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Getting_Online_as_a_teacherpreneur

Page history last edited by Dr. Nellie (Muller) Deutsch 1 year, 6 months ago

 

 

Getting Online as a Teacherpreneur 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

 

 

 

If you want to be an independent online teacher and set up your own website or platform, this session is where you need to be.

This session is about  technical knowledge for novice to intermediate level users. Starting with understanding the working of internet, programming requirements for getting online,  to challenges related to cyber security while being online. We shall also get an insight into the aspects of cyber bullying among students. 

 

Who is it for:

Teachers of any subject (technical or non-technical background) wanting to setup their own web portal for teaching online.


 

Session objectives: 

By the end of this session you will be able to:

  1.     How does the internet work
  2.     Set up your own website using WordPress.com.
  3.     Understand the difference between having a blog/website on WordPress.com versus your own self hosted website.
  4.     Programming requirements for client side web development.
  5.     Create Your own first web page using HTML and CSS.
  6.     How to keep yourself and your website safe while being online.
  7.     Understand cyber bullying and measures to address cyber bullying among young adults.

 

 

 

 

Week 1: 13-19 Jan. 2019

 

Introduction to working of the Internet. During this week we will look into the use of IP Address and setting up of client server linking for website to get live online. The various protocols used for transfer of data.

Task of the week: Setting up your own domain on WordPress.com.


Week 2: 20-26 Jan. 2019

Introduction to databases and wordpress. During this week we will try and understand why is it important to have access to user data. How to access data of users registered on the website.

Task of the week: Setting up WordPress Dashboard, Themes and Plug-in.


Week 3: 27 Jan.-2 Feb. 2019

Introduction to coding for web. During this week we will look into the coding languages used for web development. HTML and CSS 

Task of the week:Creating your own web page through HTML and CSS 


Week 4: 3-9 Feb. 2019

Introduction to website security. During this week we will look into the security aspects of the website. How to make sure the website and the users are secure over the internet. What data to store and what not to store according to GDPR and what are cookies.

Task of the week: Securing your website, Understanding GDPR, cookies, CDN


Week 5: 10-16 Feb. 2019

Introduction to cyber security. During this week we will look into the cyber security aspect for us as the end user of internet. How to keep ourselves secure. How to deal with cyber bullying among young adults.

Task of the week: Cyber Security and Cyber Bullying. Checking out best practices 


 

 

Learning Spaces

 

  • Interactive space- Moodle Discussion Forums
  • Content space- Moodle 
  • Live meeting space- WizIQ
  • Resources- SlideShare, You Tube, Screencast-o-matic 
  • Code Editor- Online/Offline editors available as open source

 

 

 


Suggested sponsor(s):  TESOL CALL-IS

 

 

Join this session

 

Registration starts on Jan 6, 2019. 

 

To join this group:

 

From January 6 :

 

  1. Go to: https://moodle4teachers.org/course/view.php?id=240
  2. Log in the first and each time using one of the following: Facebook, Gmail, or LinkedIn 
  3. Enrol in https://moodle4teachers.org/course/view.php?id=240

 

 


Moderators: 

 

Name 

Email address

Location (country of residence)

Biodata (not more than 50 words)  

Photo

 Harshita Kapoor

sw.kapoor@gmail.com

India

  Harshita is the founder of Codewizacademy, an e-learning portal designed for teaching Core programming and IT related skills. She has worked as an educationist  in the K-12 sector. She holds a Masters degree in Computer Application and a few certifications in programming such as OCPJP by Oracle. She is certified as Cyber Crime Investigator by ASCL, India.

 

Nellie Deutsch nellie.muller.deutsch@gmail.com Canada EFL teacher and Moodle consultant/teacher trainer, mindfulness coach, and doctoral mentor (dissertation)

 

 

Primary Contact: 

 Harshita Kapoor


 

Statement of commitment:  

I understand that session moderators are required to participate in the 5-week moderators' training session from October 21 until November 18, 2018. The EVO session will be offered between January 13 and February 17, 2019.  I understand that EVO sessions are free of advertising and no commercial sponsorship is allowed. Finally, I understand that EVO sessions are free and open to all, and that no academic credit may be given for participation.

 

I agree - Harshita Kapoor

 

By the end of this session you will be able to:

1.       Set up your own website using WordPress.com.

2.       Understand the difference between having a blog website on WordPress.com and versus your own self hosted website.

3.       How does the internet work

4.       Programming requirements for client side web development.

5.       Create Your own first web page using HTML, CSS and JavaScript

6.       How to keep yourself and your website safe while being online?

7.       Understand cyber bullying and measures to address cyber bullying among school students.

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