Moodle Tool Guide for Teachers

A few weeks ago, a Social Media Cheat Sheet was doing the round. A nice visualization of the pro’s & cons of each social media channel, but with a business/marketing focus. I thought I should do one for social media use in education. However for most of the teachers I work with, our Moodle (EIT Online) is still their primary online teaching environment. So instead I set out to create this poster size guide for teachers, allowing them to compare the functionality and pedagogical advantages of some standard Moodle tools, adding a column to indicate how tricky the tool is to set up.

Moodle Tool Guide for Teachers (icon)

Moodle Tool Guide for Teachers

Hope you find it useful. Would appreciate your feedback.

Moodle Tool Guide for Teachers (PDF)

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  1. [...] 两年前曾经有一个很火的《Moodle Tool Guide for Teachers》,被翻译为 12 种语言,可以很方便地帮助教师根据想做的事情找到最适合的工具。最近 Gavin Henrick 针对 Moodle 2 改编了它,原文在此。这么好的东西不译成中文实在太可惜了,所以,请下载,并欢迎纠错! [...]

  2. [...] Moodle Guide for Teachers Image by st0nemas0nry Bojan and Simon at SkillsTech Australia checking out Joyce’s Moodle Guide for Teachers from http://www.cats-pyjamas.net/2010/05/moodle-tool-guide-for-teachers/ [...]

  3. [...] The lovely catspyjamasnz, also known as Joyce Seitzinger and famous for the development of Moodle Tool Guide, has collated resources on this site which you might find useful. Specifically, I would like to [...]

  4. [...] lovely catspyjamasnz, also known as Joyce Seitzinger and famous for the development of Moodle Tool Guide, has collated resources on this site which you might find useful. Specifically, I would like to [...]

  5. [...] of you will have used and maybe still use Joyce Seitzinger’s Moodle Tool Guide (@catspyjamasnz)  which she released nearly two years ago. As her blog mentions since then people [...]

  6. [...] Sie empfiehlt Tools für bestimmte Lernaktivitäten oder Aktivitäten mit bestimmten Tools. Das ausdruckbare Poster wurde u. a. bereits zweimal ins Deutsche übersetzt, einmal von Martin Vögeli, einmal von Ralf [...]

  7. [...] best support the curriculum.  I also thought that a Desire2Learn Tool Guide for Teachers (like the Moodle Tool Guide developed by Joyce Seitzinger in 2010) would be useful in helping academic staff decide which tool [...]

  8. [...] herself created it after seeing the Social Media Cheat Sheet. Read about it here on her blog. Download her original [...]

  9. [...] herself created it after seeing the Social Media Cheat Sheet. Read about it here on her blog. Download her original [...]

  10. [...] original Moodle Tool Guide was developed by Joyce Seitzinger.  We (Sherry, Dave and myself) redeveloped it as a Moodle Lesson [...]

  11. Ralf Hilgenstock says:

    Hello Joyce,

    some time ago we translated the toolguide based on the two page version from Gavin to German. Your original version is published with BY-NC-SA CC licence.
    The common interpretation of this licence says that its not allowed to use the material in courses from organization where people have to pay for course access. I think this was not your intention. Tranlsations from your toolguide have to be published with the same licence as your original. We would like to change the licence for our translation that commercial use is allowed also. Do you agree?

    Ralf

  12. [...] través de diferentes blogs, nos llega el enlace a este documento con una comparación entre las distintas herramientas que ofrece Moodle a los proefsores, así [...]

  13. [...] Joyce Seitzinger’s Moodle Tool Guide (2010), an example of an LMS critique based on pedagogical [...]

  14. [...] while ago I posted about a guide to Moodle that Joyce Seitzinger had created – “Moodle Tool Guide for Teachers“, and I am pleased to say it was [...]

  15. [...] networked support from other bloggers and tweeters at a distance. For me, getting the award for the Moodle Tool Guide for Teachers encouraged me to tell myself: “See, I’m not crazy. I’ll just keep going.” [...]

  16. […] been four and a half years since I blogged the original Moodle Tool Guide. The guide has long since gone its own way. It doesn’t belong to me anymore, it belongs to […]

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