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Moodle

Introduction

Moodle (Modular Object Oriented Developmental Learning Environment ) provides a secure, online environment for learning. There are many terms used to describe these types of environments including learning platforms and virtual learning environments.There are a whole set of tools (find out more) for teachers to use to support them in their schools. Teachers may want to use it to provide resources to support learning in their classroom or at home but Moodle can be used for support and encourage other activities such as:.

  • to encourage active parental involvement in learning
  • to support personalised learning.
  • to support extended school activities
  • to assess, track and monitor pupils
  • to support pupil reflection of their learning
  • to support the transition process between schools
  • to provide tools to support pupil voice

    Have you seen 'Learning Platform: Steps to adoption' - download it here

This framework allows teachers and schools to identify successes, plot progress and plan to transform their school by using the learning platform and other technology. It defines five levels of development: aware; develop; adopt; integrate; transform.

How do I get a Moodle site? If you are a Lancashire school and you want to request a Moodle site. Download the request form below and fax it back to the CLEO office.

Moodle request Form

Have a look at the different areas below and see what opportunities Moodle can provide for your school.

EYFS and Moodle Primary Schools Secondary Schools and Moodle
Moodle Training Support Pathways for Moodle



The CLEO booklet for Moodle outlines the general benefits about using this learning platform and the Moodle service. Download the booklet below.

CLEO Moodle booklet

More information can be obtained from the links on the left.

If you are interested in finding our more about Moodle or having somebody visit you please contact us via 01257 516360 or email info@ict.lancsngfl.ac.uk.