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Moodle for Teachers EVO21



Moodle for Teachers EVO21 (M4TEVO21) session will take place on the latest Moodle 3.10 (latest version). Participants will learn how to teach online using resources, activities, and blocks available in a Moodle course as students and practice in the role of a teacher and manager of a course. They will learn to engage in team peer learning, to create video tutorials using Screencast-o-Matic, Vimeo, and ZOOM (screen recording) to document learning and to use in a flipped classroom, and to manage their own Moodle courses. In weeks 2 - 5, participants will work collaboratively to create a team policy and syllabus using Google docs and to develop their own Moodle courses. 


Target audience:

  • Teachers of any subject or age groups
  • Anyone interested in developing and teaching online courses for blended and/or fully online learning programs or the flipped classroom  

Session objectives:

By the end of the workshop learners should be able to:

  • Manage & edit course settings

  • Manage enrolment methods and enrol users

  • Create and edit basic activities, resources, and use blocks 

  • Create video tutorials

  • Collaborate and engage with peers

  • Create a course in a Moodle course area using the tools

  • Earn one badge each week (5 in all)



Week 1: January 11-17


Introduction and Orientation


Week 1 Introduction to M4TEVO21, Moodle layout and to the participants, Screencast-o-Matic and Vimeo for screen recording to create video tutorials, and team formation.


  • Moodle as a platform designed for team peer learning and learner autonomy  

  • Interactive discussions for information sharing and effective team building tools.

  • Introduction to Screencast-o-Matic and Vimeo to create video tutorials

  • Learn and Teach with Moodle

  • Learn to navigate a Moodle course, use the rich editor, and record audio and video using PoodLL and the recorder, navigate and update personal Moodle profile, and post to the online discussion forums.

  • Discuss the meaning of student engagement and brainstorm ideas for collaborative lessons and projects.

  • Team formation for team peer learning

  • Choose a course topic for the collaborative course.   



Week 2:  January 18 - 24


Moodle Resources and Activities


In week 2, participants will receive teacher and manager rights, so you can try out the resources and activities available in a Moodle course in the Teacher Practice Area (TPA). They will receive team areas to practice adding resources and activities available on the Moodle. 


  • Compare the resources and activities in a Moodle course
  • Discuss the role of a teacher in the classroom and in a Moodle course 
  • Explore Moodle Tools in the Teacher Practice Area (TPA)
  • Document the resources available in the TPA by creating video tutorials using Screencast-o-Matic and publishing them on Youtube and/or Vimeo 
  • Document the activities available in the TPA by creating video tutorials using Screencast-o-Matic and publishing videos on Youtube and/or Vimeo. 


Week 3: January 25 - 31


Moodle Blocks and Planning a Collaborative Online Course


In week 3, participants will receive rights as managers of a Moodle course and work on the blocks. They will practice in the Manager Practice Area (MPA). They will also start working on their collaborative courses. 


  • Discuss the role of a manager of a school and in a Moodle course
  • Explore Moodle Tools in the Manager Practice Area (MPA)
  • Document the blocks available on Moodle in the main course area as a student.
  • Document the blocks available in the Manager practice area (MPA) as a manager of the course by showing how to add blocks. 
  • Prepare a collaborative teamwork policy and a syllabus for their course. 


Week 4: February 1 - 7


Collaborative Course Design


In weeks 3 - 5, participants will work in teams to design a collaborative course. They will document the process using Screencast-o-Matic and publish the recording as a team on Youtube or Vimeo. 


Participants will learn to create and use digital badges and create certificates for their courses that relate to the activities of their Moodle courses. 


Week 5: February 8 - 14


Showcase and Reflections


In week 5, participants will create videos to document their courses, reflect, and share them on Padlet and provide feedback using Flipgrid (video). 




  • Moodle 
  • ZOOM (directly from Moodle)


Other technology tools:

  1. Flipgrid https://flipgrid.com/d312bb5f
  2. Vimeo https://vimeo.com
  3. Screencast-o-matic https://screencast-o-matic.com
  4. Voki https://www.voki.com
  5. Canva  https://www.canva.com
  6. Wakelet https://wakelet.com
  7. Miro https://miro.com
  8. Padlet https://padlet.com 
  9. Google (docs, slides, forms) https://drive.google.com 
  10. ZOOM https://zoom.us
  11. Jitsi (in the course).  
  12. Microsoft Teams (in the course) 



Join this session


Registration starts on Jan 3, 2021. 


To join this EVO session:


From January 3 - 10.


  1. Go to: http://moodle4teachers.org/course/view.php?id=261
  2. Log in the first and each time by clicking on one of the following social icons: Facebook, Microsoft, or Gmail on the login page: Login in with Gmail, Facebook, LinkedIn, Microsoft 
  3. Enrol in https://moodle4teachers.org/course/view.php?id=261



If you need further help on how to log in, please watch the following video:

How to Sign Up and Login (video)






Name (last, first)

Email address

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Deutsch, Nellie



Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D. is a Canadian who practices long distance teaching, running, and healing. She has been teaching EFL in the public school system and at universities for over 40 years. Her teaching expertise include junior high school (ages 12-15) team leadership and adult teacher development. She also practices mindfulness, the Alexander Technique, the Paula Method, and Reiki in and out of the classroom. 

Kapoor, Harshita harshitak@codewizacademy.com India

Harshita Kapoor is the founder of Codewizacademy, an e-learning portal designed and developed for teaching Core programming and IT related skills. She has worked as an educationist, being a faculty at prominent educational institutes in the K-12 sector. She was also entrusted with various special assignments such as content reviewing and instructional designing for school learning solutions. She holds a Masters degree in Computer Application. She also holds various programming certifications, such as OCPJP by Oracle. She is certified as Cyber Crime Investigator by ASCL, India. This helped her deal with Cyberbullying and challenges related to being online, for school students. She has also conducted several seminars on Cyber Security for students, management and parents at the K-12 level.  She is passionate about teaching, mainly programming and related subjects since that is her forte.


Ewa Kozłowska kozewunia@gmail.com Poland 

Ewa Kozłowska has a Masters in Mechanical-Medical Engineering, an inter-academic field of study run cooperatively by Gdańsk University of Technology and the Medical University of Gdańsk, Poland. She started her adventure with e-learning in May 2015 by volunteering inERASMUS+ projects and taking part in Moodle MOOCs. She is currently working on her PhD in mechanical engineering and medical device designing with the use of computer collaboration tools by multidisciplinary specialists.




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