Lesson 1 : Introduction to online learning
An introductory module discussing the underlying principles and philosophy of online learning. Prior to selecting tools, platforms or applications, it is critical for educators to gain an overall understanding of online llearning.
Videos + Reading Material + Forum Discussions + Quizzes
Lesson 2 - Social Constructionist Theory
The design and development of Moodle is guided by a “social constructionist pedagogy” . Constructionism asserts that learning is particularly effective when constructing something for others to experience. This module will introduce you to the philosophy underlying Moodle for you to understand it better.
Videos + Reading Material + Forum Discussions
LESSON 3 : Scenarios where Moodle can work
In this lesson, we will discuss the various scenarios of using moodle – blended learning, asynchronous versus synchronous learning and how these can fit into requirements of multiple target audiences- young children in an elementary school or adults in higher education.
Videos + Reading material +Quizzes
Lesson 4 - Core Features of Moodle
This section will explore some of the core features of moodle that are used to build courses. You will see samples of these features as well as learn to use a few tools yourself.
Video + Assignments + Quiz
Lesson 5: Build Your Own Course
In this module you will get a chance to experiment with creating and building your own course.
Videos+ Practise Course + Forum Discussions