Revolutionize Education with Moodle Learning Plans
The landscape of education is rapidly evolving due to new tools that allow us to personalize instruction in ways that were not possible before. Moodle 3.1 now has the ability to create individualized learning plans. In this blog post you will learn how to set-up and track Moodle learning plans.
Step 1: Create Moodle Learning Plan Templates (Site Administrator)
The first step is to create a learning plan template that can be pushed out to individuals or cohorts. To create a learning plan template go to:
Competencies > Learning Plans
Step 2: Assign the Moodle Learning Plan to an Individual or a Cohort (Site Administrator)
To assign the learning plan to an individual or a cohort, go to:
Site administration > Competencies > Learning Plan Templates
Click Edit on the one you to assign to individuals or cohorts
• To add a user click on Create Learning Plan. Then find the user you want to add.
• To add a cohort go to Add Cohorts to sync
To create cohorts go to:
Administration > Site administration > Users > Accounts > Cohorts
How Students View their Moodle Learning Plans
Students can view their learning plans from their profile.
Students can also upload evidence of prior learning. To upload evidence of prior learning, access your own learning plans page from your profile and click on the “Evidence of prior learning” link . On the next page, click on the “Add new evidence” button and provide as much detail about the evidence as possible (including files and urls to verify the evidence). Once the evidence is listed, you can link it to one or more competencies from any of your learning plans. Then you can request that someone reviews your competency to decide if the evidence is sufficient and rate the competency.
You can also add a Learning Plan block to your course. This makes it easy for students to link to their learning plans and monitor their progress.
Learn more by viewing our webinar on Moodle Learning Plans:
Need help setting up Moodle learning plans for your organization?
eClass4learning instructional designers can help. Contact us at 800.408.4935 x 1 or [email protected].
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