MEC consists of 6 modules, with two design challenges (practical exercises) in each.
The 6 modules are:
Align learning objectives and learning activities with appropriate Moodle tools for assessment
Focus on innovative ways to use Moodle to reflect on progress and inform future learning
Respond to learners’ diverse needs and ensure accessibility to learning resources and activities
Manage content and teaching interventions to implement activities that reinforce learning objectives
Track performance to evaluate, assess, and provide feedback to inform future learning
Enable the exchange of knowledge and resources to foster learner collaboration and peer learning
Our process is for you to take MoodleBites for Teachers in parallel as you compete your MEC. This will ensure you have all the gaps in your knowledge addressed before you need to complete each MEC assessment. This helps ensure you are successful in your MEC assessments Your MEC facilitator will work with you in the MEC modules, and the MoodleBites course.
MoodleBites for Teachers - main topics
Moodle Educator Certificate - modules
Editor, Forums, Blogs, Profiles, Browsers
Resources, Blocks, Administration, Calendar
Assignment, Quiz, Gradebook, Scales
Survey, Glossary, Choice, Chat, Comments
Book, Lesson, Database, Gradebook (advanced)
Wiki, Workshop, RSS, Feedback, Mobile
Dashboard, Groups, Reports, File management
Images, Audio, Movies, HTML5
Total MEC fee is US$499 (MoodleBites + 6 MEC modules) at the start (Badges awarded for each module). Moodle HQ charge a fee for the final MEC Certificate (see below).
The final MEC Certificate is issued directly by Moodle HQ. This is issued once you have submitted your portfolio of work (design challenges) to Moodle HQ for final verification. The fee for this is US$150-US$215 (subject to confirmation by Moodle HQ at this time).