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With so many Moodle™ plugins available, it often gets to a point where searching for what you need is overwhelming. Over the years, we have compiled the add-ons that are most popular, functional and easy to implement. This is...
With the growth of usability of Moodle sites due to virtual education, it is necessary that there are complements that can be integrated to the course sites, so that the needs of the users are also satisfied. You will...
Welcome to Moodle Pulse: New Plugins, Forum Beat, What ever happened to MoodleNet? And more! Here are some of the just-out plugins for Moodle, compatible with the latest release, Moodle 3.10. Let students select their cohort during enrollment? Self cohort adds a...
Léelo en Español. As we learned last week, British school administrators will start implementing textbooks from Real Shanghai Mathematics, in which seems to be the first account of department-level math teaching methods commerce in recorded history. The key learning value offered by...
What is it? Momentum Learning defines a practice (for some, a philosophy) of pedagogy wherein the focus is, above all else, maintaining a steady pace on a series of learning activities through one or several interventions. Suppose that we think of...
Updated on June 23rd, 2019. The Restriction By Language plugin allows instructors to set access to content to students according to the language they speak. Moodle includes filters for language in courses developed in many languages, through a plugin. To activate...
The world’s inequality is a multi-pronged phenomenon whose causes, mechanisms, and repercussions exceed any one person’s scope. Suffice it to say that it is at least possible in the financing available for EdTech entrepreneurs around the world. While Silicon...
Not all of education’s most pressing questions have answers in the form of tidy sets of numbers that are easy to graph and scrutinize. This could be part of the reason analytics could actually kick off a “qualitative renaissance” of...
We did some word crunching magic to find the underlining topics, ideas, and concerns from our readers and followers during the course of the year. Admittedly, there were some surprises, especially about the ideas we personally thought would gather...
Hey there - welcome to the last Last Week in MoodleNews, I’m Stephen Ladek from MoodleNews.com. In this episode I’ll be talking about the most important stories from the Moodleverse for the week of November 27th, 2017. Also, I dive...