In this workshop you will learn about new techniques, tool and tips for enhanced student success in groups. Join us for this informative session.
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This workshop is for those who would like to utilize groups in their Moodle course. This enables students to work in groups.
In this workshop you will learn about new techniques, tool and tips for enhanced student success in groups.
Join us for the informative session.
This workshop aims to introduce effective use of quizzes in Moodle and how to set up question types, such as multiple choices and true or false.
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