Mountain Institute – Moodle
Mountain Institute offers programs in Career and Technical Education (CTE) to students while they concurrently attend their home high school for graduation. Over 3,000 students enroll each year, including students from Ash Fork, Bagdad, Chino Valley, Humboldt, Mayer, Prescott, and Seligman school districts. Mountain Institute also welcomes students who attend local Charter Schools, Home School, or Private Schools. MI students attended JTED programs at their home schools or at one of our Central Campuses including Yavapai College CTEC.
Mountain Institute uses Moodle, as an online classroom learning management system to bring extra resources, information, and experience that students will need to have as they continue their education and career paths. Teachers may post quizzes, tests, readings as well as other assignments in Moodle for students to participate in. Be sure to check with your teachers as they may require you to participate in the online portions of their programs located here in Moodle.
To login/out of Moodle please use the login link at the top right of the page. If you don't know your login information please check with your instructor.
If you are having trouble with Moodle please contact the JTED office at 771-0791.
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This course will introduce you to the many functions and features of Moodle.
Staff Resources includes links documents and other useful information for teachers and employees of the Mountain Institute JTED Project.
- Teacher: Miraj Wallace
Mayer - Introduction BMAS course
- Teacher: Patrick Burgess
Welcome to Culinary Arts at the Mountain Institute JTED in Prescott Valley. This is the first of two courses the MIJTED offers to prepare you for employment in the food industry or to continue your education in a culinary program. The MIJTED School Board has set high expectations from our students. It is their goal that you achieve in all of your classes. We are hoping that you will complete both culinary classes offered. Our vision is to be the leader in premier career and technology education and the new mission statement is: “Engaging students through industry-current instruction and leadership development to ‘Get Trained, Get Certified, Get Hired.’” To accomplish this we will be using Moodle online portal as part of our course-work in addition to traditional educational methods and applied labs. Completion of all three methods are important for success.
- Teacher: Stephanie Mahoney
This is the first year of the two year program at the Chino Valley High School campus. We are focusing on the Arizona State Standards which include the employability soft skills as well as the culinary technical skill standards.
- Teacher: Dolisa Pehl
This course will introduce students to the profession of athletic training.
- Teacher: Melissa Gustavson
The Course: Goals for Education Professions include providing students with the foundational knowledge necessary to one entering the educational field. Students will explore elementary through high school educational standards, various professions in the world of education, child and adolescent development, and current issues in education. Students will additionally work to perfect written and oral communication skills as they prepare and present lessons within HUSD classrooms.
- Teacher: Jennifer Woods
The Course: Goals for Education Professions II include providing students with the foundational knowledge necessary to one entering the educational field. Students will explore elementary through high school educational standards, various professions in the world of education, child and adolescent development, and current issues in education. Students will additionally work to perfect written and oral communication skills as they prepare and present lessons within their mentor classrooms.
- Teacher: Jennifer Woods