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Wednesday, February 13 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Teaching with Moodle: Beyond Bloom’s Taxonomy

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Moodle is more than content delivery; it is an effective tool to build cognitive learning processes.  But how do teachers use this tool to create authentic learning opportunities and encourage student metacognition to ultimately build these processes? This presentation will focus on theory and practice in an attempt to answer that question.  It will discuss the research behind higher order thinking and will show examples of how to engage students in the metacognitive processes of understanding themselves as learners through the use of Moodle. Examples will be drawn from secondary Social Studies, Mathematics and Science courses.


Speakers
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Jason Maitland

Rundle College Academy
Jason Maitland is currently the Head of Education Technology at Rundle College Academy. He has been involved with education technology for over 25 years and he looks forward to coming to school every day so that he can learn something new.
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Kristina Thomson

Kristina Thomson is a High School Social Studies teacher at Rundle College Academy in Calgary, Alberta. She is a third year teacher, specializing in secondary Social Studies and learning disabilities. Kristina has been using Moodle since the start of her career in an attempt to integrate technology and twenty-first century learning into her pedagogy.


Wednesday February 13, 2013 10:30am - 12:00pm
Barclay Room

Attendees (27)