Thursday, October 13, 2011

Developing ICT skills to develop Effective E-learning courses

The British Council has organized a training course from 13 to 15 October at “Crown Plaza Hotel”. The presenter is Dr. Baldev Singh from “Imagine Education”. More than 40 teachers from different schools were present today in the training. Makassed KSPS and Makassed ABAT were presented by Mrs. Ghina Al Badawi, Mrs. Rana Sabbidine, Ms. Dounia Baderdine, and Mrs. Rawaa Shehab.
The objectives of the training:
• Develop a good understanding of steps and structure to develop an effective e-learning course.
• Develop e-learning courses using open source systems such as MoodIe to support collaboration, assessment and tracking of progress.
• Use additional applications to create E-Learning objects which can be embedded into the E-Learning environment.


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

bravo.go ahead............
jamal kara bissani

Rana Sabbidine said...

Big thanks for the British Council and Dr. Baldev Singh for offering this interesting and beneficial training program.
Yalla Rawaa!!!let's start applying these tools....:)

Dave Velasco said...

E-learning training courses has been effective in many convenient ways. Most of those who benefited from such online education are those in far places who wants to have a certification or proper and accredited training credits that they cannot support while at far distances. With the presence of such online education, they are able to get their certification and training courses online with the use of their laptops or computers and credited at their own convenient choice.