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Published on June 24, 2007

Author: Gulkund

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Collaborating with Moodle:  Collaborating with Moodle Darrel Branson - ICT educator Sunraysia Mallee schools network Slide2:  Sunraysia Mallee Schools Network 6 - Iandamp;E Clusters 33 schools in the North West of Victoria Sunraysia Mallee Schools Network:  Sunraysia Mallee Schools Network Local Linux Server www.smsn.vic.edu.au Hosted linux server need2learn.net Slide4:  http://moodle.org Open source learning management system: Discussion boards, curriculum resources, polls, calendar, assignments, journals, wikis, questionnaires, quizzes and much more. Moodle benefits:  Moodle benefits A large user-base and good documentation and a very, very large support network of other teachers and educators. Teacher/community driven. Makes learning available at school and at home! A protected online environment. Everything is edited in a web browser. Everything is logged. Moodle for teacher collaboration:  Moodle for teacher collaboration Professional Learning with network teams Assessment team, Restorative practice, Habits of Mind, New Tools andamp; New Media ICT Group, Intel Teach to the Future. Document repository Resources, websites, documents. Communication tool Email, discussion boards, reflection journals. Professional reading andamp; discussion Rich digital history of the learning Moodle for student collaboration:  Moodle for student collaboration Online, protected space. All learning is logged and recorded. Provides a real audience for student work. Takes advantage of the ICT’s to engage students. Takes advantage of the social aspects of learning and interaction - forums, instant messages and chats. The Moodle Course:  The Moodle Course Moodle Forums:  Moodle Forums Attach documents to forums:  Attach documents to forums Online Curriculum:  Online Curriculum Giving access to curriculum at home and at school for students. Allowing students to using ICT and elearning in their learning. Allowing teachers to setup and get going in a short time. Everything is done inside a web browser! No HTML, FTP or coding! Contact Inf0rmation:  Contact Inf0rmation Further info: branson.darrel.l@edumail.vic.gov.au Blog: http://www.smsn.vic.edu.au/ictguy Podcast: http://feeds.feedburner.com/ictguy Podcast: http://feeds.feedburner.com/edtechcrew

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