On Monday, we trained IT professionals from the education sector in Serbia. This training was a part of the KOICA project held by the Korea National Open University and is mainly conducted as an invitation training program.
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Recently, we use a lot of expressions of terms; convergence and creativity. I would say that the ability of convergence and creativity comes from our knowledge backed up from various fields. those terms are claimed to be the core of the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution.
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Quiz based class process
I used Moodle’s quiz response monitoring function to monitor the learnuing by letting the learners solve the quiz during the class and monitor them. The Moodle quiz response result screen is not updated automatically, so it is troublesome to update the browser screen whenever necessary by clicking, but there is no big problem in monitoring the learning. Quiz use The important process in the class process is as follows.
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In Moodle’s quiz, there are about 20 kinds of questions. In addition to this, there are types of quiz questions provided by plug-ins as needed, so you can actually add more questions. In addition to general quizzes such as multiple choice, true/false, and drag-drop, Moodle has CodeRunner, Geogebra, STACK, and computational questions.
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Preparing a lecture for on open source software for Serbian official servant and educators, I was able to find good material while I was re-examining recent trends. Open source software started with Linux, but it has become a business method as well as spreading to other software development beyond Linux. We call it the spirit of open, collaborative, shared, world-class activities named as “wikinomics” by Don Tapscott. Continue reading “Open source software for Education (2)”