Jason Hando is a teacher of Design and Computing subjects at Macarthur Anglican School in Sydney, Australia. Over the years he has filled many roles, the most important being Outreach Coordinator for the school, leading teams of students and staff overseas to help communities in developing countries and Head Teacher of the Technology Faculty, leading a team of inspirational teachers and developing innovative courses.
“LMS 2.0 – Engaging Learners Using More Advanced Techniques and the Odd Mash-up inside Moodle”
A series of screencasts showing people how to bend and stretch Moodle to allow for authentic, web 2.0 style, participatory engagement and learning for their students. These screencasts will be accompanied by support files where appropriate, such as backed-up Moodle courses that can be restored on people’s sites as well as any instructional material such as worksheets in pdf form. I’d also like to provide some way for people to screencast their own work in Moodle and share with the rest of the community – perhaps using screen-o-matic, a free screencasting tool that works from your browser. This will allow other people to share new ways they have used Moodle.
First Mashup– adding pageflakes: http://www.screencast.com/t/BasffBxUMAt
Slideshare mashup: http://www.screencast.com/t/WR7FfBfQai
Vuvox Mashup: http://www.screencast.com/t/h6MuGU6x
On this day..
- #k12Online10 Day 1 Presentations: 18 October 2010 - 2010
- Creative Commons: What Every Educator Needs to Know - 2010
- Let Me Tell MY Story - 2010
- LEADING THE CHANGE KEYNOTE
Liderando el Cambio: Escuela 2.0, Educando la Participación - 2010
- STUDENT VOICES KEYNOTE
The Life Practice Model: a real life example - 2010
- Thursday, October 18 Presentations - 2007
- Classroom 2.0
"Step by Step- Building a Web2.0 Classroom" - 2007
- Classroom 2.0
"Sustained Blogging in the Classroom" - 2007
- New Tools
"The Electric Slide! Twenty-First Century Style" - 2007
- Frappr Map 2006 - 2006