Moodle for Teachers (M4T) Hands-on Workshops

Integrating Technology for Active Lifelong Learning (IT4ALL)

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Contact Dr. Nellie Deutsch for further information.

Teachers are becoming more independent as they learn how to facilitate online classes. One way to teach and learn online is through Moodle. At Integrating Technology for Active Lifelong Learning (IT4ALL), a team of educators provide teachers with professional development workshops on how to create courses using Moodle. You are invited to join the following Moodle for Teachers (M4T) workshops or let us help you choose the best course for you by filling in this form.

Moodle for Teachers

Moodle for Teacher Administrators

Moodle Administrators

Moodle for Teachers (M4T) 5-week online workshop will  provide participants, who have never used Moodle or who would like to enrich their previous Moodle experiences, with the knowledge and skills to navigate a Moodle course, access resources, activities, and blocks from a student perspective and practice the same Moodle features in course practice area (see course syllabus). The participants will develop a lesson or course on Moodle.

Join the next course. 

Moodle for Teacher administrator (M4TA) 6-week online workshop for those who wish to be administrators of 2.0 or 1.9 Moodle (see syllabus for the workshop).

The workshop will be facilitated by Dr. Nellie Deutsch, an experienced
administrator of a few Moodles and facilitator of Moodle for Teachers professional development workshops.
 Join the next course to ensure your place (first 20). The tuition for the workshop is $200.

Moodle for Teacher Administrators Advanced (M4TA-A) 6-week workshop for graduates of Moodle for Teacher Administrators (M4TA) part 1 or advanced Moodlers who are administrators of a Moodle or who wish to install a Moodle on a domain and learn how to maintain it (see syllabus). Tuition is $320. Join the next workshop.

Teaching with Moodle is very rewarding, but it can be addictive to anyone passionate about teaching and sharing information with learners. I found teaching face-to-face difficult because it frustrated me to see my students faze out and disengage during class until I came across Moodle in 2003. Nowadays, I cannot imagine teaching without Moodle and technology. I hope you start your very own Moodle courses very soon so you and your students can become partners of learning.