Moodle is a course management system (CMS) – a free, Open Source software package designed using sound pedagogical principles, to help educators create effective online learning communities. You can download and use it on any computer you have handy (including webhosts), yet it can scale from a single-teacher site to a University with 200,000 students. This site itself is created using Moodle, so check out the Moodle Demonstration Courses or read the latest Moodle Buzz.

This is example of the implementation moodle CMS on Rintisan Sekolah Bertaraf Internasional at SMAN 1 Karawang. The Goal is how students can doing the test on LAN with they Laptop.




Teaching with Moodle
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Objective: To organize and share resources and “good practices” so that teachers and students have a positive Moodle experience that enhances the learning process. The resources presented will focus on the pedagogical implementation of Moodle in a classroom setting (whatever that classroom may look like).

* The Good Teacher – The best place for a teacher contemplating using Moodle in their classroom to start learning as well as a great place for experienced Moodlers to remember why they began using it.

* Teaching Do’s & Teaching Don’ts – Good general/pedagogical guidelines to consider when setting up a course in Moodle and introducing students to it.

* Learning Activities Overview – A list of the different activities available within Moodle, as well as what type of learning strategy they employ, suggested age level, and a link to each activity’s pedagogy page.

* Case studies – This is a subset of the Moodle Stories forum. It contains a collection of innovative ways teachers are utilizing Moodle in their classroom. This is a great place for teachers who like the idea of Moodle and what it has to offer, but could benefit from ideas to start from.

* Common Teacher Questions (FAQs)

* Good Practices (K-12)

* Notes from the NECC 2006 Bird’s of a Feather Session – The focus is on using Moodle in educational settings with ideas about how to use it and hints too.

* Using Moodle How teaching is changing using Moodle forum discussion