eLearning for Educators


Online Courses We Offer

The Summer session runs from June 30 to August 11, 2010. For Summer 2010, we are offering the following courses:

  • Algebra1: Solving Systems of Equations
  • Cell Phones As Learning Tools
  • Data Driven Decision Making: Using Objective Measures to Improve Student Learning
  • Designing a Virtual Fieldtrip
  • Differentiating Instruction to Accommodate Learning Styles
  • Finding the Best Educational Resources on the Web
  • Instructional Approaches for Teachers of English Language Learners
  • Internet Safety in the Digital Era
  • Learning and Teaching with Web 2.0 Tools
  • Reading First: Supporting Early Reading Instruction with Technology
  • Science 2.0: Using Web Tools to Promote Inquiry-Based Science
  • Teaching World Languages Using Web 2.0 Tools
  • Technology Applications to Transform Student Learning
  • Technology Tools to Promote Elementary Reading and Writing
  • Transforming the Classroom with Project-Based Learning
  • Using Technology in the Elementary Math Classroom

You can also Download the Summer 2010 session flyer and see our complete list of our courses including detailed descriptions.

$60 course fee at time of enrollment.


Please click here to register for a Summer 2010 course.


  • Course enrollment is limited so we recommend that you register early. Please contact us for information about Scholarships and School Team Discounts.
  • Courses require a minimum of 10 students enrolled. Notification will be made to all students regarding any closures as soon as possible in the registration process. Those enrolled in a course that is closed due to low enrollment will have the opportunity to enroll in a course that is open.
  • In the event that you register for the course and need to cancel your enrollment, there will be a $10.00 administrative processing fee up to the last date prior to the course start date. No refunds will be issued after the start of the session.
  • To cancel your registration, contact us.


One must be a student before one can be a teacher.

— Chinese Proverb