Moodle gives teachers a quick and easy way to post resources and activities online for students. With the expansion of the Digital Renaissance, now is the time to start using Moodle with your students.
You can access Moodle by going to learn.bcbe.org.
After logging in, these are the first things you’ll do to start using Moodle:
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Google Docs lets your students create documents, spreadsheets, presentations and forms online that can be accessed from any where. They can also share their documents to collaborate on assignments or let you review their work.
Google Docs is integrated with our Moodle site so that when students log in to Moodle they are also logged [...]
We’ve been using Moodle for several years to provide teachers with an easy way to create and manage online activities for students. We’ve now tied Google apps to our Moodle site. The first part of Google apps that is available to students is Google Docs.
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A new course format is now available to teachers. The Monthly Format allows you to set start/end dates and the course will have one section for each month during that time. It will automatically add a heading to each block showing the name of the month and the year.
You can change from your [...]
Moodle courses provide many tools for communicating and collaborating. Student organizations (such as student councils, drama clubs, math teams, etc.) could have a Moodle course to post news, have discussions, share ideas, plan events, etc. Everything is kept private so only group members could access it.
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