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Question:(Last edited: Tuesday, 29 September 2015, 08:39 AM)
|Answer: Can we add or upload just like in facebook a files that may open of other user/classmate, whom have to recieved that upload files?|
Question:(Last edited: Friday, 17 June 2011, 02:53 PM)
|Answer: Videos may be posted for valid reasons. Look for Sir Gain on how to do so. However please observe the following:|
Question:(Last edited: Wednesday, 12 August 2015, 10:02 AM)
|Answer: i-mail is an internal [e-]mail that only works within the high school's local area network and as such will not allow you to send email messages via the Internet. It has been programmed to work that way. |
At any rate, you can use the standard web mails such as Yahoo! or Gmail to send/receive emails subject to the permission of your computer teacher.
Update: i-mail has been deactivated for now.
Question:(Last edited: Tuesday, 16 August 2011, 08:26 PM)
|Answer: To be able to visit the sites of the faculty servers, you need to configure your Mozilla Firefox browser not to use a proxy when opening these local site servers. |
Question:(Last edited: Wednesday, 12 August 2015, 09:55 AM)
|Answer: First of all, the laboratory room is not an Internet Café and as such Internet connection is disabled by default. There will be times when your teacher will allow you to connect to the net as part of your lesson or topic. Still, if you can't connect even when given permission, it's possible that your mozilla firefox is not configured properly, follow these steps:|
Question:(Last edited: Wednesday, 12 August 2015, 10:03 AM)
|Answer: If you can not log in to your computer, you should seek help from the lab custodian. If you forgot your password to the hsportal, ask your computer teacher to retrieve your password from your online wallet. If you don't have an online wallet, you can ask Sir King or Sir Gain to reset your password to a new one. Submit to him a 1/8 sheet of paper containing these information:|
Question:(Last edited: Wednesday, 12 August 2015, 10:04 AM)
|Answer: An enrollment key is needed in order for a student to be a part of a course. The enrollment key will be provided to you by your computer teacher. In some courses like the Awards, an announcement is usually made about the enrollment keys in those action centers.|
Question:(Last edited: Wednesday, 12 August 2015, 09:59 AM)
|Answer: MOODLE stands for Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment. The hsportal is an adaptation of MOODLE but it has been customized to adapt to the needs of the high schoolcommunity. MOODLE is based on the Constructionist Pedagogy of Learning, which is also based from the philosopy of Constructivism. It asserts that students learn more by doing (constructing). |
Moodle is an open source e-learning platform. It has a very large user base with 12,165 registered sites in 155 countries with 4,021,531 users in 376,565 courses (as of May 30, 2006).
Moodle is a software package designed to help educators create quality online courses. Such e-learning systems are sometimes also called a Learning Management System (LMS), Course Management System (CMS), Virtual Learning Environments (VLE), education via computer-mediated communication (CMC) or just Online Education (e-learning).
Constructivism asserts that knowledge is constructed in the learner's mind, not transmitted in an unchanged form from books or teachers. The learner is able to learn based on his or her own experiences. A teacher operating from this point of view creates a student-centered environment that helps students build upon their existing skills and knowledge, rather than simply publishing and then assessing the information they think students need to know. However, some of the main features of Moodle are the ability to add items such as texts followed by multiple choice questions, quizzes and suchlike - which are effectively "publishing and then assessing information".
The social constructionist philosophy of Moodle builds further on constructivism by asserting that such learning occurs particularly well in a collaborative environment that everyone builds together. In Moodle, this includes features that support role sharing, such as permissions options that allow each participant to be a teacher as well as a learner. The task as a 'teacher' can change from being 'the source of knowledge' to being an influencer and role model of class culture, connecting with students in a personal way that addresses their own learning needs, and moderating discussions and activities in a way that collectively leads students towards the (sometimes negotiated) learning goals of the class.Fr. Anthony Borrow, an american Jesuit who is an active moodler says that MOODLE works hand in hand with the Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm (IPP) citing that the jesuit principle of Tantum Quantum supports this.
Question:(Last edited: Wednesday, 12 August 2015, 10:01 AM)
|Answer: THE HSPORTAL is a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) that we computer teachers and you students will use to maximize learning in computer education. It is based on the Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment (MOODLE) system that is adapted from the Constructionist Pedagogy or learning.|
The portal exists once existed only within the local area network of the high school campus - now it is available also on the Internet.
Question:(Last edited: Friday, 17 June 2011, 02:53 PM)
|Answer: The Private Messaging (PM) system is programmed to send messages from students to teachers and vice-versa. We don't want you to be distracted by undue messages from other students. It can also be open to abuse and we don't want that.|
Alternatively, you can use the internal mail (i-mail) to mail your friends and classmates. This feature is activated by your teacher and at his/her sole discretion.