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+<!-- Ce fichier est en cours de traduction. Il sera mis ý jour petit ý petit -->
+<title>Documentation Moodle : Manuel de l'enseignant</title>
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+<h1>Manuel de l'enseignant</h1>
+<p>Cette page est un guide trËs rapide ý la crÈation de cours en ligne avec Moodle.
+Il dÈcrit les fonctions principales ý disposition, ainsi que quelques-unes des
+dÈcisions que vous devrez prendre.</p>
+<p>Sections de ce document :</p>
+ <li><a href="#started">Pour commencer</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#settings">Configurer le cours</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#upload">DÈposer des fichiers</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#activities">Mettre en place des activitÈs</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#course">Lancer le cours</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#further">Informations complÈmentaires</a></li>
+<h3 class="sectionheading"><a name="started"></a>Pour commencer</h3>
+ <p>Ce document prÈsuppose que l'administrateur de votre site a configurÈ
+ Moodle et vous a donnÈ un cours vide avec lequel vous pouvez commencer ý
+ travailler. Il part aussi de l'idÈe que vous vous Ítes connectÈ dans votre
+ cours avec votre compte d'enseignant.</p>
+ <p>Voici trois conseils qui vous aideront ý commmencer le travail avec Moodle.</p>
+ <ol>
+ <li><strong>N'ayez pas peur d'expÈrimenter&nbsp;:</strong>
+ <blockquote>explorez votre cours et faites-y des modifications. Il est difficile
+ de casser quoi que ce soit dans un cours Moodle, et mÍme dans ce cas, il est
+ facile de corriger le problËme.
+ </blockquote>
+ <li><strong>Remarquez et utilisez ces petites icÙnes</strong>&nbsp;:
+ <blockquote>
+ <p>&nbsp;<img src="../pix/i/edit.gif"> - l'<strong>icÙne de modification</strong>
+ vous permet de modifier l'ÈlÈment ý cÙtÈ duquel elle est placÈe.</p>
+ <p><img src="../pix/help.gif" width="22" height="17"> - l'<strong>icÙne
+ d'aide</strong> ouvre une fenÍtre avec un texte d'aide.</p>
+ <p>&nbsp;<img src="../pix/i/hide.gif" width="16" height="16"> - l'<strong>icÙne
+ oeil ouvert</strong> vous permet de cacher des ÈlÈments aux Ètudiants.</p>
+ <p>&nbsp;<img src="../pix/i/show.gif" width="16" height="16"> - l'<strong>icÙne
+ oeil fermÈ</strong> vous permet de rendre disponible un ÈlÈment cachÈ.</p>
+ </blockquote>
+ </li>
+ <li><strong>Utilisez la barre de navigation au haut de chaque page</strong>&nbsp;:
+ <blockquote>elle vous aidera ý vous rappeler o_ vous vous trouvez et
+ vous Èvitera de vous perdre dans le site.
+ </blockquote>
+ </li>
+ </ol>
+ <p>&nbsp;</p>
+<h3 class="sectionheading"><a name="settings"></a>Configurer le cours</h3>
+<!-- Le reste doit encore Ítre traduit -->
+ <p>The first thing you should do is look under the &quot;Administration&quot;
+ on your course home page and click on &quot;<strong>Settings...</strong>&quot;
+ (Note that this link, and in fact the whole Administration section is only
+ available to you (and the site administrator). Students will not even see
+ these links).</p>
+ <p>On the Settings page you can change a number of settings about your course,
+ ranging from its name to what day it starts. I won't talk here about all these,
+ as they all have a help icon next to them which explains them all in detail.
+ However, I will talk about the most important of these - the <strong>course
+ format</strong>.</p>
+ <p>The course format that you choose will decide the basic layout of your course,
+ like a template. Moodle version 1.0 has three formats - in future there will
+ probably be many more (please send new ideas to <a href=""></a>!)</p>
+ <p>Here are some screenshots of three sample courses in each of these three
+ formats (ignore the different colours, which are set for a whole site by the
+ site administrator):</p>
+ <p align="center"><strong>Weekly format:</strong></p>
+ <p align="center"><img src="pix/weekly.jpg" width="570" height="527"></p>
+ <p align="center">&nbsp;</p>
+ <p align="center"><strong>Topics format:</strong></p>
+ <p align="center"><img src="pix/topics.jpg" width="570" height="463"></p>
+ <p align="center">&nbsp;</p>
+ <p align="center"><strong>Social format:</strong></p>
+ <p align="center"><img src="pix/social.jpg" width="570" height="429"></p>
+ <p>&nbsp;</p>
+ <p>Note that the weekly and topics formats are very similar in structure. The
+ main difference is that each box in the weekly format covers exactly one week,
+ whereas in the topic format each box can cover whatever you like. The social
+ format doesn't use much content at all and is based around just one forum
+ - this is displayed on the main page.</p>
+ <p>See the help buttons on the Course Settings page for more details.</p>
+ <p>&nbsp;</p>
+<h3 class="sectionheading"><a name="upload"></a>DÈposer des fichiers</h3>
+ <p>You may have existing content that you want to add to your course, such as
+ web pages, audio files, video files, word documents, or flash animations.
+ Any type of file that exists can be uploaded into your course and stored on
+ the server. While your files are on the server you can move, rename, edit
+ or delete them.</p>
+ <p>All of this is achieved through the <strong>Files</strong> link in your Administration
+ menu. The Files section looks like this:</p>
+ <p align="center"><img src="pix/files.jpg" width="400" height="347"></p>
+ <p>&nbsp;</p>
+ <p>This interface is only available to teachers - it is not accessible by students.
+ Individual files are made available to students later on (as &quot;Resources&quot;
+ - see the next section).</p>
+ <p>As you can see in the screenshot, files are listed alongside subdirectories.
+ You can create any number of subdirectories to organise your files and move
+ your files from one to the other.</p>
+ <p>Uploading files via the web is currently restricted to one file at a time.
+ If you want to upload a lot of files at once (for example a whole web site),
+ it can be a lot easier to use a <strong>zip program</strong> to compress them
+ into a single file, upload the zip file and then unzip them again on the server
+ (you will see an &quot;unzip&quot; link next to zip archives).</p>
+ <p>To preview any file you have uploaded just click on its name. Your web browser
+ will take care of either displaying it or downloading it to your computer.</p>
+ <p>HTML and text files can be edited in-place online. Other files will need
+ to be edited on your local computer and uploaded again. if you upload a file
+ with the same name as an existing file it will automatically be overwritten.</p>
+ <p>A final note: if your content resides out on the web then you don't need
+ to upload the files at all - you can link directly to them from inside the
+ course (see the Resources module and the next section).</p>
+ <p>&nbsp;</p>
+<h3 class="sectionheading"><a name="activities"></a>Mettre en place des activitÈs</h3>
+ <p>Building a course involves adding course activity modules to the main page
+ in the order that students will be using them. You can shuffle the order any
+ time you like.</p>
+ <p>To turn on editing, click &quot;Turn on editing&quot; under Administration.
+ This toggle switch shows or hides the extra controls that allow you to manipulate
+ your main course page. Note in the first screenshot above (of the Weekly format
+ course) that the editing controls are turned on.</p>
+ <p>To add a new activity, simply go to the week or topic or section of the screen
+ where you want to add it, and select the type of activity from the popup menu.
+ Here is a summary of all the standard activities in Moodle 1.0:</p>
+ <dl>
+ <dt><strong>Assignment</strong></dt>
+ <dd>An assignment is where you set a task with a due date and a maximum grade.
+ Students will be able to upload one file to satisify the requirements. The
+ date they upload their file is recorded. Afterwards, you will have a single
+ page on which ou can view each file (and how late or early it is), and then
+ record a grade and a comment. Half an hour after you grade any particular
+ student, Moodle will automatically email that student a notification. </dd>
+ <br>
+ <br>
+ <dt><strong>Choice</strong></dt>
+ <dd>A choice activity is very simple - you ask a question and specify a choice
+ of responses. Students can make their choice, and you have a report screen
+ where you can see the results. I use it to gather research consent from
+ my students, but you could use it for quick polls or class votes.</dd>
+ <br>
+ <br>
+ <dt><strong>Forum</strong></dt>
+ <dd>This module is by far the most important - it is here that discussion
+ takes place. When you add a new forum, yu will presented with a choice of
+ different types - a simple single-topic discussion, a free-for-all general
+ forum, or a one-discussion-thread-per-user.</dd>
+ <br>
+ <br>
+ <dt><strong>Journal</strong></dt>
+ <dd>Each journal activity is an entry in the whole course journal. For each
+ one you can specify an open-ended question that guides what students write,
+ as well as a window of time in which the journal is open (weekly course
+ format only). A general rule of thumb is to create one journal per week.
+ Encourage students to write reflectively and critically in these journals,
+ as they are only available to them and you. Afterwards, you will be able
+ to grade and comment all the entries for that week or topic, and students
+ will receive an automatic email informing them of your feedback. Journals
+ are not designed to be continually added to - if you need to do that then
+ add more journal activities.</dd>
+ <br>
+ <br>
+ <dt><strong>Resource</strong></dt>
+ <dd>Resources are the content of your course. Each resource can be any file
+ you have uploaded or can point to using a URL. You can also maintain simple
+ text-based pages by typing them directly into a form.</dd>
+ <br>
+ <br>
+ <dt><strong>Quiz</strong></dt>
+ <dd>This module allows you to design and set quiz tests, consisting of multiple
+ choice, true-false, and short answer questions. These questions are kept
+ in a categorised database, and can be re-used within courses and even between
+ courses. Quizzes can allow multiple attempts. Each attempt is automatically
+ marked, and the teacher can choose whether to give feedback or to show correct
+ answers. This module includes grading facilities. </dd>
+ <br>
+ <br>
+ <dt><strong>Survey</strong></dt>
+ <dd>The survey module provides a number of predefined survey instruments that
+ are useful in evaluating and understanding your class. Currently they include
+ the COLLES and the ATTLS instruments. They can be given to students early
+ in the course as a diagnostic tool and at the end of the course as an evaluation
+ tool (I use one every week in my courses).</dd>
+ </dl>
+ <br>
+ <p>After adding your activities you can move them up and down in your course
+ layout by clicking on the little arrow icons (<img src="../pix/t/up.gif" width="9" height="10">
+ <img src="../pix/t/down.gif" width="9" height="10">) next to each one. You
+ can also delete them using the cross icon <img src="../pix/t/delete.gif" width="10" height="10">,
+ and re-edit them using the edit icon <img src="../pix/t/edit.gif" width="10" height="11">.</p>
+ <p>&nbsp;</p>
+<h3 class="sectionheading"><a name="course"></a>Lancer le cours</h3>
+ <p>There are some big plans to extend this document into a more comprehensive
+ tutorial. Until then here are a few ideas:</p>
+ <ol>
+ <li>Subscribe yourself to all the forums so you keep in touch with your class
+ activity. </li>
+ <li>Encourage all the students fill out their user profile (including photos)
+ and read them all - this will help provide some context to their later writings
+ and help you to respond in ways that are tailored to their own needs.</li>
+ <li>Keep notes to yourself in the private &quot;<strong>Teacher's Forum</strong>&quot;
+ (under Administration). This is especially useful when team teaching.</li>
+ <li>Use the &quot;<strong>Logs</strong>&quot; link (under Administration)
+ to get access to complete, raw logs. In there you'll see a link to a popup
+ window that updates every sixty seconds and shows the last hour of activity.
+ This is useful to keep open on your desktop all day so you can feel in touch
+ with what's going on in the course.</li>
+ <li>Use the &quot;<strong>Activity Reports</strong>&quot; (next to each name
+ in the list of all people, or from any user profile page). These provide
+ a great way to see what any particular person has been up to in the course.</li>
+ <li>Respond quickly to students. Don't leave it for later - do it right away.
+ Not only is it easy to become overwhelmed with the volume that can be generated,
+ but it's a crucial part of building and maintaining a community feel in
+ your course.</li>
+ </ol>
+ <p>&nbsp;</p>
+<h3 class="sectionheading"><a name="further"></a>Informations complÈmentaires</h3>
+ <p>If you have any particular problems with your site, you should contact your
+ local site administrator.</p>
+ <p>If you have some great ideas for improvements to Moodle, or even some good
+ stories, come over to <a href="" target="_top"></a>
+ and join us in the course called "<a href="" target="_top">Using
+ Moodle</a>". We'd love to hear from you, and you can help Moodle improve.</p>
+ <p>If you want to contribute to coding new modules, or writing documentation,
+ or papers, contact me: <a href="" target="_top">Martin
+ Dougiamas</a> or browse the &quot;bug tracker&quot; site for Moodle, at <a href="" target="_top"></a></p>
+ <p align="center">Thanks for using Moodle - and good luck with your teaching!</p>
+ <hr>
+ <p>&nbsp;</p>
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