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  • This is a saving and investing unit designed to be a part of an online personal finance curriculum.

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  • This course is a study of your role as an active participant in your personal finances.  Students will develop strategies to maximize earnings potential, create and utilize a budget, invest money to grow their net worth, explore the wise use of credit, make informed consumer decisions when purchasing a home or vehicle, and protect against financial risks.  Students will be introduced to various investment options including stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and real estate.

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  • In this unit students will explore many activities to help them better understand themselves so they can develop their personal goals and possible future career goals. We explore vocabulary, slef-concept, self-esteem, values, character traits, personality traits, Multiple Intelligences, a Personality Test and SMART goal setting. All these help to clarify who they are and where they are going. Their final project will be a Vision Map.

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  • THIS IS AN INTERGRATED COURSE FOR THE SUBJECTS:
    1. MANAGE SUBJECTS
    2. ENSURE A SAFE WORKPLACE

    THE SUBJECTS' ASSESSMENT EVENTS AND PORTFOLIO ACTIVITIES ARE BASED ON A WORKPLACE SCENARIO.

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  • In this unit, students will create a list of places, books, films, events and other items that they would like to see in their life time. In creating this list, students will fine tune their internet research skills and will learn correct MLA citation. Students will also learn various technological skills and tools that will prepare them for post-secondary education.

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  • Let's learn about climate change and how our actions can create positive change!

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    A PRIMER ON POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

    by By Wallace H. Provost Jr.

    This is formatted with simple essays for homosocratic learning with optional input from Professor Wally available.

  • Creative Commons License
    Digital Citizenship Moodle Course by Kristina A. Campea and Erin Herberg is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

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  • Online Internet safety course for students in grades 5-12.

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  • Online Internet safety course for students in grades 5-12.
  • Beginners IT: This course includes the three modules Basic Concepts of IT, About Using a Computer and Internet & Communications.
  • ICDL Concepts (ICT)This course gives you a general understanding of the basic all-round concepts of computers and everyday software commonly in use, as well as some of the main security issues, health issues and legal issues relating to Information Technology.
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  • This a course under construction which will be provided to the GEOSS project for other teachers to utilize. The course is designed with two goals in mind 1. to provide sample resources about acceptable use and internet safety that could be utilized in the classroom, and 2. to provide additional resources for teachers looking to teach better research practices to their students. For more info just shoot Joe Thibault an email.
  • These three open source graphics and desktop publishing tools are free to use and redistribute. Learn to use them in this self-guided set of tutorials.
  • This 2 week course will focus on creating understanding of computer based spreadsheets. The course will focus on using spreadsheets for business applications and to create efficiencies and better organization by using these simple (and freely available) tools.


  • This module will teach participants how to build effective presentations using Prezi, the online presentational tool. It will also encompass the basic elements of online design.

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  • Inservice on finding online Science and Social Studies resources specific for your grade level and the standards you teach. Once you take this inservice, you can come back in anytime and check out the resources again.

    If you find a really great resource you want to share with other teachers, please post to the Sharing Database on the OSI Home Page.  big grin 

  • Ed Tech Grant Course: This course is for teachers to select relevant resources to update their existing content/classes.

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  • How to use Technologies in your course.

    Best practices of using the various technologies around and implementing them into your Moodle course.

    Multimedia, Flash, Java, Video, Animation...

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  • This six week course introduces teachers to the tools and strategies needed to connect with students online. The course will investigate best practices in communicating with and encouraging students in an online / blended environment, as well as provide practical instruction in some of the most common course tools provided in Moodle. Participants will be provided synchronous and asynchronous experiences to encourage growth of facilitation skills. Teachers will also work with and discuss a variety of methods for creating student engagement in an online setting.

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  • Welcome to Guided Fitness Study! Each week students will have the opportunity to participate in fitness using on-line resources as well as participate in an individual fitness plan.

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  • This is where your course summary or contact information goes.

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  • This unit will be integrated into the Northern Star Online course: Phy Ed A: Skill-Related Fitness

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  • A person's mental state plays an enormous role for athletic success. Sports Psychology 101 will provide an overview of the essential ingredients for athletic excellence. This course will cover the importance of goal setting, relaxation, visualization, establishment of routines, self talk (what to do with your ANTS: automatic negative thoughts), and achieving flow. It will be up to you to integrate and personalize those ingredients during the course for your specific sport.

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  • Traditional photography course taught using digital cameras and photo editing software.

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  • A course aimed at Y8 students, investigating a range of image editing techniques and concluding with a single assessed piece of work.

    Feel free to download any of the resources provided here, all of which are CC licensed (BY-NC-SA).

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  • Traditional photography course taught using digital cameras and photo editing software.

    PhotoBlogs.org
    PhotoK12.org
    Download the GIMP

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  • Welcome to Fine Art Photography
    You are about to embark on a visual journey that will change the way you see the world...Enjoy!

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  • This unit will introduce and reinforce grammar concepts.

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  • This course provides options for students who need remediation before taking (or re-taking) a high-stakes reading test. By determining students' strengths and weaknesses early on in the course, students will select specific units to complete. In addition, the course focuses on fostering a love (or like) of reading instead of just isolated test preparation.

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  • Peggy Teaches Chinese Youtube Video Course

  • This unit is an introduction to immigration to the United States from 1840-1920 or so. This time period saw a record number of immigrants come to the US as many were fleeing persecution and poor economic conditions in their home countries.

    The unit is designed for fairly capable 5th and 6th grade students. Students will be reading and analyzing primary source documents to discover what the immigrant experience was like. At the end, students will do a project that will allow them to share their learning about the immigrant experience, as well as take a formal assessment on what they learned.

    This unit does not cover the more recent waves of immigration from the 1970s to the present day. It is recommended that students get the opportunity to study more recent immigrant groups -- Hmong, Mexicans, Laotians, Vietnamese, Somali, etc. -- with the goal of finding similarities and differences in the experiences of these groups and those that came in the late 19th and early 20th century.

    Finally, for reasons of time and space and age level, this is not considered to be an all-encompassing unit. Immigration is a complex and controversial topic, and in our history there were many laws made to both encourage and discourage immigration. These laws and this aspect of our history are not covered here but could be an additional area of learning for students.

    Tim Kaari
    Bloomington Public Schools
    Bloomington, MN
    tkaari@bloomington.k12.mn

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  • Welcome to our course on environmental problems. Your and your childrens' future is at risk if we do not change our habits and take action for a better planet.

    This unit deals with various environmental aspects and you will also meet people who decided to take some action.

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  • The audience for this course is University level science students with an interest in climate science and climate change. The aim is to give a broader view of the topic of climate change.

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  • Check out this new Moodle course page with lots of fascinating resources and activities to do with climate change and its effects. Great for a tutorial or lesson using the interactive climate map or the animation, followed by the Moodle activities as ideas on your interactive whiteboard.

    • no enrolment key needed
    • for use in Tutorials, Science in Society, Evironmental Science, Geography, Sociology, Citizenship, General Studies, Critical Thinking (assess peer-reviewed script on Wake Up animation), ICT and Entrepreneurship or any other situation.
    • Please feedback at the bottom of the page.
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  • This course is a complete unit for teaching The Hobbit.

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  • PRIDE AND PREJUDICE
    Classical Literature

  • A research unit which uses the book The Crucible.

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A Guide to Becoming a United States (U.S.) Citizen
by Nobong Barrientos - Thursday, 31 January 2013, 01:10 PM
 

A Guide to Becoming a United States (U.S.) Citizen

Coming to the USA is exciting -- new people, new places, new opportunities, new customs and new laws! Whether you are considering working for an American employer or pursuing a business investment venture in the United States arena, there are key issues that need to be addressed for your goals to be reached. Unfortunately, all this novelty can seem overwhelming, especially when it comes to immigration law. To ensure that you are afforded all of the rights of residency or citizenship in USA, follow these immigration tips.
HOW TO USE THIS GUIDE:

Becoming a U.S. citizen gives you new rights and privileges: it shows your patriotism, allows you to vote, you obtain government benefits, and you are able to able to become a permanent resident of the United States. Being a citizen also carries with it new responsibilities. This guide will inform the reader of how to become a U.S. citizen, and answer some frequently asked questions. This guide is not meant as a substitute for legal advice. Should you have any questions or concerns you should contact legal counsel.
DO I NEED A LAWYER TO BECOME A UNITED STATES CITIZEN?
 
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Easy Tips to Maintain Financial Stability and Security
by Nobong Barrientos - Thursday, 31 January 2013, 01:07 PM
 
Financial stability can help you become more successful with time as you can focus more on your work and less time worrying about your finances. In these difficult economic times, more of us are sharing that concern. And while we may not have control over the global economy, we can take steps to take control of our personal finances. Here are 12 common sense tips to financial stability, go to Easy Tips to Maintain Financial Stability and Security
 
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EFFECTIVE TIPS TO HELP YOUR CHILD OVERCOME SHYNESS
by Nobong Barrientos - Thursday, 31 January 2013, 01:06 PM
 
Understanding YOUR Shy Child
Most preschoolers are shy at times; it’s a natural part of human development. But, as many teachers have experienced, some children exhibit shy behavior not just occasionally, but consistently. For these children, everyday interactions with peers and adults can seem almost impossible. This level of shyness can create a barrier to a child’s social development and overall enjoyment at school. So when should teachers give that shy child a boost, and how can they do it without creating further anxiety?
 
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Cellphone Price List Philippines 2013
by Nobong Barrientos - Thursday, 31 January 2013, 01:05 PM
 

Note: Item prices posted are strictly CASH. Prices shown are the average price sourced from physical outlet stores (not online merchants). Prices may subject to change by respective retailers without prior notice. Know more, go to Cellphone Price List Philippines 2013

 

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       The number of Filipinos living abroad, by today's count is approximately 8,579,378- 11,000,000 (according to the Philippine Government), a number that has grown steadily over the past decade. Most overseas Filipinos migrate to other nations to find employment (overseas Filipino workers-OFW) and support their families in the Philippines. As a result of this migration, many countries have substantial Filipino communities.

 

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