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Taking CoP (Communities of Practice) to Moodle


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This presentation was made at the 2011 VC's Learning and Teaching Forum with collegue Javed Yusuf at the AUSAID Lecture Theatre, Laucala Campus, Suva, Fiji Islands on 23rd September on the topic Taking Communities of Practice to Moodle.

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Taking CoP (Communities of Practice) to Moodle

  1. 1. TAKING CoP TO MOODLEVC’s Forum on Learning & Teaching 2011 Javed Yusuf | Alanieta Lesuma-Fatiaki | for Flexible and Distance Learning (CFDL) Louise Vakamocea |
  2. 2. Overview• What is CoP?• CoP activities• CoP Moodle Examples @ USP• CoP…..keeping it going• Q&A
  3. 3. What is a CoP?CoP = Communities of PracticeGroups of people who share a concern or a passion forsomething they do and learn how to do it better asthey interact regularlyDomain Community(Relevance) (Reflection) Practice (Contribution)
  4. 4. What is a CoP? Co-llaboratingCo-learning Co-nnecting
  5. 5. CoP Activities Problem SolvingSource: How can I create groups within my course in Moodle? I’m stuck..
  6. 6. CoP Activities Requests for information & Seeking ExperienceSource: Where can I get examples of rubrics to assess online discussion forum participation? Does anyone have any experience in using rubrics for this?
  7. 7. CoP Activities Discussing developmentsSource: What do you think about assessing Graduate Attributes in your programmes and individual courses?
  8. 8. CoP Activities Reusing assetsSource: I have a powerpoint I used for a class I recently taught which may just fit your purposes, I can send it to you and you can easily tweak it for your own use
  9. 9. CoP Activities Mapping knowledge & identifying gapsSource: Who is teaching what, and what are we missing? What other schools or faculties should we talk to?
  10. 10. STAR Training of Trainers
  11. 11. CFDL Workshops
  12. 12. SOE Views
  13. 13. AF Students Association Portal
  14. 14. EC Students Association Portal
  15. 15. FSTE PG Students Portal
  16. 16. CoP…..keeping it going• Safe, trusted & inclusive environment• Remaining relevant• Active and good facilitationSource:
  17. 17. ConclusionLearning is Sharing
  18. 18. Q&A