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MoodleMunch Lunchtime Webinar Series
12th January @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Lunchtime webinar series showcasing digital learning and teaching practices
Serving you the second course
MoodleMunch returns in late 2020 serving you a second course of delicious tips, fulfilling insights, meaty case studies, nutritious good practices and more.
Series 2 schedule (2020/2021)
|Tuesday 12 January 2021
|In this webinar, Dublin City University and University of Gloucestershire will deliver presentations.
|Tuesday 16 February 2021
|In this webinar, Dublin City University will deliver a presentation.
|Tuesday 9 March 2021
Develop digital competences
This capstone event will close off the second series of MoodleMunch. It is a National Forum seminar and the learning objectives are to:
● Understand the broad structure of the DigCompEdu framework;
● Identify specific competences in different areas of the framework that participants wish to develop;
● Appraise the suitability of Moodle approaches and plugins that help develop specific competences;
● Connect with fellow Moodle users and help form a community spirit.
A full schedule of speakers and parallel sessions will be released in due course.
- 0-5 mins: Introduction
- 5-20 mins: First presentation
- 20-30 mins: Q&A
- 30-45 mins: Second presentation
- 45-55 mins: Q&A
- 55-60 mins: Conclusion
MoodleMunch is a lunchtime webinar series, led by Dublin City University and supported by the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning, in which members of the Moodle community can share knowledge, good practice and innovations from their own institutions. It is an opportunity to learn from one another, get a flavour of Moodle activity taking place across various regions, chew the fat, digest interesting developments and munch on ideas!
In keeping with Moodle’s mission to empower educators, each webinar will explore Moodle innovations and stories that support the development of educators’ competencies on the European Framework for the Digital Competence of Educators (DigCompEdu). These stories will also relate to the broad categories of findings of the Irish National Digital Experience (INDEx) survey of 2019.
Participation in the webinar series is a form of professional learning categorised as “Structured, non-accredited (non-formal)” as per the National Forum Professional Development Framework.
For more information on MoodleMunch, please contact Rob Lowney, Learning Technologist, DCU Teaching Enhancement Unit.