ABOUT OTAN TRAINING: Workshop Descriptions
|Workshop title||Moodle v2: Using the Quiz Activity to Assess Students|
The quiz activity in a Moodle course allows the teacher a great deal of flexibility in assessing student performance and understanding. Teachers can use this activity for both summative and formative evaluation. With a variety of question types available, they can create a bank of questions that can be reused several times within a single quiz, within one course, or for their entire program area. Quizzes also allow the teacher to give specific feedback on each question, and general feedback on a student's overall quiz performance. Teachers control how often a student can take a quiz, how much time must elapse between each attempt, how it is scored (highest score achieved, average, first or last) and Moodle does all the math!
Prerequisites: All participants must have their own Moodle course shell with teacher editing rights. Your course can be hosted by OTAN or your school site (Moodle v2). Participants should have completed the "Moodle v2: Create a Course Web Site" workshop prior to this workshop (or its equivalent).
|Session length||1.5 hours|
|Format||Workshops: Synchronous online trainings, or series of trainings, in which facilitator and participants interact by voice or chat.|
To find out more about any of these workshops, including dates and times offered, please check the California Adult Education Professional Development Web site. This site has information on OTAN offered training, as well as training offered by CALPRO and CASAS.
Minimum System Requirements for Participating in Online Workshops:
- Broadband Internet connection (DSL, Cable modem or faster, no dial-up).
- Computer with speakers or headphones (some classes require microphones too).
- Active e-mail account through registration for the course as an OTAN member.
- Some workshops have other special requirements, please read the workshop descriptions carefully.