a List of all e-learning short courses
A refreshing look at Bloom’s and Barrett’s taxonomies and the Levels of Mathematical Demand where the emphasis is on asking quality questions and developing quality assessments.
A quick guide to safely posting online, staying safe on social media, how to recognise a Cyber bully and who to turn to for help.
AVAILABLE 01 OCTOBER 2017 This module will cover the basic biology and anatomy of fish in general.
THIS COURSE IS FREE TO SELF ENROLL Get an introduction to South Africa through stunning photos and learn some interesting facts about its variety of fauna, flora and different people who call this beautiful country home. You can SELF REGISTER & ENROLL into this course without registering on the shop. We hope you enjoy it !
This course aims to inform parents and guardians about the dangers that exist in the Cyber World, how to recognize them and what can be done to avoid them.
This course is aimed at the tweens, explaining what digital citizenship means and how they can safely benefit from the cyber environment without getting into unforeseen danger.
Teenagers need to understand the benefits and dangers of the cyber realm. This course will take them through both the positives and negatives, and by being knowledgeable of the dangers, help them to avoid getting into bad situations.
This course will enable students to evaluate and interpret the analytical data in order to Quantify the current productivity status of the soil. To identify soil chemical factors that will reduce plant production. To asses corrective measures in terms of practicalities, cost and timing. To prepare fertilization recommendations to optimize crop production.
With the assistance of an adult, children up to the age of 7 can be taught by means of this course what the internet means and how it can safely be used.
This comprehensive on-line course deals with different aspects of leaf analysis through to compilation of the final fertilisation program or basis for problem solving.
AVAILABLE JULY 2017 This course will enable students to evaluate and interpret the analytical data in order to: Determine its suitability for production of a variety of crops. To identify water factors that will reduce plant production. To identify the water factors that will have a negative impact on the soil. To assess corrective measures in terms of...
AVAILABLE JANUARY 2018 This course will enable students to evaluate and interpret the analytical data in order to Quantify the current productive status of the growth medium. To identify physical and chemical factors that will reduce plant production. To assess corrective measures in terms of practicalities, cost and timing. To prepare recommendations to...