Well, the wonderful people that I work with have done it again. This time, they’ve rolled out the Frayer Model in Moodle. Once again, the Database activity forms the base for this work. The students can then enter relevant information (Concept, Definition, Image, Example, and Non-Example) to create a Frayer model.
Here are the fields for the student to complete:
Students enter all of the required fields (those with a * ). Once they do, a Frayer Model will be created for them.
When the student places a mouse over one of the fields, the information is brought forward.
Since this is a Database activity, the work that students do can be shared with the entire class (or not). If you want all students to share, simply leave Approval set to “No” (in the Entries section). Conversely, if you want each student to only see their own work, set “Approval required” to “Yes” (and don’t approve anything).
Here is Mr. Chris Kenniburg explaining the process.