[IAEP] Where should we put Lesson Plans? Currwiki?
tomeu at sugarlabs.org
Thu Sep 10 03:50:33 EDT 2009
On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 09:32, David Van Assche<dvanassche at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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.
But I guess you can deploy Curriki content in Moodle instances? I
think the main point of Curriki is working together with an existing
community, not so much about what is used to deploy the content.
> kind regards,
> 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
>> > at
>> > GPA and publish it in a format that will be easy to adopt by other
>> > teachers.
>> > 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
>> Technology Director
>> OLE Nepal, http://www.olenepal.org
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