Today, I am delivering a presentation at the Study Group Teachers’ Conference in Brighton.
The title of my session is: Getting interactive: Moodle in the Secondary classroom
Abstract: What is Moodle for? And how can it enrich your students’ learning experiences? This workshop will aim to set out a practical and pedagogically sound consideration of the role that Moodle can play in helping to support learning inside and outside the classroom. The belief? That Moodle should be a tool to garner interaction and not simply host resources.
Here are the slides that accompany the presentation:
Since I submitted the abstract, the presentation has evolved. As such, it begins with an explanation of how I use Moodle, building up to a consideration of when to use a VLE and when a VLE is not the best tool for the job. It culminates with a reflections on the work I have been doing with Google Docs & AFL.
You can find out more information about the conference on their Moodle Site. Enter as ‘Guest’.