Wednesday, September 26
This keynote will explore how quality learning routines depend on accessibility and seamlessness, and how we should “look over the horizon at the digital environment and consider how platforms such as Moodle can create an environment that will result in strong learning outcomes”.
Designing and Developing Learning Analytics Models
Facilitated by Elizabeth Dalton – Moodle HQ
In this hands-on workshop, we will explore the design and creation of a new model using the Moodle Learning Analytics API, from specifying the model as an educator or researcher to developing the model in PHP. Both educators and developers are welcome to attend. Submit completed designs and basic plugins to the Moodle Learning Analytics Online Workshop (Introduction to Moodle Learning Analytics) and earn the “Moodle Learning Analytics * Beginning Designer” or “Moodle Learning Analytics * Beginning Developer” badge! Please bring a device with at least a 20cm screen and a keyboard for full participation. Attendance at the earlier Moot presentation is NOT required.
Using Moodle in creative ways to enhance education in K-12 schools, universities and VET sectors
Facilitated by Kristina Hoeppner, Catalyst IT
How can you engage your learners online in Moodle? Come along to this workshop to look at ways of spicing up your Moodle course. Work with others to create an activity that you can try out in your own course after the Moot
Learning Design Essentials for Moodle
In this hands on workshop, you’ll learn how to design a learning sequence in a Moodle course. Our aim is to promote collaboration, track learner progress, restrict access based on conditions, assess learning, gather feedback, run completion reports and award badges.
Chad Outten – My Learning Space