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Making Quiz Questions in Moodle

One of Moodle’s many features is the quiz activity, which allows a teacher to assess a student’s knowledge in a variety of ways. However, before developing a quiz, a teacher needs to have questions developed and ready to be incorporated into the quiz. 373 more words


The Explore – Validate Design Pattern


As online instructors, we recognize that students benefit from interacting with content in a manner that truly makes them think.  And yet we find the task of creating interactive, meaningful content to be extremely challenging and time-consuming. 2,025 more words

Instructional Design

Very Nice Voice Over

I was able to explore more of Adobe’s Creative Cloud. Yesterday, I did the tutorial for Adobe Edge Animate. I had so much fun and I did it correctly! 302 more words


Learning: Paper or E-books?

What are the differences for reading and learning from e-books versus paper and traditional books?

Online or E-Book


  • Uses the technology available.
  • Back lit better for older eyes.
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Adult Learning

Climbing the SAMR Ladder with Google Earth

Last term I blogged about the planned use of the SAMR scale in my Year 13 Geography class. The teaching of this unit took place in the final weeks of that term, so now is an opportune moment to reflect and update the progress of this unit. 504 more words


What can eLearning Professionals learn from "Pokemon Go"?

When I last checked, Pokemon Go was downloaded by more than 130 million users since its launch just over a month ago in Jul’16. Telephone took more than 75 years to reach to 50 million users and post Internet era facebook took more than 3 years. 283 more words


The Opposite of My Frivolous Feedback

I read an article in Training Network Magazine called Give Critical Feedback written by Jim Hornickel. I thought it would be the perfect follow up to my Feedback or Frivolous post. 465 more words