Learning how Moodle works and how you can use it to create your own online learning environment can be a real fun, only when you got the opportunity to learn it from the Moodle experts and community members. Learn Moodle – the official Moodle website for delivering MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) presents the “Teaching with Moodle 3.3” which had already started from today.
Teaching with Moodle 3.3 is a free course for everyone who would like to start using for online teaching in schools, colleges, corporates or simply out of passion like me. The 4 week course is a great opportunity for anyone to experience the real life teaching with Moodle as the LMS. The course participants will also get the opportunity to create their own practice course and allow other participants to enrol into the course and give their opinion about your course.
The course is facilitated by Mary Cooch – Moodle community educator at Moodle HQ and Helen Foster – Community Manager at Moodle HQ. The course is designed to offer a good foundation and context of Moodle. The course features structured and easy to understand content with activity based learning.
If you would like to go through the video lectures of the course, just go through the following playlist:

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The current version of the Teaching with Moodle MOOC is based on Moodle 3.3 version – the latest version of the Moodle project. After completing the course successfully, the participants will earn a Learn Moodle completer badge and a certificate to showcase their learning in the course.
For complete details about the course and register yourself, check out the Learn Moodle website here. If you would like to learn Moodle on the go, check out the Learn Moodle Mobile app which allows you to download course content for offline viewing, engage in discussions and complete course activities. Download the Learn Moodle App now.
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When you are joining the Learn Moodle MOOC? Would you like to suggest any topic which needs to be added to the course? Let me know in the comments section below.

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