Category: VLE and Moodle


360 Appraisal Module for Moodle

Having completed a 360 review as part of the NCSL ‘Leading from the Middle’ and found the feedback very useful, I was keen to learn more about Kineo new ‘360 appraisal module for Moodle.’ This new plug-in module allows organisations to run 360 appraisals directly within Moodle and can be downloaded here. The module allows…
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25 Aug ’11 2


Over the pass few weeks, away from the day to day role of being an Assistant Headteacher, I have been Moodling. Most of my spare time has been spent writing Moodle courses, learning and applying the new features in Moodle 2.03+ and contributing to the Quality Assurance testing procedures on the test site. Despite my…
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6 Jul ’11 0


I would like to thank Webanywhere for the invitation to speak at their annual conference. Moodle is a wonderful teaching and learning tool and I hope that there are at least a few ideas you can implement. Also, I would like to thank @MatthewJeffreys for his friendship and professional enthusiasm.  

30 Jun ’11 2

Gradebooks and Gamification

For those of you that share my advocacy for Moodle, you may not share my advocacy for Moodle’s gradebook. I know its hard to get into, but its really worth your time. Now, add to the mix, a professional interest in gamification and there is even more reason to explore this great Moodle feature, given…
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23 Jun ’11 0

Mapping our Moodle Roadmap

Over the pass few weeks, away from my day to day duties, I have been either Moodling or in Moodle conversation. Most of my time has been spent investigating and applying the new Moodle features, supported by a very useful purposeful training event lead by the fantastically enthused Mary Cooch. I have spent time reviewing…
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21 Jun ’11 1

Moodle Monday: Big Blue Button by @timdalton

from Moodle News Another great post from Tim Dalton. always balanced and well informed. Sent with IFTTT

9 Jun ’11 0