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Welcome to Blue Earth Area's Moodle Site! 

This site allows teachers and students to:
  • Have access to more class resources
  • Experience alternate options for learning
  • Allow 24 hours access to work

This is a private, password protected site....to access this site you must be an enrolled student at Blue Earth Area Schools.

This site is provided so we can better serve our students, parents, staff and community.


    Available courses

    A shell course holding a Moodle template course
    This is a sample Moodle course for teaching instructional staff how to use Moodle tool and processes. It has some basic sample data in it and uses the TOPICS course format. This course will .....
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    Students in CollegeNow Comp work as a community of writers learning to compose and revise for a variety of audiences, purposes, and contexts. ENG 151 will enable students to determine a writing purpose, generate ideas to support a topic, determine and audience, develop a focus, and organize a written text. 

    Welcome to Digital Media!
    This is a sample course
    This is a sample Moodle course for teaching instructional staff how to use Moodle tool and processes. It has some basic sample data in it and uses the TOPICS course format. This course will .....
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    This is a one quarter elective class.

    MPCC MN Studies

    This will house all of our work for our BP Wednesday.  It will be hard to meet every person's needs with one type of professional development.  Please be patient and we will try to make sure everyone gets enough support to grow professionally.  If you have questions or concerns you may contact the following (in this order):

    1. your building principal

    2. P-D Subcommittee

    3. Mr. Schneider

    This course is designed to be a collaborative study of the book by Carol Dweck called - " Mindset - The New Psychology of Success."  The goal is to understand what each mindset does to use personally and professionally and eventually the impact we have on students and how this mindset manifests itself in our students.  Ultimately, we are seeking to find out, can our understanding of mindset have an impact on learning?  And, if it can have a positive or negative impact, what can we do about it?