Moodle 1.9 for Teaching 7-14 Year Olds: Beginner's Guide by Mary Cooch

By Mary Cooch

This publication is a part of Packt's Beginner's advisor sequence. Written in a pleasant tone, the booklet starts off on the very starting with a clean Moodle web page and also you are taken step-by-step throughout the most valuable positive aspects of Moodle, helped with many illustrative screenshots. The chapters progressively building up your talents and through the tip of the e-book you can be convinced adequate to layout an absolutely practical, interactive direction for 7-14 yr olds. This e-book is for normal, non-technical lecturers of pre-teen or early teenage little ones. It assumes no previous wisdom of Moodle and no specific services on the net. lecture room assistants can also locate this publication a truly resource.

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6. Next to Title, enter the name of the site, which will be seen when students hover their cursor over the link. 7. Make sure that Target specifies New window. 8. Click on OK. 9. Back in the HTML editor, scroll down and click on Save Changes (don't worry about anchors- these are used to send you to various parts of your course, but at this stage we don't really need them). What just happened? Selecting some text (for example, click here) and clicking on the chain icon enabled us to link directly to a useful site for our students.

At the start of the chapter, we had barely learned how to upload what we already had, and now we are thinking of typing straight into Moodle. But hold on—why should we bother? We're pretty proficient in MS Word, and with each upload we do, we take less time to do it. , , missoula, , 59801 Adding Worksheets and Resources Recollect the introduction, where I had said that this chapter was about saving energy—ours and the world's. Actually, it can also be about saving the children's energy, and even avoiding their frustration.

However, there is no spontaneity involved. You might post a comment in the morning, and the response may arrive at dinner time, and so on. Why not combine the advantages of online communication with the advantages of a real time conversation, and make a Moodle chat room? If your students live several miles away from each other, as my students do, and are keen to get on with the project, Moodle chat rooms can have real benefits. We can set a time for the chat—say, Saturday afternoon. This would be a time when we can be present too, if we wish, and the students can move ahead with their plans even though they're not with each other in the classroom.

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