This course discusses assessment strategies, as well as how to implement these strategies on the Moodle platform; however, it does not go over the specifics of how to use the Moodle platform. Although anyone would benefit from the assessment strategies and best practices discussed in this course, it was designed for instructors using the Moodle platform, who already have an understanding of how the platform works.
- [Lecturer] In this course, we'll be discussing some assessment strategies, as well as how to implement them on the Moodle platform. We won't be going over the specifics about how to use the Moodle platform. Although I believe that anyone would benefit from the assessment strategies and best practices presented, the course was designed for instructors using the Moodle platform, who already have an understanding of how the platform works. This could be teachers, professors, corporate trainers or anyone responsible for helping people learn via Moodle.
If you'd like to learn more about the specifics related to Moodle, I recommend checking out one of the Moodle courses in our library, depending on which version that you have access to. In this course, I'll be using Moodle version 3.1. I want to note that Moodle is a highly customizable platform and the look and layout of your Moodle platform may be different than mine. If you don't have access to some of the features discussed in this course, talk to your site administrator and see if they can enable those features.
- Establishing learning objectives
- Determining an assessment strategy
- Using informal and formal assessments
- Creating knowledge checks
- Using the Moodle gradebook
- Providing personalized feedback
- Creating rubrics
- Creating and submitting assignments