Short Moodle Tips
Short Moodle Tips
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Log In Here.....Don't Miss the News!
How do you, your students, and your parents find your Moodle page? Have everyone come to this page to log in, using the link in the upper right hand corner. By coming here first, you, your students, and your parents will be sure to see all the great news updates, tips of the day, and meeting announcements we post here! After they log in here, they can find your page by using the links on the left. So don't provide a shortcut link directly to your page.....have everyone use our Front Page Log In, and stay up-to-date on our Diocesan Moodle happenings!
Use a Moodle Forum
Looking for a way to hold a great online discussion between yourselves and your students? Use the Moodle Forum activity! As the teacher, you can post a question you want your students to discuss, and they can post their own ideas, or comment on their fellow students' ideas. All posts are clearly marked with the student's name, date, and time; using a Moodle Forum activity also can reinforce your students' ability to write and express themselves clearly.
Use a Wiki to Share A Document
There is a unique tool in Moodle called a Wiki. The Wiki tool allows a teacher to create a document that can be shared by their entire class; not only can it be shared, but it can be changed or edited by any member of the class. It's sort of like taping a big piece of paper up on your bulletin board for students to write on! Some teachers use Wikis for shared lists (for example, a sign up sheet for bringing items to a picnic), in which each student can input towards a final group goal. Other teachers use Wikis to provide exercises to their students, so they can work in groups on a single project. Do you have any Wiki ideas? Feel free to share them with us!
Who Has Been on My Moodle Page?
Teachers, you can see every time someone visits your Moodle page! While you are on your page, on the left side, click on NAVIGATION. In that long list, find the link called LOGS (it might be hiding under the link REPORTS). Clicking that will allow you to select the date you want to inspect (all the other boxes can be left as is). Click on GET THESE LOGS, and you'll see a complete list of everyone who visited your page that day....along with what they looked at!