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Posted by on March 28, 2011 in Comunidad Moodle, English

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To all moodlers of the world ;)

 

Posted by on December 30, 2010 in Comunidad Moodle, English, Moodle 2.0

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Comprando libros en Moodle.org ayudas a su desarrollo

Asi es 🙂

Siempre que compremos libros directamente desde

la base de datos de Libros en Moodle.org

estamos contribuyendo a su desarrollo,

ya que un porcentaje de las ventas de cada libro será enviado a Moodle.

 

Posted by on August 24, 2010 in Comunidad Moodle

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Agosto es el mes de Moodle

Agosto es el mes Moodle 🙂

porque el 20 de Agosto Moodle cumple 8 años de vida

porque el 20 de Agosto es cumpleaños de Martin Dougiamas también

Happy Birthday

 

Posted by on August 19, 2010 in Comunidad Moodle

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Moodle Moot Australia del 11 al 14 de Julio del 2010

mantente enterado a traves del hashtag #mootau10 en twitter

y visitando su pagina

 

Posted by on July 11, 2010 in Comunidad Moodle

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Moodle has a Fairy and moodlefairy says:

Moodle: Where are the Teachers?

by Mary Cooch (our moodlefairy)

taken from moodlemootuk2010.org.uk  to preserve it here too 😀

I’m looking forward to presenting on Moodling with the Primaries in a few weeks’ time.  I am glad that,  like the imoot model, there are strands for Teachers as well as other users of Moodle. I intend highlighting some of the good  Moodle activities our local primaries have been doing, sharing my school’s primary liaison work and talking in general about my experiences helping primary teachers develop their Moodles.  (Incidentally – apart from interviewing  a few keen pupils from Reception up to year 6  I haven’t actually planned the workshop yet, so please if you have any special requests, get in touch!)

I’ve found Primary Moodling to be very varied – if you just take my own city, there are some (as you’ll see) doing fantastic stuff and some (as you won’t see) finding it hard even to remember the log in to their Moodle. I have a feeling that  a large number of primary school teachers with Moodle are struggling. Not because they are unwilling to Moodle (though some are) but because they are uneasy.  I’ll go into more details at the Moot but it seems to me on my travels that more often than not, teachers in primaries with Moodle find it harder to justify its use (my kids can’t even read yet – how could they use Moodle?) or get suitably proficient ( I have so many other jobs to do; there just isn’t time) or even understand how to manage it (how do the children get onto it?).

Yet at the same time,  I know from online communities that country-wide teachers and their local authorities are forging ahead with Moodle in KS2 and KS1. So will the twain ever meet? And how do we bring them together? When I spoke to a colleague about my Moodling with the Primaries workshop, he was sceptical: That’s all well and good, he said; but most of the people there will already know all about Moodling and the teachers you really want to get to won’t even have heard of the Moodle Moot – and if they had, they wouldn’t come because it’s in the school holidays. Fair point, and one that reminds me of the Twitter Experience.

Anyone established on Twitter gets to hear of online developments the minute they occur and at the same time as their friends – and we tend to forget there are lots of people out there who (if they have heard of Twitter at all) don’t use it and don’t know the latest ICT  ideas.  Australian Moodler Tomaz Lasic has just set up a long-needed course on moodle.org specifically for Teaching and Learning with Moodle. But how many primary school teachers in Garstang will be checking it out for ideas? We need to get people on board -we need to Spread the Word! MoodleFairy’s on a mission!  Ok; I’m asking the question, rather than offering any answers, but I would be very interested to know how many “regular” teachers will be at the Moot – especially from primary schools.

Regards

Mary

 

Posted by on March 20, 2010 in Comunidad Moodle, English

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A new awesome course on Moodle.org ‘Teaching and Learning with Moodle’

I was reading my email this morning, there was another Moodle announcement . . .

OMG this is awesome, a new course for moodlers, a new great course . . .
let’s read in Helen’s word this great news 😀

Teaching and Learning with Moodle
by Helen Foster – Friday, 19 March 2010, 07:39 AM


I’m pleased to announce a new course on moodle.org – Teaching and Learning with Moodle!
According to Tomaz Lasic, Moodle HQ’s Education Researcher, in his welcome message,

The main aims of the space are to:

  • provide a clear, synthesised and relatively gentle ‘intro to Moodle’ to new users in education and training environments
  • serve as an organised point for great ideas and resources for new and experienced users alike
  • become a generator and repository of Moodle-related (in)formal research in the use and design of Moodle

Be sure to check out Moodle recipes for educators – a community cookbook! for ideas on using Moodle in education, and feel free to add your own!

Congratulations Moodlers around the world!!!!!

 

Posted by on March 19, 2010 in Comunidad Moodle, English

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Resultados del Concurso Cool Course Competition

Resultados del Concurso Cool Course Competition

Todos los cursos participantes están disponibles

bajo licencia Creative Commons y pueden ser bajados desde

la base de datos del sitio

 

Posted by on March 6, 2010 in Comunidad Moodle

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Conoce las nuevas oficinas de Moodle

Moodle estrena nuevas oficinas centrales en Perth Australia.

Las paredes de las nuevas oficinas fueron pintadas de anaranjado

224 Lord St. Perth 6000 AUSTRALIA

Hay mas fotos de todo el interior de las oficinas en el Flickr de Martin Dougiamas

http://www.flickr.com/photos/moodler/

 

Posted by on February 28, 2010 in Comunidad Moodle

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Ya estan abiertas las votaciones en Cool Course Competition

Cool Course Competition at Moodle.org

Ya se estám realizando las votaciones en
http://coolcourses.moodle.org/

Con la utilizacion de ‘consulta’  (choice) se está llevando a cabo este proceso.

Tienes un voto por cada una de las 5 categorias.

Suerte a todos los participantes!!!

 

Posted by on January 23, 2010 in Comunidad Moodle

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