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General OPEN NH Registration (pdf format) for mail in registration. Online registration is available.

Mail-In Form District Cohort (spreqadsheet format)

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Fall 2017 Session

October 4 - November 21


Registration At a Glance*
Session
Early Bird Registration ends**
Session begins with Orientation
Last Date to Drop
Course Ends
Fall 2017
September 20 , 2017
October 4 , 2017
October 10, 2017
November 21, 2017
 

* View complete session schedule for details.
** After this date, regular registration cost is applied.
If you plan to register in the last week before courses start, contact the e-Learning for Educators Project , or visit the ET News OPEN NH Session page, to find out the course status. Not all courses may run.

Course Orientation Week

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.

Six Weeks of Online Activities

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.

Ready for Online Learning?

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

Fall 2017 Courses
October 4 November 21

AR-01 Arts Integration in the Elementary Classroom
AS-01 Full STEAM Ahead! Introducing Design Thinking as a Reflective Teaching Strategy through Integration of a Project-based Invention Curriculum
BP-01 Creating and Using Meaningful Rubrics that Assess Student Work
BP-14 Universal Design: Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century
BP-17 Moving to Competency Based Teaching and Learning
SC-06 Next Generation Science: Concepts in Earth Space Science
SS-05 Teaching American History Using Primary Sources and Internet Resources

Drop / Add Cancellation Policies

You can cancel your registration or drop a course up to 6 days after the course session begins, which would be day 6 of the Orientation Unit. A $10 processing fee will be charged for refunding cancellations and drops. If your course is cancelled due to low enrollments, you will not be charged the processing fee. Instead, you will be offered an opportunity to apply your registration to a different course in the same session or your payment will be refunded in full.

We cannot accept cancellations or drops after that date and no refunds will be issued after the drop date. You must contact the OPEN NH Project Coordinator within the drop period in order to officially cancel or drop a course and qualify for refund.

You can add a course until the beginning of the second unit, one week after the course start date. We can register you with the understanding that you will make up the orientation work as determined by the course instructor. We cannot add you into a course after the second week of the session. You must contact the OPEN NH Project Coordinator to add a course after the session start date.

 

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Individual Registration

Online Course Costs
Individual Registration at $130 per course. Register within two weeks of the course starting date.
Early Bird Special at $120 per course. Register earlier than two weeks before the course start date and save $10.

Online Registration
An online registration process is available for your convenience.

If you register online using check or PO, you will still have to mail in your check or PO to the Department of Education at the address below.

Mail In Individual Registration
It is easy to register by mail.

  1. Download the OPEN NH Registration form.(pdf format)
  2. Complete the information on the registration form.
  3. Make Checks or POs Payable to:
    Treasurer, State of New Hampshire
    Please write Dept of Education, e-Learning/OPEN NH on the memo line.
  4. Mail payment and registration form to:
    NH e-Learning for Educators New Hampshire Department of Education
    101 Pleasant Street
    Concord, NH 03301

Teaching Enhancement Training
The NH e-Learning for Educators program also offers opportunities for additional training that enhances your teaching skills and professional practices. These courses are offered at times other than regularly scheduled OPEN NH sessions.

Individual registration cost for these courses are $325. Districts can register a cohort of 15 teachers for $4500 ($300/teacher).

 

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District Cohort Registration

Group e-Learning
District cohort online learning groups are encouraged, so OPEN NH offers different district cohort savings deals. Schools, districts, or SAUs can register cohorts of teachers, which will result in a cost savings to the district while ensuring that individual teachers are enrolled as part of a supportive local cohort.

District 2+2 at $110 per course. Register 4 teachers in up to 2 courses for $440, save $80.

District Cohort at $105 per course. Register 25 teachers in up to 25 courses for $2625, save $625.

Mail In Cohort Registration
Note! District cohort registration cannot be done through the online registration system. Registration for District Deals is not available online. Contact the OPEN NH Project Coordinator for more information.

  1. Download the District Cohort Registration form.(spreadsheet format)
  2. Complete the information on the registration form.
  3. Email the form to the OPEN NH Project Coordinator.
    include the PO number, if available.
  4. Make checks or POs payable to:
    Treasurer, State of New Hampshire
    Please write Dept of Education, e-Learning/OPEN NH on the memo line.
  5. Mail your payment check or PO to:
    NH e-Learning for Educators New Hampshire Department of Education
    101 Pleasant Street
    Concord, NH 03301

Visit the District Deals page for more details.

Contact OPEN NH Project Coordinator for group registration questions or more information.

 

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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.

For complete information, visit the Self Paced Tutorials Information Page. Descriptions, registration links, fees, and syllabi can be found there.

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 August 24, 2017

NHEON OPEN NH is a program of NH e-Learning for Educators, a project of the New Hampshire Department of Education.