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Dates

Term 2

Friday 18 May P5 – Using Moodle for doing assessment

Friday 18 May P6 – Using Quizzes in Moodle

Wednesday 23 May P1 – Creating interactive learning using the H5P Interactive Content plugin in Moodle

Wednesday 23 May P2 – Hiding and showing stuff in Moodle for specific classes or groups of students in a course

Staff can elect to attend all 4 sessions or the individual sessions. Please indicate your selections when you process your registration.

Location

The Centre – Professional Learning Rooms

Presenter

Bryson Stansfield

Participants

Staff from across the faculties and sub schools  (max of 20)

 

Standards

2.2, 2.3, 2.6, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 4.5, 5.1, 5.2, 6.2 & 6.3.

The Course

These workshops are self contained and do not require any previous Moodle experience. You can dip your toes or you can use these as a means of refreshing. In the case of the H5P workshop, you can explore new possibilities for your pedagogy. You will be surprised at what the possibilities are and how much time you can save!

 

The Program

Using Moodle for doing assessment

This short course will show you tips and tricks for using moodle to collect student work [such as an assignment], such as drafts and final copies and how to return it to students easily after being marked. You might find this particularly useful in preparation for your work flow under the new 2019 syllabuses.
Using Quizzes in Moodle

This short course will show you tips and tricks for using the Moodle quiz activity. It will show you how you can create banks of questions and then utilise these in quizzes for student revision and to provide feedback to you about student progress.
Creating interactive learning using the H5P Interactive Content plugin in Moodle

This short course will show you how to use these engaging activities with students. It will cover things such as interactive videos – videos where you have questions asked during, along with Cloze activities among others.
Hiding and showing stuff in Moodle for specific classes or groups of students in a course

This short course will show you how you can use both the built in groups in your courses – eg Class A, B etc, as well as create your own groups and groupings and how these can be used to show activities for just particular groups of students. Particularly useful when teaching a subject with multiple classes.