Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Teaching Hacks Moodle modules

Moodle is growing in popularity around the world. There are currently 10,903 registered Moodle sites from 152 countries (view the cluster map) and many more that have not been officially registered. The 2005 Australian Moodle conference was hosted in Adelaide and this year's conference will be in Sydney on the 14-15 October.
Teaching Hacks (Quentin D'Souza ) is developing a number of free, self-directed collaborative online learning experiences or Learning Modules for K-12 educators using a Moodle environment.
Quentin’s “Google Earth 101” course attracted 50 participants in its first few days. He laments the lack of discussion to date but the wikis and screencasts have been popular.
Quentin is currently finishing a short workshop on “Cyberbullying 101” so stay tuned to Teaching Hacks Online PD blog category for more details.
Any additional resources on 'cyberbullying' for this Teaching Hacks module?
Check out postings in the other categories, links, presentations, resources and podcasts on this excellent blog.
The "50+ RSS Ideas for Educators" downloadable resource is a real gem which I have recommended before!

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