Its soon time to enrol your students onto your Moodle pages! Here’s a reminder of where to look up the enrolment key for your page. Now that Moodle has been updated, the administration area looks slightly different.
and the 3E Framework
– Enhance Extend Empower –
Some great ideas on how to use Moodle to effectively support learning, teaching and assessment.
(Big Blue Button is not available on Moodle @ Derby College)
Moodle offers many different styles of assessment.
Moodle assignments, Turnitin assignments and quizzes are the main ones.
After a submission, Teachers can leave a grade and some feedback.
Quizzes are graded automatically.
All the grades for each student can be found in the course gradebook.
Remember that Moodle is safe, secure and
that we keep archives of previous academic years.
Moodle will be upgraded to version 3.4 in July
Check out the new features – (video link)
Test your learners’ knowledge using the quiz feature!
Easily assess learners’ formative and/or summative knowledge using questions with specified answers?
Moodle’s powerful quiz feature enables to do this by designing and building quizzes with a large variety of question types, including multiple choice, true-false, short answer and drag and drop images and text.
Moodle quizzes can be time-limited and configured to allow multiple or single attempts. Each attempt at a question can be automatically marked, and the teacher can choose whether to give feedback and/or show the correct answer.
They can then be reused by you in a later quiz or by your colleague in the same course in a different quiz.
Give your students the opportunity to vote in their Moodle courses with the CHOICE activity.
Would you like to see how your students are progressing?
Or to gauge their opinions and needs?
You can at a glance with the choice activity!
The choice activity enables teachers to set up voting options with a radio/option button. A student can then choose a particular option.
The feature can be used in multiple ways; from facilitating student decision making, to testing a student’s understanding of a subject, or to take a poll to get students thinking.
How do you add a choice to your Moodle site?