- Moodle Activity Reseources
- Activity Types in Moodle
- How to Create an Activity in Moodle the Smart Way!
- Moodle Activities
- 47 Interesting Ways to Use Moodle to Support Learning
- EduTech Wiki
- DirectPoll | Instant Polling & Real-Time Visualization, instant, free multiple questions
- Fast Poll - Create instant, real-time polls for free!, instant, free single question
- Mentimeter free for 2 polling, 5 quizzes for unlimited audience
- Slido - Audience Interaction Made Easy, free for 3 polls, unlimited quizzes, per event up to 100 participants
- Kahoot! | Learning games | Make learning awesome! free for quizzes for 10 participants
- Make a Poll in Seconds | Free & Unlimited | Poll Maker
- PINGO – Peer Instruction for very large Groups, Classroom-Response-System, Audience-Feedback
- Free Online Learning Resources For Back to School 2021 | Tech & Learning
- Educator Level 1 | Teacher Center | Google for Education
- Fundamentals Training : Google
- Flipped classroom - Wikipedia
- Konsep Dasar Metode Flipped Classroom | PPIP
- What, Why, and How to Implement a Flipped Classroom Model
- Blended Learning vs Hybrid Learning
- Rapid Production vs Well-prepared Production
Teknik Fasilitasi Mahasiswa Aktif vs Pasif
- media belajar yang melimpah
- interaktif jika mungkin
Disparitas Mahasiswa (literasi, koneksi, device)
- kemerdekaan metode, kurangi tuntutan
- self-regulated learning
Disparitas Usia Dosen vs Mahasiswa
- team teaching
- ekspresi kepakaran dalam bentuk presentasi
- Assigment vs Assessment yang Efektif
- Strategi Mencapai Tujuan Pembelajaran (Keterampilan)
Persiapan Skenario Belajar untuk Siswa Multidisplin
- ditempatkan sebagai partner
- Learn X in Y Minutes: Scenic Programming Language Tours License: CC-BY
- Cognicull : Cognicull is a learning site that pursues "ease of understanding" and "comfort". It is designed so that knowledge of mathematics, natural science, and engineering can be gained easily.
- Metacademy : Package Manager for Knowledge
- Learn X in Y Minutes: Scenic Programming Language Tours
- sindresorhus/awesome: 😎 Awesome lists about all kinds of interesting topics
- Learn X by doing Y - A project-based learning search engine
- Learn X by Doing Y – A project-based learning search engine, aquadzn/learn-x-by-doing-y: 🛠️ Learn a technology X by doing a project - Search engine of project-based learning
- Bloom’s Taxonomy | Center for Teaching | Vanderbilt University Revised Bloom
- Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy • Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching • Iowa State University
- Learning Objective Maker Learning objective generator
- Learning Outcomes Generator | Office of Student Persistence Research | University of Nevada, Reno
- Bloom's taxonomy - Wikipedia
These map to the learning objectives or learning goals.
These map to the learning journey and as the learner goes through each level, it signifies a step up in proficiency for them.
- Instant feedback
This helps learners know how they are faring against their learning goals and based on this, they can adopt the necessary measures to step up their performance.
They are indicators of their performance and are closely aligned to offering gratification as well as a sense of accomplishment.
As the learners go through the learning path and clear certain levels, they are given badges. These reflect affirmations for their significant achievements.
They are dashboards that are used to provide a pictorial view of the overall progress—including against others. The analytics keeps learners connected to the learning journey and aligned to meeting their terminal objectives.
This can be leveraged effectively as it helps learners assess where they stand against other peers or competing teams.
This feature not only facilitates team-building but also enables learners to leverage the support of peers or guidance from experts to meet their goals.
- Points and currency Points are a variation on badges, and can also be used as currency within a program. For instance, you can offer learners a point for every comment the leave in the discussion forum, and then let them redeem a certain number of points for rewards and discounts.
- Progress bars and level up Progress bars can help by visualizing their advancements. You can even add a bit of interest by creating “level ups” that unlock new course features.
- make questions brutal and unique (compared to previous year or current groups) if possible
- mixing (randomizing) the order of questions,
- not giving question titles,
- having a pool of subtly different questions (a negation or a different constant slipped in)
- make everything open-book, make the questions things that test understanding instead of just recall or design questions that require critical thinking, and allow everyone to use their computers/books/notes/whatever
- A (simple) /B (reasoning and analysis) /C (problem with deeper understanding): with different weight for example 50/30/20.
- project work
- put a lot of emphasis on group work & home work
- writing essays
- set a tough time limit
- curve the results to a desired grade distribution (that is often imposed from above anyway)
- use software that can the catch most obvious frauds (i.e. 360 degree room scanning, ban use of phones/second computers etc.)
- if the exam requires algorithms, use software analyzing AST of the code produced to catch possible "cooperation", then decide on those cases individually (i.e. if an algorithm is common, then there is a high chance of very similar AST for non-cooperating people, but if it's unique, the chance is low)
- Real World Problems criteria
- Niels Bohr Allegory
- RWP List from Physics
- RWPS Planning Instruction for 21st Century Learners v2