[IAEP] Where should we put Lesson Plans? Currwiki?
David Van Assche
dvanassche at gmail.com
Thu Sep 10 03:32:40 EDT 2009
Well, this is really what moodle was created for. Especially considering its
the main tool used in all XS server implmentations and is in use in at least
40% of British schools. I'm not sure about the American numbers, but pretty
sure it must be highly used there too. Creating courses in moodle is not
only easy, but extremely powerful, and can be easily shared with other
teachers. There are existing general moodle implementations, though none
have enough content, including the sugarlabs one (schools.sugarlabs.org) I'm
focusing my own efforts on linux-for-education.org, where little by little
we're growing the site. The latter has 5 sugar based courses I created and
several ubuntu and opensuse courses. Apart from the courses, the glossaries
and database modules link straight into the course content, allowing
students to easily look up terms used in courses that might be confusing.
David Van Assche
On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 3:27 AM, Bryan Berry <bryan at olenepal.org> wrote:
> > From: Caroline Meeks <caroline at solutiongrove.com>
> > Subject: [IAEP] Where should we put Lesson Plans? Currwiki?
> > To: iaep <iaep at lists.sugarlabs.org>, Kellie Doty
> > <kmd970 at mail.harvard.edu>
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> > I'd like to introduce Kellie Doty, she is a fellow student in the
> > Technology, Education and Innovation program at Harvard Grad School for
> > Education and she is in Intern at Sugar Labs this fall working on the GPA
> > project. Kellyie's role will be to help us develop curriculum, test it
> > GPA and publish it in a format that will be easy to adopt by other
> > One of her first tasks will be to take the lessons we did
> > over the summer and try to write them up.
> > One question is where should we put lesson plans?
> > My first thought was wiki.sugarlabs.org
> > our wonderful maze of twisty pages all different. But Kellie pointed
> > out that teachers need to be able to find things through various paths
> > such as subject, grade level and activities used.
> > My second thought was Moodle as it probably has a module for that.
> +1 for curriki. It has an existing community of teachers to work w/ and
> it is a good tool, geared to their needs
> Bryan W. Berry
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