use the video to help you complete your Moodle Profile Assignment.

URL Module 3 Activity 2 -- Moodle Profile: Write a Draft of Your Instructor Biography

Use information from your D2L Profile and your the Professional Biography Worksheet* you created in the last module to write a draft of your instructor biography for use in your Moodle Profile.

MODULE 3: ACTIVITIES TO ENGAGE ONLINE LEARNERS URL Module 3 Introduction

Module Three: Introduction

Activities to Engage Online Learners

URL Module 3 Activity 1 — Readings

Readings - Apply what you learn!

URL Module 3 Activity 2 — Moodle Profile

Use information from your D2L Profile and your the Professional Biography Worksheet* you created in the last module to write a draft of your instructor biography for use in your Moodle Profile.

URL Module 3 Activity 3 — Facilitate a Moodle Forum

Module Three: Activity 2

Activities to Engage Online Learners

Facilitate Your Own Moodle Discussion Forum

URL Contact your group members ASAP: The Golden Rules of Collaboration: (Silence isn't Golden)

The Golden Rules of Collaboration: (Silence isn't Golden)

URL Module 3 Activity 4 — Self-Evaluate Your Discussion Posting (Instructor POV)

Evaluate your work as a Facilitator. Complete the Discussion Self-Evaluation Rubric Form. Upload this form to the appropriate folder in the D2L Dropbox no later than Saturday night.

URL Module 3 Activity 5 — Reflective Journal

At the end of each module you complete a Weekly Reflection Form and upload it to the appropriate Reflections Folder in the course Dropbox by Saturday.

MODULE 4: ASSESSMENT: MEASURING ONLINE LEARNING URL Module 4 Introduction

Module Four: Introduction

Assessment: Measuring Online Learning

URL Module 4 Activity 1 — Readings

Build an assessment using Moodle tools.

URL Module 4 Activity 2 — Assignments and Assessments

Module Four: Activity 2

Creating assessments with Moodle Tools: Choice Poll, Feedback Survey, or Quiz.

URL Module 4 Activity 3 — RLO: Plagiarism and Paraphrasing

Module Four: Activity 3

Experience learning and assessment with an RLO (Reusable Learning Object)

URL Module 4 Activity 4 — D2L: Reflective Journal and Midterm Feedback

Upload your Reflectie Journal to the D2L Dropbox. 

Complete the Midterm Survey found in D2L.

MODULE 4: LYNDA.COM TEACHER TRAINING: ASSESSMENT TOOLS URL Understanding Choice, Feedback, and Survey activities: Lynda.com

This overview of Moodle Assessment tools will help you get oriented to your new role as instructors.

URL Creating a Choice Activity

The Moodle Choice tool makes it easy to create a simple one question poll. 

URL Creating a customized Feedback activity

This is the first of six short videos explaining how to create a Moodle Feedback activity. 

URL Assessing Students with Tests and Quizzes

This link takes you to the first for 13 short video tutorials that will walk you through the process of creating a Moodle Quiz. (Run time 1hr 4min.) You are not expected to create a long test. Instead explore question types as you create a brief assessment on a topic that interests you. 

The Moodle Testing tools are powerful and complex. Choose this option if you are up for a technically challenging experience

MODULE 4 WORK AREA URL Jonathan Krahn, Choice Poll

After submitting your response, be sure to click "see previous responses" on the confirmation page to view the results of the poll. 

MODULE 4 WORK AREA URL Jenna's Quiz - at blubber

Blubbr was a link in one of the readings.  It allows you to make quizzes to go with youtube videos.  You can select the section of the video that goes with each question. I tried this because it looked interesting to me.  There are limitations to the program that made me make questions I'm not that happy with.  But I like the site and will probably try to figure out how to make it work for me.

I don't see a way for me to see scores unless you upload a screenshot.

MODULE 4 WORK AREA File Dann Hurlbert, Wk 4, Interactive Video Assessement Tools, Reading

Attached is the reading from which I developed quiz questions.  Read or skim the article and then take the quiz.  Note:  you'll get the gist of the article by taking the quiz--but feel free to read the article if you have time/interest.

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