A page dedicated to my experience in the MM4 (moodle mooc 4) – specifically in the Moodle 4 Beginners. Although I had tried and attempted another course in this respect, this year 2014 has been my launching pad for a full commitment to learning the advantages of using the Moodle platform for Teaching.
The mere fact of attending a MOOC (massive open online course) has been an eye opening experience, not just the learning aspect which obviously done from the comfort of one’s studio or home or favourite lounge chair cannot be equaled or surpassed to an average classroom. Or at least this is my opinion, which is open to criticism. However it is quite another experience when one endeavours to also learn a new technique or update one’s technological know how as in this case with the Moodle platform.
If there is anyone out there who is in the same boat and is just vaguely familiar with the Moodle platform, then be sure to join in the next Free online course at WizIq in the capable hands of Dr Nellie Deutsch at the helm. Or if you like you can always go to this course which although the online live classes have ended the recordings are still available to listen to!
Course link: http://www.wiziq.com/course/48101-moodle-mooc-4
In this page I will be adding my remaining reflections on the Moodle Mooc 4 Lessons as a way to keep them all together in one place. When I have completed the course and achieved the first step in the online learning journey of understanding the Moodle platform then all of my reflections and doodling in the Moodle will all (hopefully) appear in this section of my blog.
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