Moodle is well-known for its eponymous learning platform, used globally, with a focus on collaborative and active learning. Despite this design focus Moodle is often used in different ways that reflect the learning methods that teachers experienced in their own education. Martin will argue that a number of these methods contribute to a problematic culture in student learning. Martin is an advocate for the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals that seek to address these potentially negative trends. He will present some ideas, including some new Moodle products being developed, that provide alternative learning spaces to influence educators to move down better paths.