A permanent computer in the classroom

At last today Graham and I set up the desktop in the classroom, it was quite a moment as we attached the cables and plugged them all in.  It felt like we had finally made some elearning progress in Wall and Ceiling Lining 2011.  Resources and Moodle, updating to CPC08 training package and endless assessments and text-based notes and Unit books, it has seemed endless with little light at the end of the tunnel.  But today, today we seemed to turn a corner and it felt worth it at last. 

Professional conversations they are the centre piece of moving on and adapting to new methods and tools to deliver better training and engaging students more.   This is what is see as the future for trade delivery and assessment.

That’s enough for now, but definitely more to come very, very soon…

About wallandceiling

I currently design, create and administer over 180 Moodle online courses as part of a project in tafeSA with the BJIT Business Services Team. This project has highlighted a need for training in Moodle and how to implement and maintain courses online. I have been a lecturer in Wall & Ceiling Lining (Drywall for Americans) in Adelaide South Australia involved in the CPSISC validation of the CPC08 National Training packages and the CBA Program to build capacity in assessment through the use of Action Learning and Assessment for Learning principles.
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2 Responses to A permanent computer in the classroom

  1. redalumnos says:

    Hi all!

    I would like to introduce you the new e-learning site: http://www.redAlumnos.com, it is easy and free. You can manage groups, share documents, pictures, files, links, videos… make online tests, use mail service, timetable and alert system. Set your group as public or private and use the public library!


    See you at redAlumnos!

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