2016 » Papers » Volume 3 » Using Moodle resources in teaching, learning and assessment
|1. USING MOODLE RESOURCES IN TEACHING, LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT|
Volume 3 | DOI: 10.12753/2066-026X-16-189 | Pages: 83-89
Moodle offers a wide range of opportunities for the organization of the teaching-learning-assessment using the virtual environment.
To illustrate the teaching-learning, the paper presents a method that uses "Flipped Classroom".
Strengthening the knowledge acquired is exemplified in a theme that can interpret geometric concepts taught, using the software GeoGebra.
For evaluation we used online tests and homework, whose resolution is posted by Moodle school students.
Moodle resources and activities offered are very helpful for teachers and are attractive to students.
Method "Flipped Classroom" I used to teaching the topic "remarkable finite groups" .I created a lesson in more steps, we presented the theoretical concepts as clearly, we introduced application page resolved, I asked questions of control. Finally I put a worksheet with applications that were discussed with the classes after they have studied individual lesson. Separately, we designed a test for the end of the lesson face to face. I note that the lesson pages are endowed with buttons that allow access / jump from one page to another.
I used GeoGebra software on the topic "system of equations" to class IX. The geometric interpretation of solutions of a system of two equations with two unknown was rapidly through graphical method. Students had the opportunity to see the link between algebra and geometry.
To evaluate the tests we used online. To create various types of items I used Wiris editor: it makes creative exercises have every access to test another form! Scoring is done automatically, wrong answers can be analyzed. The platform makes and statistical charts that offer teachers an overview.
We use and evaluation by students prpuse topics on the platform. Once they resolve, load by the solutions and the teacher corrects / notes.
Moodle resources and activities, "Flipped Classroom", online tests.