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Moodle Mooc 9

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It’s the first day of November, 2016 which also marks the beginning of another Moodle training chapter in the Moodle4Teachers program of courses. The MM9 has been organized totally by Dr Nellie Deutsch and will be co-moderated by Tom Hodgers and Ramesh Sharma.

Exactly you might rightly ask just what does a Moodle Mooc entail…well, firstly it’s all about learning how to use the moodle in conjunction with live virtual meetings commonly referred to as Webinars. The Moodle platform is constantly being updated and is perhaps the most equipped platform to create self paced courses, with tracking mechanisms that keep the course participant on the right path.

Teaching and Learning do go hand in hand – as a Teacher should know – that in order to be in the forefront of modern teaching methodology then the Teacher must be a constant dedicated life long learner. Some may beg to differ … please do and leave your comments below, thank you.

The Moodle Mooc is a free normally 4-5 week course with varied activities and opportunites to actively participate in course creation within the ‘practice’ areas of the Moodle site on the Moodle4Teachers by Integrating Technology. This year we will be ‘playing’ on the newest version of the Moodle 3.1 with over 100 professionals from around the globe. But there’s room for more so if you’re keen to learn and can devote 2 hours a week then come and join us here!  You can easily join by clicking on one of the social media buttons and voila you will be a participant in less time than it takes to make a cup of tea.

See you there!

Below is an example of what the moodle looks like and my haphazard navigation…

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Author: Nives Torresi

Nives Torresi is a Teacher of English as a foreign language; English Drama; Business English and English Exam Preparation (Cambridge FCE). Nives also translates from Italian to English (with a specialization in Business Manuals, Historical archives and Medical papers), works as Interpreter and Mediator for Business negotiations. Currently also teaches online via interactive learning platform for Business English courses and Language tutoring. Participates actively in online Teacher Training or development courses such as M4T Moodle for Teachers, Teaching with Technology, Learn to Blend and Flip with Technology, Action Research Projects to improve Instruction and Learning. Moderator in the Moodle courses for M4T EVO 15; M4T EVO 16 - TEFL2YL EVO 16 Recent online live webinar Presentations include: - The "One Foolish Monkey" series on History of Blogging with co-Teacher Tom Hodgers - CO15 - Connecting Online live Conference - "Understanding Pair Teaching in Micro Teaching Online" with Tom Hodgers. - Webinars for IATEFL YLT SIG: 2015 - "Play, Learn and Grow Together" an After school English language learning project. 2016 - "Play, Learn and Grow Together" a Pre-school English language learning project. - MM7 Moodle Mooc 7 by Integrating Technology - M4T moodle for teachers - Live Webinar presentation "Teaching and Learning Along the Way" November 16, 2015 - EFL Talks - Answers webinar February 20, 2016 "Using a Board Game in the EFL classroom" - EFL Talks - TERMS "PODCASTS" - MM9 co-Presenter with Thomas Hodgers "Teaching Online with Moodle" - MM9 Panelist on Digital Badges Discussion - HeartELT project - contributing author letter "W" - EVO Moderator Training 2014; 2015; 2016 - TEFL2YL EVO 2017 Session moderator and presenter "Board Games in the EFL Classroom" CO 17 Connecting Online live Conference Presenter with Tom Hodgers "Teamwork Online" - 2016-2017 Business English Conversation Course - a 36 hour course for industrial Engineering firm.

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