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ID : 1801
Original submission元の投稿 :
Title題名 : Moodle Homework Quizzes: Flipping the Content for Oral Communication Classes
Type種類 : Presentation (20 mins)
Category部類 : Individual presentation
Language言語 : English
Abstract要約 :

This presentation shows how to easily create quizzes in Moodle using home-grown content-based videos with the ‘flipped classroom’ approach. Flipped instruction is a blended learning approach that removes lectures as a classroom activity, instead moving the content presentation to individual online pre-class homework. This allows class time to focus on face-to-face interaction including pair-work, group work, discussion, project creation and performance. Although the examples shown in the demonstrated course are from a foreign language learning class, this approach can be applied to all fields of science, medicine, humanities, engineering, and management education. This session will first outline specific settings for Moodle such as quiz availability (time open/closed) and associated plugins (Progress Bar) that help students build study habits of pre-class preparation. Second, it will show how to sequence content to fit into a task-based learning framework. In other words, how to make the initial video so that it will present a problem or task without answering the problem, to be later followed by a mini-lecture video that does present structured content and support. Then the authors summarize techniques of short video production, show sample videos, and evaluate the best question types to allow interaction with video media (ordering, matching, missing word/cloze). Finally, as part of the presentation, each participant can receive a free text copy download the entire set of course materials (pdf, quiz, video, audio) into their own Moodle site using the Open Course Showcase (Hub), a free courseware sharing site, hosted by the Moodle Association of Japan.  

Keywordsキーワード : quiz, flipped, homework, motivation
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Main presenter筆頭発表者 : Mr. Matthew COTTER コッター マシュー
Affiliation所属 : Hokusei Gakuen University 北星学園大学 (Sapporo, Japan)
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Co-presenter (2)共同研究者(2) : Mr. Don Hinkelman (Sapporo Gakuin University)
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Date added入力日付 : Wednesday, 31 October 2018, 5:54 AM
Date modified更新日付 : Tuesday, 25 December 2018, 4:05 PM
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Schedule numberスケジュール番号 : 216-P
Schedule day開催予定日 : Feb 28th (Thu)
Schedule time開催予定時刻 : 10: 40 - 10: 50
Schedule duration開催予定時間 : 10 mins
Schedule room name開催予定室名 : Room 202 (80 seats)
Schedule room seats開催予定室名の坐整数 : 80 seats
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