Letting Students Choo-Choo Choose Their Own Track with a Choice Board

Creating a choice board has never been easier than it is now with digital tools. At the recent TCEA 2020 Convention & Exposition, my colleagues […]

Moodlepreneur Monday: Diversity Is An Old Educator’s Problem (Updated)

Updated on February 4, 2020. For the old powers of education, including those in the now decades-old EdTech, a sobering aspect of learning today is […]

Moodlepreneur Monday: Diversity Is An Old Educator’s Problem

For the old powers of education, including those in the now decades-old EdTech, a sobering aspect of learning today is the endless discovery of diversity. […]

Moodle: Other New Features

As we’re upgrading from Moodle 3.0 to 3.4 this year, there are a range of minor enhancements which have been introduced over that time, here […]

Universal Design for Learning: Meeting the needs of all students

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework that aides educators in designing lessons that meet the needs of diverse learners. We want to reach […]

Rethinking High School (and Accountability, Choice, and Philanthropy): Russlynn Ali of XQ Institute

Personalized and competency-based learning will be key to remaking high schools, XQ Institute CEO Russlynn Ali told a gathering of education reporters.

Moodle Help – Feedback vs Questionnaire module? #moodletips

Do you know how effective your moodle course is for your students? Are you taking their opinion about the course? By default Moodle includes Choice, […]

4 Strategies for Incorporating Choice Into the Learning Process

  Imagine somebody telling you, “You must learn this precise information and you must learn it in this way.” To me, this is abhorrent. I […]

#232 Moodle Group Choice: Let your students decide!

Groups in Moodle are a really useful tool. You can use them to send announcements to selected students or release certain materials to particular groups […]

Let Freedom to Choose…Ring

Choice. It’s a beautiful word. It means having options and being able to select an alternative for something that works for you. Whether you’re male […]

Learning How to “Campus”

In my opinion, one of the neatest accomplishments a noun can achieve is when it is used as a verb. It may be hard to […]

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