You highlight an interesting trend. I just attended a 6-12 ed. tech conference and saw a lot of mention of web 2.0 (wikis, blogs, ning, google docs) and almost no mention of Moodle. I wonder if people just assume that Moodle is designed for direct instruction and not collaboration/creation. I get teachers started using moodle as a web 1.0 tool and am now pushing to get them to use it as a web 2.0 tool.
I see the real strength in using Moodle in 6-12 the integration of lots of tools and the ability to manage users.
Are there folks who have good examples of constructivist/learning community courses in the secondary setting?
Comparisons and advocacy
OLPC - G1G1, Moodle Fuelled Rocket?
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