1. As we know, moodle has an HTML component. By clicking on the LHS menu item then looking for on the RHS on the secondary menu ribbon you can see the <> button. You are then in HTML mode.
2. I always had a three column structure to writing programmes. content, activity, assessment. old school i admit, but to keep with the format of the site, you are welcome to copy and paste the table code provided.
3. As I have got more into moodle, i discovered you can import part of or complete courses. one very hand tip is to import parts of courses into your course then import miscellaneous ==> blank20 (my site only) to fill in the blanks for editing.
nb : a simple <p> deems the module unavailable to copy over.
4. Copy and paste table code into a text editor for ease of use
5. When you feel you have something to share, use the Admin tab to change settings to public access
Have fun and dont forget to delete this