Teach an online course in your school
This document explains how to teach an online course on LEARN NC's Moodle server.
Teach an online course in your school system with LEARN NC and Moodle. We’ve made LEARN NC’s Moodle platform available to all public school teachers in North Carolina, enabling schools of any income level and geographic location to increase their teaching capacity online.
You must first complete the Moodle Training course. Moodle Training will introduce you to the basics of managing a course online. You’ll learn to set up and grade tests, uploading assignments, having online discussions via Moodle’s interactive message boards, and more.
Choose your course
LEARN NC gives you the option of creating a course from scratch, or adapting a copy of one of ours. Please see our list of currently shared courses to see which course is right for you.
If you have taken Moodle Training, there are no costs to creating, sharing or teaching courses on the LEARN NC Moodle server.
How to request a course
When you complete your training, LEARN NC will create a new copy of the course you request. You can then customize or edit your course to meet your system’s needs.
You can submit your new course request by calling 919-962-HELP or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The registrar will then provide you with information on how you and your students can access your course.
Help yourself to LEARN NC’s library of shared online courses. Our online K-12 courses are aligned to the North Carolina Standard Course of Study, and LEARN NC’s professional development courses for teachers follow a researched model for quality professional development and online learning.
- Beginning Teacher Success
- Creating and Using Meaningful Rubrics
- Fostering Learning with Digital Portfolios
- Innovate to Transform the Classroom with Web 2.0 Tools
- Introduction to Online Learning
- North Carolina Teacher Standards and Evaluation Process
- Project-Based Learning in the 21st Century
- Adolescent Literacy for Middle Grades
- Adolescent Literacy: English Language Arts Comprehension Strategies
- Adolescent Literacy: Social Studies Comprehension Strategies
- Promoting Reading Comprehension Skills in the Elementary Classroom
- Promoting Reading Comprehension Skills in the Middle School Classroom
- Reading, Writing and Research: Integrating Literacy across the Curriculum
- Teaching Writing in the Elementary Classroom
- Teaching Writing in the Middle School Classroom
English as a Second Language
- A Crash Course in ESL
- A Crash Course in ESL for Administrators
- Crossing Cultures I: Self-Awareness
- LEP Training 101
- LEP Training 102
- Lesson Planning for English Language Learners Using the WIDA/ELP Standards
- Scaffolding Content for English Language Learners (K-5)
- African American History to 1950
- American Indians in North Carolina
- American Indians in the United States
- The Civil Rights Movement in Context
- Biodiversity in Your Backyard
- Investigative Science for Middle School Teachers
- Scientific Inquiry for Elementary Teachers
- Tackling Misconceptions in Physical Science for Middle Grades
- Teaching Electricity and Circuits in the Elementary Classroom
Career and Technology Education
- e-Commerce I
- e-Commerce II
- Multimedia and Webpage Design
Note: When you begin teaching someone else’s course, you then become responsible for obeying copyright laws in that course. Editing or adding copyrighted course materials may result in copyright infringement.