This is an introductory course on Blended Learning for learners enrolled in University of Rwanda courses.

Course Outcomes

On completion learners will be able to,

  • Navigate to the UR Moodle server and locate the courses they are enrolled for;
  • Access the course materials and activities;
  • Use the Moodle communication tools to interact with peers and facilitators;
  • Submit work using the Moodle assignment tool;
  • Complete quizzes, examinations and tests using the Moodle assesment tools.
  • Track their progress through online courses;
  • Check their grades using the online platform.

Welcome to the eTutoring course!

In this course, you will learn about facilitating learning and supporting learners in online learning environment.

 

Course overview

 

The course covers eight key sections: 1) online learning communities, 2) synchronous and asynchronous interaction, 3) eTutor’s role, task and skills, 4) self-directed learning, 5) possible problems and conflicts, 6) different types of learners, 7) communication tools and 8) assessment.

 

Objectives

Objective: understand the need for online learning communities / environments

Objective 1: Create and tutor virtual/online and collaborative learning community

Objective 2: Identify e-tutor’s role, tasks and skills

Objective 3: Initiate and support self-directed online learning

Object 4: Use diverse communication technologies to support learners

 

The workload

You will need to spend 20 hours to complete this course: 10 hours for navigating through the course content and different quizzes and 10 hours of practice with peers in the forum discussion.

 

In this unit, we will introduce key terms related to gender and inclusive education, discuss the status of gender equality in Rwanda and discuss your role as a school leader in promoting gender and inclusive education.


In this unit, we will introduce key terms related to gender and inclusive education, discuss the status of gender equality in Rwanda and discuss your role as a school leader in promoting gender and inclusive education.



Course Outcomes

The school principal will be able to plan and manage the school's ICT policy and allocate appropriate roles for his staff.

Specific Objectives

On completion of this unit you will be able to:

  1. Identify common challenges of ICT adoption at schools;
  2. Develop a comprehensive ICT plan for the school;
  3. Set feasible measures to ensure sustainability of the school's ICT.

Course modality

The course has 8 hours of face-to-face engagement and 2 hours of online self study after the workshop using this learning management system to access resources and activities.