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Moodle Teacher Guide
Getting Started with Moodle
 A. What is Moodle?
Moodle is an open source course management system, orginally developed by MartinDougiamas.
It is used by thousands of educational institutions around the world to provide anorganized interface for e-learning, or learning over the Internet.
B. Who can access moodle?
All registered Technokids Phillipines staff and students who have access to the Internet.
C. How do I access Moodle?
Visit the following URL:http://technokids.ph/connect
Figure 1: URL for Technokids Moodle
 You can log in to Moodle by entering your username and passwordin the login area on the right of the screen.
- Username = surnamef 
( e.g. abarentosl )
- Username = student number (, e.g. 20001984)Password - same as your username
GO TOhttp://technokids.ph/connect
Please don't forget tochange your password!
Moodle Teacher Guide
Getting Started with Moodle
D. What will I see when I log into Moodle?
By default if you are not registered as a teacher on any course listed within Moodle youwill see the complete list of courses when you log in. However, if you are registered asa teacher for courses listed in Moodle your courses screen will be similar to the onebelow:
II. Building your module content in Moodle
 A. What will I see the first time I view one of my modules as a teacher?
Lecturers can start editing their modules in Moodle once you have been assigned as ateacher to a module. Clicking on the list of module titles in your Moodle homepage willbeing you to the module area in Moodle. Every module has the same default layoutsimilar to that shown belowYour list of courses will be listedunder ‘My courses’.To edit a Course Click on the CourseTitle
In Moodle, a course is whatTechnokids refers to as a PROJECTt.
Moodle Teacher Guide
Getting Started with Moodle
The basic Moodle screen elements that are important to understand are:
Navigation bar
(built as a breadcrumbs trail) The Navigation bar displays hyperlinksshowing where a user is in relation to the course or the Moodle homepage. Thebreadcrumb trail mechanism allows a user to easily return to a previous screen byclicking the corresponding link. Clicking on “Moodle” in the breadcrumb trail will alwaysbring you back to your moodle homepage – the page that you are presented with onceyou log into Moodle.
Turn editing on/OFF button
(seen by course designers only)
Clicking on the “Turnediting on” button enables lecturers to edit their module in Moodle.
Module Content
area The central area of the screen will act as a placeholder for thecontent of a module.
Blocks Blocks
are the boxes located on the left and right hand side of the screen.Blocks provide a variety of information for the students during the module.
b. How do I add handouts created using Microsoft Word to Moodle sothat my students can easily Print / Save documents?
Although it's easy to generate content directly in Moodle, you can also upload any typeof electronic file you like.1.First, create your handout in Microsoft Word and save the file (for example, save thefile in your My Documents area on your own computer).2.Next, when logged into Moodle and in the relevant module, ensure that editing isturned on by clicking on the “Turn editing on” button located on the top right of thescreen.3.Select the section that you would like to add the file to (for this exercise, I am goingto work with section . Select “Link to a file or web site” from the “Add a resource…”drop down menu.4.Enter an appropriate name for the handout in the Name field.Enter an appropriate summary in the summary area. Next, click on “Choose or upload afile”.Select
“Link to a file orwebsite
from the
“Add aresource”
drop down menu

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