Reflecting on Moodle Mooc 7
Thanks to Nellie Deutsch I was able to start a MOOC course about MOODLE in November. I was late as I had worked on more Moocs and I was busy with my new classes this year. But I could not resist and just started late , it was the second week but I could catch up. And now I have done most of the activities.
This is the link to the program https://docs.google.com/document/d/19YfwWbwgP7jwJaMfJ8H2YPVuRL8awTvyDst9DCyOqPA/edit
I had done some lessons online in August and I had already used Moodle https://moodle.org/ as a beginner. I had also used Moodle as a learner as I had done two online courses thanks to ZANICHELLI in Italy. But I wanted to try to work on it again.
WHO RAN THE MOOC online:
Dr. Nellie Deutsch is founder of Integrating Technology and Moodle for Teachers (M4T) social learning networks. She organizes MOOCs, Moodle training, online conferences, webinars and teaching with technology as a way to learn. She is a blended and e-learning expert and is the author of Instructor Experiences with Implementing Technology in Blended Learning Courses.
She has set up her youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/nelliemuller/featured
The course is well-planned and it helps Teachers work on Moodle while following webminars and sharing ideas too.
You can find a presentation of the Mooc on the webpage www.moodle4teachers.org or by seeing the video on the Youtube:
In the next days I will write about what I have seen and learnt by watching the webminars mainly in the recorded sessions as I was not at home to watch them while they were presented online. Some interesting sessions and what I saw was really worth seeing.
Tiziana Angiolini 21 November 2015