Impact of MOODLE platform on the pedagogy of students and staff: Cross-curricular comparison

Jackson, Emerson Abraham (2017) Impact of MOODLE platform on the pedagogy of students and staff: Cross-curricular comparison. Education and Information Technologies, 22 (1). pp. 177-193.

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In the current Information Age, technology is taking the lead in moving teaching and learning beyond that which was once viewed as typically didactic approach to knowledge acquisition. The outcome of this research paper have explored the importance of MOODLE learning platform and its contribution in promoting flexible teaching, and the need for supported action (through bespoke CPD) to assist teachers / tutors develop differentiated learning resources that has a dual purpose of improving flexibility in learning and assessment outcomes for students. There is also the need to foster collaborative working partnership between curriculum areas through management intervention in appointing dedicated ILT Champions to increase teacher confidence in developing interactive teaching and learning resources. In order to make MOODLE learning platform an effective medium for the enhancement of teaching and learning, it is recommended that management incorporate into the college strategic plan(s), a focused induction at the beginning of the academic year for students to familiarise themselves with relevant features of learning / interactive tools available on the platform.

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Depositing User: Elizabeth Dalton
Date Deposited: 16 Dec 2019 23:40
Last Modified: 16 Dec 2019 23:40

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