Mahara: ePortfolios for Moodle users

Presentation by Kristina D.C. Hoeppner at the iMoot, the International MoodleMoot, on 15 May 2015. Slides available for download at https://www.slideshare.net/4nitsirk/m… Source: www.youtube.com See on Scoop.it – Moodlicious

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Developing open education literacies with practicing K-12 teachers

This study seeks to understand how to use formal learning activities to effectively support the development of open education literacies among K-12 teachers. Considering pre- and post-surveys from K-12 teachers (n = 80) who participated in a three-day institute, this study considers whether participants entered institutes with false confidence or misconceptions related to open education, […]

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Mobile cloud learning for higher education: A case study of Moodle in the cloud

Mobile cloud learning, a combination of mobile learning and cloud computing, is a relatively new concept that holds considerable promise for future development and delivery in the education sectors. Cloud computing helps mobile learning overcome obstacles related to mobile computing. The main focus of this paper is to explore how cloud computing changes traditional mobile […]

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10 Online Learning Trends to Watch in 2015 [#Infographic]

The future’s biggest online movements in education are taking shape today.   Amid the shifting sands of online education, which trends can we expect to set the tone for e-learning in the year ahead?   Online options are growing, and the classroom format is changing to incorporate the technology. There are a few trends on […]

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10 Drivers Of Blended Learning In Education

Blended learning is the use of both face-to-face and eLearning approaches to deliver learning experiences (as opposed to direct instruction). Whether you’re mixing a formal learning management system with in-person lectures, or a flipped approach that combines YouTube videos with in-class group work and individual instruction, these are all examples of blended learning. The infographic below […]

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Effective practice with e-portfolios | Jisc

Effective Practice with e-Portfolios uses the outcomes of recent significant projects and examples from current practice to explore how e-portfolios can add value to personalised and reflective models of learning. Drawing on the work of key national agencies and organisations and on excellent practice and recent initiatives by institutions and professional bodies, the guide illustrates […]

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Save Time When Building Your Moodle Courses

If you build courses in Moodle, then this post is for you. Today, I’m going to provide you with some time saving techniques to use when building your Moodle courses. – See more at: http://www.moodlerooms.com/resources/blog/save-time-when-building-your-moodle-courses#sthash.Ol7tfwEs.dpuf Source: www.moodlerooms.com See on Scoop.it – Moodlicious

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Teaching Digital Citizenship through Scenarios (Blog Posts).

Once I decided I was going to teaching Digital Citizenship to my 6-8 middle school students it’s was brought to my attention of producing student reflections & insights through creating blog posts on teacher given scenarios. This is a great methodology that allows teachers to see students reflections, insights, as well as allowing students to […]

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