This three-part webinar series demonstrates how to set up a Quiz in the Avenue courseware.
In part 2, LearnIT2Teach developer, Sepideh Alavi, continues demonstrating how to create questions that are most useful in a language learning context.
She then talks about how teachers can configure the settings of the Quiz module.
This tutorial continues into Part 3 of the series.
In this webinar, LearnIT2teach mentor, Chayan Mallick, gives tips and tricks to customize Avenue course page, so it makes the course page more user friendly and motivating.
The webinar includes suggestions on how these can enhance a blended or online course, and demonstrations of:
· Course Settings
· Show/ Hide—course/ topic/ activity
· Creating New Topic Area
· Add visual content (images) via labels
In this webinar recording, Robin Peace (CLB 2-4) and Chayan Mallick (CLB 7-8 described a typical day of teaching with Avenue.ca.
They shared sample daily schedules with tips and top Avenue.ca tools used.
This webinar was not about how to use certain functions in Avenue.ca nor about how to lesson plan for an online lesson.
In this video, LearnIT2teach developer and mentor, Margarita Berezyanskaya, looks at how to contribute student success and add value to their learning journey by providing constructive feedback.
The sessions explains how to grade an Avenue assignment using a rubric, how to annotate a student assignment submission and how to leave audio feedback.
This webinar by LeanIT2teach mentor, Margarita Berezyanskaya, explained how to set up productive and engaging speaking and writing assignments on Avenue, explore the world of pre-made rubrics, and learn how to create a rubric from scratch and tailor it to the needs of your class.
The session will also include tips for tagging assignments for Avenue’s ePortfolio artifact auto collection.
This webinar, by LearnIT2teach senior mentor and developer Nancy Van Dorp, explained gamification and, through hands-on participation, showed participants the options available in Avenue to gamify their course.
It also showed how Moodle badges can be used to recognize skills and achievements.
Now more than ever video has become an effective way to increase learner engagement and motivation in online learning.
In this webinar, LearnIT2teach mentor and developer Marijke Geurts, briefly looked at some of the pedagogical theory, but she then demonstrated a variety of ways to use video in Avenue (a Moodle LMS).
Marijke also discussed how video can be used by learners to create artifacts for portfolio-based
In this webinar, LearnIT2teach developer Sepideh Alavi introduces Avenue’s new peer assessment tool, the Workshop module, and demonstrates how instructors can set up and navigate through the five phases of this activity.
She also shows how learners submit their assignments and assess their peers during these phases.
This presentation by Jim Edgar answers questions from teachers about the Avenue.ca.
It includes demonstrations of the student enrollment application, and the ePortfolio,.
The session also answered questions about various features in the Moodle LMS, such as Messaging, Importing, Quiz, Activity Completion and Restrict Access.
General questions about teaching with Avenue, the training, timelines, etc. were also discussed.