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  • This course focuses primarily on the practical issues and skills needed to develop an online or blended course using Moodle. It serves as an introduction for teachers new to online or blended learning, especially those working in higher education in low bandwidth environments.
  • This course is designed for students ages 11-18 who are learning to use the Internet. It supplies common sense tips for staying safe while using a wide range of network based tools.
  • Created by Brian Hawkins from the Forest Grove School District.

  • Four week course for creating moodle sites for the face to face classroom
  • In this course teachers will learn how to utilize Google Sites to develop student-based or classroom-based ePortfolio’s as a an alternate form of assessment as well as to showcase student work. Learn what ePorfolio’s are and discuss the benefits and uses of them as a teaching and learning tool. Participants will have hands-on practice using Google Sites to create an ePortfolio with best practice elements. Finally, teachers will evaluate their own courses to ensure that their students will have artifacts aligned to course objectives/standards that are ePortfolio-ready! This course is geared towards teachers who have students in grades 7-12.
  • Course Description

    • This course will introduce Moodle and present elearning instructional design tips and resources. You will experience this course as a student as it leads you through constructing a course with instructional content, engaging activities, communication and interaction objects, feedback and assessments.
    • Complete this course and earn 6 workshop hours/6 points toward Salary Advancement.