Upcoming 2016 Moodleposium Program Available

Moodleposium Canberra, next December 5th and 6th, is upon us, and to rouse excitement the organizers have released a program draft.

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The theme of this year is What is your teaching resolution? and for this, three “streams” will flow in separate rooms, both days.

Preliminary keynote Speakers will include Melissa Silk of STEAMpop fame, Jonathan Powles from the University of Canberra, Joanne Lind from the Australasian Board of Censors for Diagnostic Genetics, and Sue Gregory from the School of Education at the University of New England.

The streams and corresponding topics are:

Work smarter not harder

It’s all about streamlining your Moodle practice. Mental hygiene, tips and tricks.

Topics include:

  • Moodle 101―the basics
  • Flipped and blended learning
  • Working with large cohorts
  • Time saving, perils and possibilities

Enhance engagement

It focuses on the student experience and authenticity in learning opportunities.

Topics include:

  • Communication tools and techniques
  • Work-integrated learning
  • Gamification

Innovate and experiment

Pushing the boundaries of existing tools of discovering the value of new ones, for transformational lessons.

Topics include:

  • Virtual worlds
  • Simulation-based learning
  • AR and VR
  • Social Media-embedded teaching

And more…

Find the complete draft program of 2016 Moodleposium here.

Registration is open until December 1st. Find out more about Moodleposium 2016, registration, accomodation, sponsorship and such at moodleposium.com.au.


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