Use Moodle to provide an organized set of learning resources to students.
Use Moodle to provide interactive learning activities to students.
Use Moodle to create Interactive Activities
Use Moodle to create various online evaluation tools to measure student understanding/achievement
Understand the importance of backing up a Moodle Course.
Understand the procedures to backup up a Moodle Course.
If using Moodle to provide online activities or resources, you must first have a username and password, and have your course(s) created.
A link to your Moodle Course(s) should be provided from the Schools webpage. (Both from your profile and your web page.)
Most of the links in the administration block in a course are only visible and available to teachers of the course. Some of the features in the administration block allow teachers to manage Course settings, student and teacher enrollments and their groups.
Moodle Modules consist of Resources and Activities which allow teachers to create Learning Opportunities for students.
Resources: Static content such as text and links to web pages
Activities: Interactive content such as quizzes, forums, assignments, blogs, surveys, and Wikis
A lesson we have learned a lesson the hard way. If you do not back-up your Moodle page, there is a chance a corrupt file will render you unable to update your Moodle page. We have experienced such a problem. To back up your page, follow these simple steps:
Add new content as you would normally
On the left hand side of the page under the "administration" heading, find the "backup" icon.
Clicking this icon will open a new page and allow you to select all of the content you wish to have backup.
If there is ever an issue with your page, you may click the "restore" icon and select the most recent file to retrieve your information.