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The Arts

*AR-01 Arts Integration in the Elementary Classroom

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Best Practices
*BP-01 Creating and Using Meaningful Rubrics that Assess Student Work

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*BP-02 Improving Teacher Success through Effective Mentoring Syllabus Rubric
*BP-03 Data Driven Teaching Syllabus Rubric
*BP-04 Using Differentiated Instruction Effectively in the K-8 Classroom Syllabus Rubric
*BP-05 Understanding the Follow the Child Philosophy Syllabus Rubric
*BP-06 School Policies for 21st Century Learning Syllabus Rubric
*BP-07   Using an Online Professional Learning Community to Support Teacher Leadership Development Syllabus Rubric
*BP-08   Using Reflective Writing to Develop Metacognition in the Classroom Syllabus Rubric

*BP-09 Using Web 2.0 Tools for 21st Century Teaching and Learning

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*BP-10 Incorporating Project Based Learning into Your Classroom Syllabus Rubric
*BP-11 Writing Effective Proposals for Successful Grant Funding Syllabus Rubric
*BP-12  Creating a Successful Response to Intervention Plan
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*BP-13 Homeless Children and Youth: Ensuring School Access and Academic Success for Our Most At Risk Students Syllabus Rubric
*BP-14 Universal Design: Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century Syllabus Rubric
*BP-15 Inquiry-Based Teaching Using a SmartBoard and Web Resources Syllabus Rubric
*BP-16 Understanding Gender Equity Issues in STEM Education Syllabus Rubric
     
Curriculum Enhancement
CE-01 Designing a Virtual Field Trip for the Elementary Classroom Syllabus Rubric
*CE-02 Engaging K-12 Students with Digital Portfolios Syllabus Rubric
*CE-03 Aligning Curriculum with Grade Level Expectations Syllabus Rubric
*CE-04 Meeting the New Standards for School Approval Syllabus Rubric
*CE-05 Developing Competencies for High School Courses Syllabus Rubric
*CE-06   Recognizing and Developing Extended Learning Opportunities Syllabus Rubric
*CE-07 The NH Bullying Law: Policies and Procedures that Promote Positive School Climates
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*CE-08 Using a Mimeo Interactive White Board and Pad to Deliver Engaging Instruction Syllabus Rubric
*CE-09 Afterschool Basics Syllabus Rubric
     
Early Childhood
EC-01 Creating a Language Rich Environment Syllabus Rubric
EC-02 Early Childhood Book Reading Practices Syllabus Rubric
     
English Language Arts

LA-01 Best Practices for Vocabulary Instruction in the Elementary Classroom

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LA-03 Differentiated Instruction to Accommodate Learning Styles in Language Arts Syllabus Rubric
LA-04 Making the Most of Adolescent Literature Syllabus Rubric
LA-07 Improving Reading and Writing in the Content Areas Syllabus Rubric
LA-08 Strategies and Tools or Teaching the Writing Process Syllabus Rubric
     
Health Education
*HE-01 Teaching and Learning About HIV in the 21st Century Classroom Syllabus Rubric
*HE-03 Addressing Student Concussions and Traumatic Brain Injury at School Syllabus Rubric
     
Intel Teach Elements
IE-01 Project Based Approaches Syllabus Rubric
IE-02 Collaboration in the Digital Classroom Syllabus Rubric
IE-03 Thinking Critically with Data Syllabus Rubric
IE-04 Assessment in 21st Century Classrooms Syllabus Rubric
IE-05 Inquiry in the Science Classroom Syllabus Rubric
IE-06 Designing Blended Learning Syllabus Rubric
IE-07 Educational Leadership in the 21st Century Syllabus Rubric
     
Literacy
LT-01 Reading First: Supporting Early Reading Instruction with Technology Syllabus Rubric
LT-02 Supporting Literacy Development in Lower Elementary Classrooms Syllabus Rubric
LT-03 Supporting Literacy Development in Upper Elementary Classrooms Syllabus Rubric
LT-04 Helping Struggling Readers Improve Comprehension Syllabus Rubric
*LT-05 Accommodating ESL/ESOL Students in the Classroom Syllabus Rubric
*LT-06 ESOL Literacy Development 1 - Reading Syllabus Rubric
*LT-07 ESOL Literacy Development 2 - Writing Syllabus Rubric
*LT-08 ESOL Literacy Development 3 - Oral Language Acquisition Syllabus Rubric
*LT-09 Literacy Coaching for the 21st Century Syllabus Rubric
     
Mathematics
MA-01 Getting Ready for Algebra by Using Virtual Manipulatives Syllabus Rubric
MA-02 Differentiating Instruction to Accommodate Learning Styles in Mathematics Syllabus Rubric
MA-03 Using Patterns to Develop Algebraic Thinking Syllabus Rubric
MA-04 Using Real Data in Math Classrooms Syllabus Rubric
MA-05 Using Technology inthe Elementary Math Classroom Syllabus Rubric

MA-06  Using Models to Understand Fractions

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MA-07 Algebraic Models for Teaching in the Elementary School Syllabus Rubric
MA-08 Proportional Reasoning Syllabus Rubric
MA-09 A Conceptual Introduction to Functions: Using Visual Models Syllabus Rubric
     
Science
SC-01   Science 2.0: Using Web Tools to Promote Inquiry Based Science Syllabus Rubric
SC-02 Designing a Virtual Field Trip in Science Syllabus Rubric
SC-03 Transforming the Classroom with Project Based Learning in Science Syllabus Rubric
SC-04 Differentiating Instruction to Accommodate Learning Styles in Science Syllabus Rubric
*SC-05 Matter and Energy: Basic Concepts of Science Literacy 1 Syllabus Rubric
*SC-06 Atoms and Galaxies: Basic Concepts of Science Literacy 2 Syllabus Rubric
*SC-07 Cycles and System: Basic Concepts of Science Literacy 3 Syllabus Rubric
*SC-08 Understanding the Science of Life 1: Characteristics, Classification, and Cycles Syllabus Rubric
*SC-09 Understanding the Science of Life: Communities, Ecosystems, and Natural Selection Syllabus Rubric
*SC-10 Understanding Force and Motion Syllabus Rubric
     
Social Studies
SS-01 Transforming the Classroom with Project Based Learning in Social Studies Syllabus Rubric
SS-02 Integrating Primary Sources into the Social Studies Classroom Syllabus Rubric
SS-03 Designing a Virtual Field Trip in Social Studies Syllabus Rubric
SS-04 Differentiating Instruction to Accommodate Learning Styles in Social Studies Syllabus Rubric
*SS-05   Teaching American History Using Primary Sources and Internet Resources Syllabus Rubric
     
Special Education
*SE-01 Teaching and Assessing Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities Syllabus Rubric
*SE-02 Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Special Education but Were Afraid to Ask Syllabus Rubric

SE-03  Special Students in Regular Classrooms: Technology, Teaching, and Universal Design

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*SE-04 Parent Involvement Strategies that Enhance Student Achievement Syllabus Rubric
     
Teacher Enhancement
*TE-01 Facilitating an OPEN NH Professional Development Course Syllabus Rubric
*TE-02 Developing Effective Courses for Online and Blended Learning Syllabus Rubric
     
Videography
No courses being offered or developed at this time.    
     
World Languages
No courses being offered or developed at this time.    
     
* denotes a NH developed course
Self Paced Tutorials
*ST-01 Bullying Awareness and Prevention Syllabus  
*ST-02 Substitute Teaching: Tools and Tips for Success Syllabus  
*ST-03 The NH Three Tiered Bullying Prevention and Intervention Model Syllabus  
*ST-04 Ten Technology Tips for Teachers Syllabus  
     
     

* The OPEN NH Tutorials have all been developed through the NH e-Learning for Educators program.

 

 

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Online Course Model

Online Course Orientation
All OPEN NH courses begin with an optional face-to-face orientation, allowing participants to become familiar with course login procedures and overall course requirements. Orientation to the course continues online during the first week, so that participants become familiar with course expectations and get acquainted with their instructor and fellow classmates.

Online Content and Practice
Following the orientation, courses continue for six weeks, emphasizing theory-to-practice applications. Course work includes online discussions, reflections, readings, and projects. Course participants receive a certificate of participation that may be applied to their individual professional development plans.

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Find out if you're ready for online learning. Sample our online course model by exploring our free mini-course, Being Successful with Online Learning

 

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Registration
Register for courses by visiting the Registration link in the Navigation bar.
Early Bird registration special apply up to two weeks before course session begins.
If you plan to register in the last week before courses start, contact the e-Learning for Educators Project , or visit the e-Learning Blog, to find out the course status. Not all courses may run.

Download Registration Forms
General OPEN NH Registration (pdf format) for mail in registration. Online registration is available.
Mail-In Form District Cohort (spreadsheet format)

When is the Course Offered?
Courses are not offered during all sessions. View complete session schedule for details of course offerings in each session.

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Self Paced Tutorials

On Your Own e-Learning
While our regular course registration fee is $130, we also offer self-paced tutorials at even lower cost. These tutorials have an assessment component and will earn you professional development CEUs after successful completion. District cohort deals are also available. Details on the Self Paced Tutorials page.

Bullying Awareness and Prevention
Earn 3 hours of professional development.
$10.00 registration fee.

NH 3 Tiered Bullying Prevention and Intervention Model
Earn 5 hours of professional development.
$25.00 registration fee.

Substitute Teaching: Tools and Tips for Success
Earn 5 hours of professional development
$25 registration fee.

Visit the Tutorial Information Page

NH Department of Education Tutorials
The New Hampshire Department of Education is committed to providing guidance and service to schools and districts. OPEN NH offers free online tutorials that support NHDOE initiatives and programs.

Institutes in a Box
As part of the NH Digital Resources Consortium, OPEN NH is hosting the online workshops and Institutes.

Coming Soon.

Conservation Education
As part of the NH Environmental Literacy Plan implementation, OPEN NH is hosting freely accessible tutorials on Conservation Education.

Free Tutorials
There are also free tutorials available, which do not earn CEUs. These will help introduce you to the online learning environment and introduce you to our course model and content. Click on the Moodle Course Login link in the Upper Right hand corner and select "Self Paced Tutorials".

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Last updated June 25, 2014