How to Moodle as Admin
ZOOM will no longer be using the same API with JWT. The old API will be deprecated in June 2023. This video is for admins of a Moodle™ site or anyone interested in learning how to create a ZOOM server-to-server App for Moodle. If you're a teacher or a student on a Moodle™ site with ZOOM as the live online meeting, share this video with your admin. Some admins have been having problems with the new ZOOM server to server app, but it's actually a lot easier to create than the old one.
Information admins of a Moodle site will need:
* Moodle™ ZOOM plugin: https://moodle.org/plugins/mod_zoom/v...
* ZOOM Marketplace: https://marketplace.zoom.us
* Teachers Teaching Teachers https://onlinecourses4free.com
You can learn online with other educators with full facilitation (teacher support) for free. Take a look at the online conferences, workshops, and free online courses all year round https://docs.google.com/document/d/1P...
E-learning has become increasingly popular for over 2 decades with a huge increase during the pandemic. Technology has changed the focus of learning from content-oriented teacher-based learning to student-centered learning with emphasis on the process and on how learners can use the information rather than on the teacher’s role as the transmitter of information.
Today, instructors can integrate technology into their traditional classrooms by developing computer-based learning environments, so that students can interact with the content, each other, the outside world, and the instructor. Online social networks such as Facebook, Google Plus, LinkedIn, Twitter, and emerging tools such as Google Drive, Blogs, Mobile apps, virtual classrooms like GoBrunch https://gobrunch.com and Spatial https://spatial.io, Cloud technology and course management systems such as Google Classroom and Moodle can facilitate the process of active learning and lifelong learning skills.
Take a look at the online conferences, workshops, and free online courses all year round https://docs.google.com/document/d/1P... The online courses include professional development courses on teaching with technology and Moodle. The courses run on Moodle for Teachers (M4T) free Moodle courses for teachers and administrators. The events include two online conferences (Moodle MOOT and Connecting Online for Instruction and Learning) and a Moodle MOOC. MoodleMOOT (2011-2023) takes place in August and Connecting Online (CO09-CO23) runs in February. The events are fully online using two virtual learning environments: Moodle and GoBrunch https://gobrunch.com or Spatial https://spatial.io
Moodle™ is a learning management system (LMS) that allows for asynchronous learning, while ZOOM or alternatives enable instructors to teach online in a synchronous learning environment. The live online professional development classes and events are recorded and published on Youtube, so that participants can view the live events repeatedly.
The aim of the Moodle™ for Teachers (M4T) programs (courses, conferences and/ or MOOCs) was not only to engage the participants in developing Moodle skills, but to involve them in socially engaging activities that would develop lifelong learning skills, independent learning, and creative thinking. The learners had to learn about the freedom to learn as they wished. The facilitators of M4T workshop modeled innovative thinking, a new type of leadership to empower the Moodlers (as the participants were called) to become independent lifelong learners responsible for their own learning. You can give or take Moodle™ training and professional development courses for free at https://integrating-technology.org and here https://onlinecourses4free.com
Moodle™ is an amazing Learning Management System (LMS). You can save time by recycling Moodle courses and using them over and over again. You can backup, import, restore, and reset the courses in a few easy steps.
Moodle™ has plugins that enable teachers to support learner autonomy. Teachers can facilitate learning. Learners can experience learning as they engage with the content, each other, and the teacher. I use Moodle for peer team-based learning. If you believe in learner autonomy, take the free courses on Moodle for Teachers.
Moodle™ has plugins that enable teachers to support learner autonomy. Teachers can facilitate learning. Learners can experience learning as they engage with the content, each other, and the teacher. I use Moodle™ for peer team-based learning. If you believe in learner autonomy, take the free courses on Moodle™ for Teachers.
Professional Development Courses and Moodle™ Training