Course Enrollment Helps

How do I enroll in an At Your Own Pace course?

All the enrolling at your own pace classes have the self-enrollment key at the top of the box in their course descriptions. Steps ... 1. Log in to the account you want to enroll. 2. On the home page, scroll ...

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How do I enroll in a live, online class?

While the AYOP (at your own pace) courses seat year round, the live classes seat at specific points in the year so all the students can start and move forward at the same pace. Live classes seat in two ways, ...

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What is a Course Like?

Hmm, this one is a little like answering the question "What is ice cream like?" while standing in front of an ice cream buffet with 40 flavors of ice cream. There are some core commonalities, but there are a lo...

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Are archived courses enrollable?

The archived courses are not enrollable. They are courses that are in storgae that have run in past years. Many of these have current copies that are running though. From the site home page, the "Step 3 arrow"...

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How do I unenroll from a course?

Just use the "Email Us" link in the right sidebar of the Support Center to request it and one of our team members will take care of it. We will need the name on the account and the course that needs to be remov...

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Can I make a course suggestion?

Absolutely! We would love to hear what courses you would find valuable. Send up an e-mail using the 'Email Us' tool in the right sidebar of the Support Center or by sending an e-mail to teacher.tammy.moore@gmai...

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Do you have elementary level courses for at your own pace (ayop)?

Up until the last year our at your own pace (ayop) lesson option was just video-recording-oriented. We felt that recordings were not the best possible format for young students. Now we have tools to build inter...

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Did you know you have 'enrollment' spelled wrong?

We use an open source learner management system called Moodle. The founder of Moodle and most of the programmers are from Australia. British and Australian spelling of enrollment is different than the U.S. cust...

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