TC04 - Moodle course as classroom event

The aim of the module is to prepare the participants to work in an open source learning environment (LMS). It gives detailed, practice-oriented demonstration of the learner-side and teacher-side activities, and gives an introduction how to administer in the environment. The participants will be prepared, how to manage users, how to create courses, how to integrate e-learning content and activities. They will be able to design, create their own course, to publish tasks and tests for students, to supervise the learning event, generate collaboration and communication, and use methods to assess the learners’ activities. They will and evaluate it against the pedagogical aims.


•    Design e-learning event
•    Create Moodle courses
•    Adding resources (Text, Web page, Link, etc.)
•    Adding activities (Task, Chat, Blog, Forum, etc.)
•    Roles in Moodle
•    Management of users' account
•    Assessment tools, learners' records
•    Evaluation tools

Target group

We offer this module for all teachers and trainers throughout Europe who are interested in adapting their pedagogical practices to meet the needs of the students born into the digital age.

Primary target group: teachers and trainers of vocational and adult education, staff of higher education, students of VET schools, university students of teacher education

Secondary target groups: headmasters of VET schools, European e-learning providers, HE institutes for teacher education.


Online training module implemented in Moodle environment in three languages (Hungarian, English, Turkish), including core contents, detailed module information for the participants, video tutorials and integrated web 2.0 tools, self assessment tools, tasks, tests, feedbacks.

Area of application

This further training module available through the Internet (as a part of the Tenegen course) for European teachers who want to gain the competences to create classroom events. It helps to utilize the possibilities of an LMS in their daily classroom work. At the end of the module the teachers will be able to create their own Moodle course, they will pilot and evaluate the classroom event based on the online course.

Gábor Lajtos, Prompt Education

Related links:

Hungarian TNE: Broken link!
English TNE: Broken link!
Turkish TNE: Broken link!
Facebook: Tenegen (LdV):!/profile.php?id=100000874204545

Further information:

Mária Hartyányi managing director
Prompt Educational Center for Informatics, Hungary

Address: Testvérvárosok útja 28.
City: Gödöllő
ZIP: H-2010

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