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==Teacher overview==
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'''Teacher''' is one of the core user [[Assign roles|roles]] in Moodle. The others include [[Administrator]], [[Student]] and [[Guest access|Guest]]. These roles have privileges and control what you can and can't do within particular areas of a Moodle.  In short, an ''Administrator'' can do almost anything and go anywhere, a ''Teacher'' has control over a specifc course within a Moodle and the experience of their learners, and a ''Student'' participates in a course.
  
''''''Problems on series and parallel circuits''''''
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The term 'Teacher' can be changed to something else in the course settings or in the site settings.  For example 'Tutor', 'Facilitator', 'Professor' or 'Instructor' might be more appropriate.  The default term is Teacher and is generally used throughout Moodle documentation.
  
1. The p.d’s measured across three resistors connected in series are 5 V, 7 V, and 10 V, and the supply current is 2 A. Determine
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A participant/user is assigned the 'Teacher' role in a specific [[Course| course]]. Being a 'Teacher' in one course does not give you any special privileges in another. For example, you must be specifically added to a course as a 'Teacher', or a 'Student', or be allowed in as a guest to have any access at all.
(a) The supply voltage
 
(b) The total circuit resistance and
 
(c) The values of the resistors.
 
 
 
2. For the circuit shown in the figure below, determine the value of V1. If the total circuit resistance is 36 Ω determine the supply current and the value of resistors R1, R2 and R3
 
 
 
 
 
3. Two resistors are connected in series across an 18 V supply and a current of 5 A flows. If one of the resistors has a value of 2.4 Ω determine (a) the value of the other resistor and (b) the P.d across the 2.4Ω resistor.
 
 
 
 
 
4. For the circuit shown below, find (a) the value of the supply voltage V and the value of current I.
 
 
 
 
 
5. Resistances of 10 Ω, 20 Ω and 30 Ω are connected (a) in series and (b) in parallel to a 240 V supply. Calculate the supply current in each case.
 
  
 
==Course creator==
 
==Course creator==

Revision as of 21:54, 11 November 2007

Teacher overview

Teacher is one of the core user roles in Moodle. The others include Administrator, Student and Guest. These roles have privileges and control what you can and can't do within particular areas of a Moodle. In short, an Administrator can do almost anything and go anywhere, a Teacher has control over a specifc course within a Moodle and the experience of their learners, and a Student participates in a course.

The term 'Teacher' can be changed to something else in the course settings or in the site settings. For example 'Tutor', 'Facilitator', 'Professor' or 'Instructor' might be more appropriate. The default term is Teacher and is generally used throughout Moodle documentation.

A participant/user is assigned the 'Teacher' role in a specific course. Being a 'Teacher' in one course does not give you any special privileges in another. For example, you must be specifically added to a course as a 'Teacher', or a 'Student', or be allowed in as a guest to have any access at all.

Course creator

In later versions of Moodle, the role of teacher has been further defined. There is now a role called "Course creator". This role can create a course, assign Teachers, plus have all the privileges of a Teacher.

Non-editing teacher

There is "non editing teacher" role that would be suitable for a student mentor or course adjuncts.

See also

Clicking on the "Teacher" link below will take you to the same place.