Moodle + Pedagogy

If designed well Moodle can support, enhance and extend student learning. Explore research below to examine ways in which faculty have balanced technology and pedagogy to foster student learning. 

Badia, A., Martín, D. & Gómez, M. Teachers’ Perceptions of the Use of Moodle Activities and Their Learning Impact in Secondary Education. Tech Know Learn 24, 483–499 (2019).

Bailye, Mark (2013) Moodle in the Classroom: An “in the trenches” perspective. In: 2nd Moodle Research Conference (MRC2013), 4th and 5th October, 2013, Sousse, Tunisia.

Deepak Kc, Evaluation of Moodle Features at Kajaani University of Applied Sciences – Case Study, Procedia Computer Science, Volume 116, 2017, Pages 121-128.

E. Romero, L. García, J. Ceamanos, Moodle and Socrative quizzes as formative aids on theory teaching in a chemical engineering subject, Education for Chemical Engineers, Volume 36, 2021, Pages 54-64.

Feng Hsu Wang, An exploration of online behaviour engagement and achievement in flipped classroom supported by learning management system, Computers & Education, Volume 114, 2017, Pages 79-91.

Gamage, S.H.P.W., Ayres, J.R. & Behrend, M.B. A systematic review on trends in using Moodle for teaching and learning. IJ STEM Ed 9, 9 (2022).

Harnish, R., & Bridges, K., Effect of syllabus tone: students’ perceptions of instructor and course, Social Psychology of Education, Volume 14, Issue 3, 2011

Harnish, R., et al. Creating the Foundation for a Warm Classroom Climate, APS Observer, Vol. 24, 2023.

Mariana Martinho, Patrícia Albergaria Almeida, José Teixeira-Dias, Fostering Students Questioning through Moodle: Does it Work?, Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 116, 2014, Pages 2537-2542.

Royce, V., Choosing the right Moodle tool for the task, Moodle US (2022)

Weronika Fernando, Moodle quizzes and their usability for formative assessment of academic writing, Assessing Writing, Volume 46, 2020.