Triple A Learning has a wealth of experience in the development and implementation of the IB programmes in schools worldwide. Many IB schools, both authorized and candidate status, use our online services.
Our experience with schools extends to the use of the latest “Web 2.0″ online learning tools. We are uniquely positioned to be able to offer all IB schools the latest advice in e-learning methodology, training and choice of platform. We can even supply and host all your e-learning and training needs – whether it is one single Moodle ‘classroom’ for one course or a whole-district installation with thousands of users.
Moodle – our preferred Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)
The environment offered by Moodle fully supports the kinds of learning that IB programmes promote. The environment offers a safe, secure and fully-functional online ‘classroom’, complete with facilities for sharing, collaborating, cooperating, presenting and reflecting.
Many PYP, MYP and Diploma schools are recognizing the value of Moodle in supporting internationally-minded learners in the 21st century.
Mahara – our preferred e-portfolio system
Many IB schools are looking toward e-learning solutions for their portfolio work. With Mahara, students can store, re-shape and present their work to show their learning in multiple forms. Presentations of work can include text, images, video, blog entries, reflections, presentations and audio files – all within a safe and secure online area.
Mahara is the ideal e-portfolio system for student-led conferences and for
- the PYP Exhibition
- the MYP Personal Project
- recording and reflecting on Community involvement (service) in the MYP
- elements of the DP Extended Essay
- recording of CAS activities
Training Teachers and Students in e-learning skills
We have extensive experience in training teachers, mentors and workshop leaders in the use of virtual learning environments. Our experience extends to developing e-learning training materials for teachers and students. As a specialism, we offer training to teachers in the uses of e-learning in the curriculum including
- effective uses of Web 2.0 tools in learning and teaching
- effective and efficient ways to create engaging and interactive e-learning content