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Choosing the Right Tools for the Task: Making the Most of Moodle Functionality
Deciding which of many Moodle tools to use is a common challenge for online educators. Understanding the larger goal for your course, evaluating how learners should demonstrate proof of mastery of the content, and identifying how to support them in meeting their individual goals should drive your decisions with learning design.

This webinar will walk you through various scenarios that online educators commonly encounter. Tool selection, optimal use of functionality, and how to avoid common pitfalls will also be covered. Join us for an interactive learning experience as we share tips and tricks for choosing the right tools for the task.

Attendees will learn how to:
- Consider backwards design when creating course content
- Create a logical flow to course content culminating in a rich learning experience
- Avoid common mistakes with Moodle tools
- Utilize a variety of course activities

We'll also cover some bonus tips on the tools discussed. Register now to reserve your spot!

Jun 28, 2022 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Amy Sudduth
Learning Designer @Moodle US
Amy has over 15 years of experience in education serving as a teacher, technology integration specialist, and instructional designer in K-12, higher education, and professional settings. Her enthusiastic approach to online education focuses on developing an engaging user experience that is easy to use for all stakeholders. Amy holds a Masters in Instructional Design and has presented at various educational conferences.
Vanessa Royce
Learning Designer @Moodle US
Vanessa started her career in education in public schools, working primarily with students ages K-12 whose families chose online learning. Vanessa then began expanding her repertoire by training other online educators in best practices for online learning in addition to fully supporting Moodle. She has spoken at a number of educational conferences, holds the MEC, and continues to pursue both formal and informal education to further her career. Vanessa has a Masters in Educational Leadership as well as a teaching certification issued by the State of Pennsylvania.