A tool guide for teachers, een handleiding voor leraren

moodlechartIn http://www.somerandomthoughts.com/blog/wp-content/plugins/download-monitor/download.php?id=4 (Nederlands en Spaans, Duits en Tsjechisch)  vind je een schema om te beoordelen of handelingen binnen MOODLE onderwijs betreffen of alleen maar informatie verstrekken. Dit schema is niet alleen handig voor Moodle gebruikers.  Iemand een boektitel opgeven of attenderen op een website is informatie verstrekken, maar nog geen leeractiviteit.

Ben je het eens met het onderscheid tussen informatieoverdracht en onderwijzen/leren?
In http://www.somerandomthoughts.com/blog/2012/03/15/a-moodle-2-version-of-the-moodle-tool-guide/ (English) is a very clear cut between teaching and learning activities at one side and information transfer on the other side. In my view it is a useful chart not only for Moodle teachers.  Just passing on a title of a book or a link to a website is not teaching, it is information transfer.

Do you agree on this distinction between information transfer and teaching/learning?

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2 thoughts on “A tool guide for teachers, een handleiding voor leraren

  1. Don’t see mention of learning from the student perspective here. Just a list of things a teacher can do that supposedly meet some criteria for learning without reference to it being tested. To me, Bloom is a list of ideal attributes that could be caused by virtually any activity or teaching effort you prefer. Anyway, beyond the level one “knowledge” area of Bloom, all other fiddling with knowledge will get you a failing mark.

    Promoting another list that is about student centred learning environments. Check out page 11 of this pdf: http://learngen.org/~aust/EdTecheBooks/THEORETICAL_FOUNDATIONS_OF_LEARNING_ENVIRONMENTS.pdf

    By passing on this link I have not taught you anything–that part is up to you.

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