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'''Page Objective:''' To organize and share resources and "good practices" so that teachers and students have a positive Moodle experience that enhances the learning process.  The resources presented will focus on the pedagogical implementation of Moodle in a classroom setting (whatever that classroom may look like).
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Here are some useful links to help teachers and students have a positive Moodle experience that enhances the learning process:
 
 
*[[The Good Teacher]] - The best place for a teacher contemplating using Moodle in their classroom to start learning as well as a great place for experienced Moodlers to remember why they began using it.
 
 
 
*[[Teaching with Moodle for total beginners]]
 
  
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*[[The Good Teacher]] -  a story about how a good teacher improves her teaching..... when she discovers Moodle!
 
*[[Teaching Do's]] & [[Teaching Don'ts]] - Good general/pedagogical guidelines to consider when setting up a course in Moodle and introducing students to it.
 
*[[Teaching Do's]] & [[Teaching Don'ts]] - Good general/pedagogical guidelines to consider when setting up a course in Moodle and introducing students to it.
 
*[[Learning Activities Overview]] - A list of the different activities available within Moodle, as well as what type of learning strategy they employ, suggested age level, and a link to each activity's pedagogy page.
 
  
 
*[[Case studies]] - This is a subset of the ''[http://moodle.org/mod/forum/view.php?f=127 Moodle Stories]'' forum.  It contains a collection of innovative ways teachers are utilizing [http://www.moodle.org Moodle] in their classroom.  This is a great place for teachers who like the idea of Moodle and what it has to offer, but could benefit from ideas to start from.
 
*[[Case studies]] - This is a subset of the ''[http://moodle.org/mod/forum/view.php?f=127 Moodle Stories]'' forum.  It contains a collection of innovative ways teachers are utilizing [http://www.moodle.org Moodle] in their classroom.  This is a great place for teachers who like the idea of Moodle and what it has to offer, but could benefit from ideas to start from.
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*[[Teaching Good Practices (K-12) | Good Practices (K-12)]]
 
*[[Teaching Good Practices (K-12) | Good Practices (K-12)]]
  
*[[Getting_started_for_teachers#Example_installations_.26_courses|List of example installations for teachers]]
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*[[Getting_started_for_teachers | Getting started on your course]]
 
 
*[http://center.uoregon.edu/ISTE/uploads/NECC2006/KEY_24365333/Moore_MoodleslideshowJuly2006.pdf Notes from the NECC 2006 Birds-of-a-Feather Session] - The focus is on using Moodle in educational settings with ideas about how to use it and hints too.
 
 
 
*Using Moodle [http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=61228 How teaching is changing using Moodle] forum discussion
 
  
*Educause Quarterly [http://www.educause.edu/eq] contains good articles about Moodle and Instruction .
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*[http://audioboo.fm/OurLearning  "Moodleboos" - mini podcasts about teaching with Moodle]
  
 
*Teaching Teachers on how to use moodle [http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=148275 forum discussion] with great how tos.
 
*Teaching Teachers on how to use moodle [http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=148275 forum discussion] with great how tos.
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Revision as of 20:55, 28 December 2011

Here are some useful links to help teachers and students have a positive Moodle experience that enhances the learning process:

  • The Good Teacher - a story about how a good teacher improves her teaching..... when she discovers Moodle!
  • Teaching Do's & Teaching Don'ts - Good general/pedagogical guidelines to consider when setting up a course in Moodle and introducing students to it.
  • Case studies - This is a subset of the Moodle Stories forum. It contains a collection of innovative ways teachers are utilizing Moodle in their classroom. This is a great place for teachers who like the idea of Moodle and what it has to offer, but could benefit from ideas to start from.

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