Two online courses have been designed for educators, administrators, parents, and others involved in the provision and use of AIM in schools and at home. These facilitated courses have been developed in Moodle and are freely available to SEAs, LEAs, or other agencies to use for training purposes.
All sessions and activities of both AIM courses may be explored at—
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Both of the two AIM courses are available as a Moodle Back-Up (archive) zip file by clicking on the course title links below. A Moodle Back-Up allows a course to be recreated with full content on a Moodle server installation at your site using Moodle Course Restore. For detailed information on this process, please see http://docs.moodle.org/en/Restore.
Please contact aim [at] cast [dot] org for more information.
AIM 101 is an online course designed for educators, administrators, related service personnel, and parents with a view to providing AIM to students in a timely manner. Each of ten course sessions includes a reading selection, an activity, questions for reflection, and associated resources and pre- and post-tests are provided for evaluation.
AIM 102 is an online course designed for educators, administrators, and related service personnel with a view to understanding various types of instructional materials used in classrooms and tools, strategies, and training necessary to prepare and allow students with print disabilities to effectively use these materials. Each of ten course sessions includes a reading selection, an activity, questions for reflection, and associated resources.