“Basically, the learning in the classroom can take place beyond the bounds of the normal school day,” he said. “A teacher is able to post an item on his or her blog or wiki, and their students can respond to it or it can lead to discussion.”
Teachers also are using Moodle — Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment. It can be best described as a free and open-source e-learning platform.
“It is an online course management system,” Mr. Crider said. “It helps the teachers create discussion and collaboration among their students.”