I want to know that ..In moodle learning path feature is avilable?
It depends of what you are looking for:
In the old days of computer assisted instruction (CAI) the computer decided what the next step was for the user, depending of the previous steps of that user. Users made very fast progress with this approach, until you switched the computer off and asked the same user to do the same activity, but then WITHOUT the cues and help from the computer...
So users should develop complex skills, which they can demonstrate, even when the computer is turned off.
Starting from this perspective (Marzano?), your education program could have the following three phases:
- help users to find out which the steps are for this new complex skill
(the Moodle section metaphor is ideal for this..)
- let them try, exercise and redesign these steps for their privat use
(this implies LOT OF FREEDOM in the design of the activities, NOT a static/automatic learning line)
- let them rehearse the self choosen set of steps: choose an open assignment als final task
With Moodle you can support this approach:
- divide the complex activity into steps
- place these steps in - for the user - logical chunks
- put each chunk on a section-card: this gives strong visual support!
- try to stay under the maximum of 7 chunks (look for example at Big6)
- label each section with a - for the user - logical title
- advice the user to experiment with these chunks
- invite them to produce a final product with the self choosen step-set and help them to evaluate their self choosen approach