This is new for us as of Moodle 3.6 (2019/SU term) and is part of a greater article on Moodle Groups and may be particularly effective as a requirement before students can participate in a group activity. NOTE: If you Continue reading
This is new for us as of Moodle 3.6 (2019/SU term) and is part of a greater article on Moodle Groups and may be particularly effective as a requirement before students can participate in a group activity.
This is an article about Groups in Moodle and assumes you have already created groups. Groupings are mostly used in Forums setup for multiple groups working on separate tasks within a single Forum or Assignment activity. From the Groups Continue reading
This article is one in a series of articles about Groups in Moodle. After you’ve created the Group containers, you may want to: Assign students to your groups. Let students to pick their groups. Create a Grouping if you want Continue reading
Zoom is a synchronous online collaboration tool which can be used to conduct and record online lectures, host office hours, set up group meeting spaces, and more—all with annotation and whiteboard capabilities. For more information, review the following resources: Zoom Continue reading
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Forums can also be referred to as discussion forums, threads, discussions and similar. They are a way to have students post text, images, or attachments that you want other students to see and/or interact with. Working with Forums in Moodle
Workshops are a Moodle activity which is highly customizable and thus takes a comparatively high amount of setup but facilitates peer review within a class. This activity features: Two grading values: student submissions as well as peer review Multiple Phases Continue reading
Create a Database Activity for Sharing Images from Students that may or may not allow for comments by yourself and other students.
This is an advanced topic. You should be somewhat familiar with the Moodle interface and setting up courses before you try the following. An instructor can organize users into Groups across an entire course and within particular activities of a Continue reading