Moodle CAS: Accesos a Moodle 2013-2016

Registro de accesos totales y accesos únicos registrados en el servidor de Moodle de Secundaria (ESO y Bachillerato) del Colegio Apóstol Santiago desde Julio 2013 a Julio 2016. Se muestran los datos de los tres últimos cursos académicos: 2013-2014, 2014-2015 y 2015-2016. Curso 2015-2016 Accesos de alumnos Secundaria (Julio 2015 – Junio 2016) Accesos de profesores Secundaria …

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Scientix at Moodlemoot Spain 2014

From 19-20 of December 2014 Barcelona held the national moodlemoot conference (#mootES14). Participants from all the Spanish regions shared with foreign visitors two productive days in Barcelona. This year, the program  (PDF) included a broad selection of trending topics related to educational technologies. For the first time Scientix program was presented in a moodlemoot.  As …

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e-assessment: Interesting data about typing versus handwriting in exams

Surfing the web looking for some e-assessment references for my next task in the subject of ‘Researching method in e-learning‘, I arrived to an Australian project called Transforming exams. There I found a PDF paper titled ‘e-Exams: 2014 UQ Trial outcomes‘ with interesting data about two interesting issues: One is the reasons given by students …

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MoodlemootAU: Resultados de la encuesta a usuarios para diseñar MootAU15

Encuesta a los asistentes a la moodlemoot australiana para conocer su opinión sobre el diseño de la próxima MootAU15. Los resultados de la encuesta publicada por Michael de Raadt, Moodle Research Director en el siguiente documento en Drive:

Maps of interactions in Math Classrooms

The slideshare presentation embedded below posted by Maria Andersen, Director of Learning & Innovation at Area9 on Oct 02, 2010 summarizes a research paper from Vilma Mesa titled “Student Participation in Mathematics Lessons Taught by Seven Successful Community College Instructors” (see page 64). Maps of Interaction in Math Classrooms from Maria Andersen What it caught …

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Student works deserve an equivalent Teacher feedback

Today I rescued this picture from old annotations to reinforce, once again, the power of teacher feedback. I titled this short post as “Student works deserve an equivalent Teacher feeback“. A good complementary picture could be another one to insist on giving feedback as soon as possible to be more effective.