In week 4, participants will work in teams to begin designing a collaborative course. They will need to set up a syllabus
and Team Policy, create an overview of the course in the first section and assign sections to each of the members.
Each member of the course will add activities and resources that align with the syllabus and objectives of the course to their individual sections. They will document the process using a screen recorder (Screencast-o-matic, Vimeo, Awesome, Edpuzzle, Loom, Zoom, Flipgrid) and publish the recordings individually on Youtube or Vimeo in week 5. The Youtube videos will then be added to a curation wall (Miro, Padlet, Wakelet, Mural, Conceptboard, Jamboard) and the link to the discussion forum.
Learning to Moodle is an ongoing process that never ends. There's always more to learn because the platform develops, changes, and improves and so do we. Keep that in mind as you work on your collaborative course. You may find Carol Dweck's work on the importance of the process as opposed to the need to reach a point in time of interest.
Remember that you're here to explore the platform, work with your peers, support one another, and develop online teaching and Moodle skills.
Here is a list of the collaborative courses listed according to your teams. Use the following key of enrollment to log in electronicvillageonline22 (copy and paste it)
Learn how to access the collaborative courses.:
Each participant is required to share their final teamwork policy document. Please submit your teamwork policy by copying and pasting the link of the team Google doc link. Make sure that the doc is viewable by anyone who has the link and is not restricted.
Each participant is required to share their final team syllabus. Please submit your syllabus by copying and pasting the link of the team Google doc link. Make sure the doc is viewable by anyone who has the link and not restricted.