Tag: Moodle
30th September 2016, by , in Blog, Case Studies
Introduction Guiseley School first met with Titus Learning to explore the possibility of implementing a new online learning platform. The school was already using a disparate set of tools, but there was no integration between these platforms, and the school was unable to support the blended learning approach they wished to offer students. Problem There was a lack of centralised information, with some data being shared through other...
29th September 2016, by , in Blog
This week we’re pleased to feature a guest post from our Technical Lead, Majid Hussain, who has recently returned from a two week trip to East Asia to conduct training sessions with a few of our client schools. This summer I travelled to China and Brunei to visit three of the schools we work with...
21st September 2016, by , in Blog
As we explored in a recent blog post, Moodle integration is ideal for bringing together multiple systems and services in one platform. Benefits such as Single Sign On (SSO), a reduction in document duplication and a seamless experience for both student and teacher means more establishments are opting for Moodle integration. And with Moodle integrating...
23rd August 2016, by , in Blog
Moodle opens the door to a whole world of learning. It’s easy to use, easy to work with provides countless ways to engage students and enhance the learning experience. However, using Moodle in isolation means you’re not getting the full benefit of a learning platform designed to be as flexible and as intuitive as you...
20th July 2016, by , in Blog
What do you want most out of the Moodle course you’ve created for your students? You’re probably thinking of the outcomes – the success rate of your course in terms of your students’ grades. But you can’t simply create a course and expect students to engage with it and want to complete it to the...
8th June 2016, by , in Blog
One of our technical partners, Overnet Data, has just released a new Moodle Homework block which simplifies setting, submitting and grading both online and paper-based assignments, along with a new module for Edulink users to better manage exam timetables. Moodle homework block The new Moodle homework block allows teachers to better plan homework tasks ahead...
18th May 2016, by , in Blog
We’ve been having a look at the developer release of Moodle 3.1 ahead of the official launch on the 23rd of May, and thought we’d share a few of the stand out features that we think really make it worthwhile upgrading. Obviously, this is only an overview of what’s new in Moodle 3.1, there are...
13th May 2016, by , in Blog
The sixth installment in our series of free Moodle training webinars will take place next week. This session will address how a teacher would set restrictions within resources and activities. We will also look at how a teacher would enable and use activity completion within Moodle. It will take place on Wednesday 25th May at...
4th May 2016, by , in Blog
To imagine how different the future classroom might look, we need only think about the classroom ten years ago. What was so different in 2006? There were no tablets – and mobile technology was seen as an unnecessary distraction from learning. Learning platforms were, relatively, in their infancy. Personalised learning had only just been featured in...
27th April 2016, by , in Blog
From the 7th to the 9th of May Titus Learning will be attending the COBIS Annual Conference at the InterContinental London, The O2, Greenwich – you’ll find us at Stand 67 in the main exhibition hall. The COBIS Annual Conference is attended by Principals, Headteachers, Governors and Senior Managers from British International Schools worldwide as well as representatives...

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