Within the Moodle platform, you have the ability to organize students into groups. Groups can be used as a way to send information to specific subsets of students as well as the ability for students to work together on group projects and submit them on the platform. On Moodle you can choose to have groups randomly created, or you can customize groups by manually adding students to specific groups.
- There may be times that you need to organize…your students into groups.…The good news is,…is that it's easy to create groups on the Moodle platform.…In order to do this,…I'm going to navigate to the administration block.…Mine's on the left-hand side.…From here I'll select users,…and then groups.…Now, you'll notice that…I do not yet have any groups created.…In order to do this,…I'm going to scroll to the bottom.…We have the ability to create our own groups,…it will auto-create groups,…or we can import groups from another location.…In this case I'm going to create a group,…and it will first ask me for the group name.…
For this example,…I'll name it group one.…I could give a group ID number…as well as a description.…I could give an enrollment key…for students to be able to enroll into the group.…And I can also add a picture to represent the group.…And I can add that here.…In this case,…I'm just going to click save changes.…And I've now created group one.…Now, there aren't any members yet in the group.…In order to do this,…
- Navigating a Moodle course
- Starting with a blank course shell
- Using Moodle blocks to add different features and functionality
- Creating course sections
- Adding resources as file downloads and links
- Incorporating assignments, quizzes, and forums
- Enrolling students
- Creating groups
- Setting up the gradebook
Skill Level Beginner
1. Learning Management Systems (LMS) Introduction
2. Getting Started with Moodle 3.0
3. Creating a Course in Moodle 3.0
Adjusting course settings7m 32s
4. Course Resources
5. Course Activities
6. Managing Course Participants
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