Join Mary Cooch for an in-depth discussion in this video Putting your students into groups, part of Moodle 2.5 Essential Training.
There might be times when you'll find it useful…to put your students into groups in your course.…For example, if you're sharing your course…with another teacher and you have different classes.…Or if you yourself teach more then one class in the same course.…Or simply, if you want your students to…work in groups on, for example, assignments or wikis.…There are various ways to do this, but we'll…look here, at how to do this manually, yourself.…So, to put students…into groups manually, they first of all need to be enrolled in the course.…If you haven't done this already, you might like to…watch the previous videos, on manual enrollment or self enrollment.…
The next thing we need to do is make sure groups are enabled in our course.…And to do that, we scroll down and in…the administration block, which here is on the left.…We click Edit settings to get to the course set up screen.…And as we move down,…there is a link called Groups. And let me click on this.…We've got the option either separate groups or visible groups.…
- Choosing your course layout
- Using the calendar and managing events
- Uploading course materials
- Giving instructions to your students
- Enrolling students
- Creating a discussion forum
- Setting up assignments
- Grading assignments
- Adding quizzes
- Evaluating your courses
- Tracking course completion
- Backing up and restoring courses
Skill Level Appropriate for all
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1. Getting Started
2. Managing Events
3. Presenting Your Course Materials
4. Getting Your Students on Board
5. Fostering Collaboration
8. Building Self-Marking Quizzes
9. Evaluating Your Course
10. Tracking Progress
11. Course Management
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