- Concordia University
- Universit de Sherbrooke
- Bishops University
- cole Polytechnique de Montral
- UQ Chicoutimi
- UQ Outaouais
- Champlain College
- Collge de Maisonneuve
- Collge Ahuntsic
- Collge Grald-Godin
- Collge de Jonquire
- Collge de Valleyfield
- Collge de Rosemont
- Cgep de l’Outaouais
- Dawson College
- Vanier College
Among these … 4. WebCT – > Moodle Transfer The basal job 5. www.moodlequebec.org ( Coming soon : Public site not however on line ) 6. Best Practices in Quebec
- Two Case Studies:
- Concordia University:A math professor points the way to engaging the students in the on-line part of the course
- Concordia University: A political science professor uses forums to run an on-line simulation
7. mathematics 212 : winter 2008 The Fascinating World of Numbers 8. Math 212
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- Co-taught by
- Dr. Fred Szabo, Mathematics & Statistics,[email_address]
- Kate Bligh, English
- Mathematical concepts for journalists
9. mathematics 212 : A distinctive mathematics course But … 10. A typical mathematics path, but 11. Extending the class Keeping students engaged and connected One workweek … 12. Keeping the students engaged Spontaneous & interest auxiliary materials 13. Keeping the students engaged Spontaneous & interesting supplementary tasks 14. Keeping the students engaged Reprise each call on the carpet 15. Keeping the students engaged real choices ( Display reasonably altered, to simplify the point. ) 16. Keeping the students engaged Real value for engagement 17. Keeping the students engaged clear Guidelines 18. Giving the students support Lots of formative quizzes inadaptivemode 19. Poli 298H : summer 2007 The Balance of Power 20. Poli 298H
- Taught by
- Dr. Julian Schofield, Political Science,[email_address]
- Familiarize students with the balance of power, an ancient concept associated with the realpolitik practices of national diplomacy that date back thousands of years. This course seeks to create a dynamic environment within which students can unpack these concepts. The course consist of two parallel activities a discussion board, within which students read a selected reading and respond to a critical question, and a dynamic simulation.(adapted from syllabus)
- Using Moodle Forum as part of a dynamic simulation.
21. Keeping the students engaged A common theme : real measure for participation 22. Keeping the students engaged Lots of Discussion Group Practice 23. The pretense
- Overview :
- Students play one of fourteen states in a simulation of inter-state competition
- They may attack one another, seek neutrality or domination, make and break alliances, and provide economic assistance.
- States share borders with some states and not others, and may only attack and be attacked by states with which they share a common border. No state may be eliminated during the simulation, but states may be weakened to the point of irrelevance.
- The key resource in the simulation is the power point, which is used to attack neighboring states (as well as defend against attacks) and is used to provide economic assistance to other states.
- States lose power points while they are attacking and defending, and receive additional power points every turn that represent production in their economy.
- Usually the larger states have more power points and receive more power points every turn. Players dont know the results until they are played out by the TA, and the results are then posted.
24. The Simulation The World at Time 1 25. The Simulation Diplomacy : Alliances, made and broken ( Display slightly altered, to simplify the distributor point. ) 26. The Simulation Diplomacy : model, bluffing 27. The Simulation The Order Paper … 28. The Simulation The World at Time 2 : Another Iteration ( Since this was not live, it is not possible to show true changes. ) 29. Showcasing Quebec Roger Kenner April, 2009