Ignat, Nicoleta Daniela (2017) MOODLE - SUPPORT TOOL FOR DIASPORA INTEGRATION IN THE NATIONAL EDUCATION SYSTEM. Conference proceedings of »eLearning and Software for Education« (eLSE), 03 (01). pp. 105-110.

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E-learning industry has experienced new dimensions given the technology progress. There are many platforms on the market that are based on systems that facilitate learning (LMS). One of the most used LMS platforms in Romanian academia is Moodle. Moodle (Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment) is an open source platform that can be continuously improved but is mainly used in academic education while in pre-academic education it is used for conducting school competitions. The objective of this paper is to provide a solution that can be implemented in the current pre-academic education system in Romania to support students in the Diaspora in their integration in the education system nationwide. The analysis was conducted based on the number of students in the Diaspora who are registered annually in the Romanian pre-university education system and the problems they face in integrating / adaptation. The bottlenecks that they face in the preparation process have been identified and a mix of solutions was offered to be followed in order to enhance the graduating degree in the school education level. The main factors identified through analysis, leading to difficulties integrating students from diaspora in the national education system are determined by curricula in force in pre-university education in Romania and a poor knowledge of Romanian (reading, writing, spoken). Given that the legislation does not provide follow a preparatory year to ensure system integration of these students, they could be more easily integrated with new technologies that support collaborative learning. Additional training through the Moodle platform constitutes the proposed solution to these problems in order to help diaspora students return to Romania and complete their pre-university studies (primary and / or secondary) in the national education system. Moodle should provide students with both modules through which they acquire or improve their knowledge of Romanian and modules from the disciplines of curricula adapted to a lower level. Thus, students in the Diaspora can gradually assume the information and knowledge that allow them learning general skills and specific school programs provided.

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