Glossary


This will provide definitions used within this course. 



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A

Activities

Activities are the general name for a group of features in a Moodle course. Usually an activity is something that a student will do that interacts with other students and or the teacher.  There are 14 different types of activities in the standard Moodle that can be used with students. Lesson, Quizzes, etc., are examples of Activities.

Activity

An activity is the general name for a feature in a Moodle course. Usually an activity is something that a student will do that interacts with other students and or the teacher.  There are 14 different types of activities in the standard Moodle that can be used with students. Lesson, Quizzes, etc., are examples of Activities

B

Breadcrumbs

Image of Breadcrumbs in a browser window

The box in red highlights an example of breadcrumbs. This is the preferred way to move around a course. 

F

Feasibility Teacher

The Feasibility Teacher is a special role created for ATEP. This role has limited powers. The role is based off of Teacher permissions, but restricted from changing content. 

M

Moodle

Moodle is a very powerful Learning Management System (LMS). This course is an example of using Moodle. 

R

Resource

A Resource is an item that a teacher can use to support learning, such as a file or link. Moodle supports a range of resource types which teachers can add to their courses.  Resources generally provide information or link to other sources.

Resources

Within Moodle, Resources are the items that a teacher can use to support learning, such as a file or link. Moodle supports a range of resource types which teachers can add to their courses.  Resources generally provide information or link to other sources