Our Educator learning pathway takes you from your very first steps into teaching with Moodle to being certified as an expert Moodle Educator and Instructional Designer.
 Read more about the Educator pathway.

In this course you will learn, how to create a virtual classroom within Moodle 4.0, the basic theories of learning and how they apply to a virtual classroom, how to structure segments in a virtual classroom to maximise active learning for your students, how to deliver an effective virtual class across four key foundations: management, relationship, engagement, and assessment and how BigBlueButton supports delivery in each of the above foundations.

This course relates to the following competence(s):

1.1 Organisational communication

3.1 Teaching

3.2 Guidance

3.3 Collaborative learning

6.2 Digital communication and collaboration

Estimated learning time: 3 hours
Level: Intermediate
Programs:

This course is part of the Exploring Assessment program. You will learn how to use Glossaries for formative and summative assessment by following a short, interactive and experiential webinar.

This course relates to the following competence(s):

3.3 Collaborative learning

4.1 Assessment strategies

Estimated learning time: 2 hours
Level: Intermediate

Understand how to navigate Moodle, set up your teaching space and give access to your learners in this free self-paced course, part of the Moodle Teaching Basics program.

This course relates to the following competence(s):

3.1 Teaching


Estimated learning time: 3 hours
Level: Beginner

Discover the best ways to display teaching materials and track learner progress with this free, self-paced course,  part of the Moodle Teaching Basics program.

This course relates to the following competence(s):

3.1 Teaching


Estimated learning time: 3 hours
Level: Beginner

Encourage discussion, collaboration and other interactivity in your Moodle course. Explore automatic and manual grading in Moodle, including quizzes and assignments in this free, self-paced course, part of the Moodle Teaching Basics program.

This course relates to the following competence(s):

3.1 Teaching


Estimated learning time: 3 hours
Level: Beginner
Learn how to reuse your courses, add badges and competencies and explore some advanced features you'll learn with extra training with this free, self-paced course,  part of the Moodle Teaching Basics program.

This course relates to the following competence(s):

3.1 Teaching


Estimated learning time: 3 hours
Level: Beginner

This course addresses some common accessibility issues faced by people with one or more disabilities and demonstrates that making learning accessible is good for everyone and is easier than you may think.

This course relates to the following competences:


Estimated learning time: 3 hours
Level: Beginner

Broaden your existing Moodle knowledge and explore Moodle's more advanced activities and settings with this free self-paced course forming part of the Moodle Teaching Skills program.

This course relates to the following competence(s):

3.1 Teaching

Estimated learning time: 2 hours
Level: Intermediate

Ensure all learners feel comfortable accessing your course materials, whatever their  backgrounds, personal learning needs or  internet connection with this free self-paced course forming part of the Moodle Teaching Intermediate program.

This course relates to the following competence(s):

2.1 Selecting Digital resources

2.2 Creating and modifying digital resources

5.1 Accessibility and inclusion

5.2 Differentiation and personalisation

Estimated learning time: 2 hours
Level: Intermediate

Learn techniques (such as gamification) to engage and maintain the motivation of your learners in this free self-paced course, part of the Moodle Teaching Skill program.

This course relates to the following competence(s):

2.1 Selecting Digital resources

2.2 Creating and modifying digital resources

2.3 Managing, protecting and sharing digital resources

Estimated learning time: 2 hours
Level: Intermediate

Enhance your knowledge of Moodle's gradeable activities and discover different types of assessment in this free self-paced course, part of the Moodle Teaching Skills program.

This course relates to the following competence(s):

4.1 Assessment strategies

4.2 Analysing evidence

4.3 Feedback and planning


Estimated learning time: 2 hours
Level: Intermediate

Explore how Moodle can help you support and give feedback to your learners in this free, self-paced course, part of the Moodle Teaching Skills program.

This course relates to the following competence(s):

3.2 Guidance

4.3 Feedback and planning

Estimated learning time: 2 hours
Level: Intermediate

A short, self-paced course for educators wanting to learn about the new features in Moodle 4.0.

This course relates to the following competence(s):

3.1 Teaching


Estimated learning time: 2 hours
Level: Intermediate

This short course helps you engage learners with the different types of Moodle forum and offers tips on facilitating and moderating Moodle forums.

This course relates to the following competence(s):

3.2 Guidance

6.2 Digital communication and collaboration

6.4 Responsible use

Estimated learning time: 2 hours
Level: Intermediate

Discover how to create engaging eLearning courses, through a Community of Inquiry that leads to ownership of learning and metacognition. You will also be introduced to Data Curso, a system for instructional design.

This event is for Educators.

This course relates to the following competence(s):

1.4 Digital CPD

2.2 Creating and modifying digital resources

3.1 Teaching 

3.2 Guidance

4.1 Assessment strategies

5.2 Differentiation and personalisation

5.3 Actively engaging learners

Estimated learning time: 2 hours
Level: Beginner

This short course will introduce you to the ABC Learning Design, a rapid curriculum design method and will help you to understand how to run your own ABC workshops. 

This course relates to the following competence(s):

1.2 Professional collaboration

1.4 Digital CPD

Estimated learning time: 2.5 hours
Level: Beginner

An introduction to the theory, set up and practice of gamification in Moodle.

This course relates to the following competence(s):

3.1 Teaching

3.3 Collaborative learning

3.4 Self-regulated learning

5.3 Actively engaging learners

Estimated learning time: 2 hours
Level: Intermediate

This short course is a presentation of the MoodleNet project. 

Learners will have the opportunity to explore the latest version of MoodleNet and discover how to take the most out of open educational resources.

This course relates to the following competence(s):

1.2 Professional collaboration

2.1 Selecting Digital resources

2.2 Creating and modifying digital resources

2.3 Managing, protecting and sharing digital resources

Estimated learning time: 2 hours
Level: Beginner

This course is part of the Exploring Assessment program. You will learn how to use Assignments for formative and summative assessment by following a short, interactive and experiential webinar.

This course relates to the following competence(s):

3.3 Collaborative learning

3.4 Self-regulated learning

4.1 Assessment strategies

4.3 Feedback and planning

Estimated learning time: 2 hours
Level: Intermediate

This course is part of the Exploring Assessment program. You will learn how to use Forums for formative and summative assessment by following a short, interactive and experiential webinar.

This course relates to the following competence(s):

3.3 Collaborative learning

3.4 Self-regulated learning

4.1 Assessment strategies

4.3 Feedback and planning

Estimated learning time: 2 hours
Level: Intermediate