The gradebook in Moodle includes many features and so may appear too complex to use. But, it is very important that students receive feedback and correct information about their grades. Here are some links to help you with preliminary gradebook tasks.
Julie Moser has been teaching at Granite State College for over a year and teaching online for four years.
For years, there have been various tools for assembling a video and synchronized slides to offer a more personalized presentation. We think we’ve found one that gives you a great bang for the buck (free!), and the most simple to use of the ones we’ve seen. It’s called Movenote.
In exploring the use of metacognition at the post-secondary level, Lisa Lee (GSC faculty) adapted the 5 steps to metacognition to include critical inquiry questions driving self-reflection and autonomy.
GSC will be upgrading to Moodle 2.6 on September 2, 2014. This version has new features and performance improvements.
The Moodle Checklist allows instructors to create a “to do” list for students to work through and provides a visual representation of what has been accomplished so far in the course
A simple block to display a user’s or multiple users’ profile and contact information.
To add a general block with information such as faculty availability or response time, you can create a custom block using an HTML block. This post shows you how.