|currently working an an #unmooc http://educationaltechnology.ca/couros/2238|
put comments on own blog - we'll aggregate them put them in.. so sessions aren't spent spinning wheels (my translation)
reference bon stewarts posts on moocs
|Mark McGuire||6:19 PM|
|It's like extending a home or café into a city - the difference in scale creates something different in kind.|
distributing the course over the web - to allow for agency
|Peggy George||6:20 PM|
in case you missed the link--the Mightybell site for resources about
MOOC and a place to continue conversation later: https://mightybell.com/spaces/9533999d6158d467
openness allows for mentors from all over
xmoocs - content - have to grow beyond content..
|Alec Couros||6:40 PM|
|Put learner in the middle of that diagram - and around her, various MOOC experiences, informal f2f opportunities, job experience, formal education, etc. ... bring that all into once space, have it assessed, and then take that to your future employer. Let the monopoly of accreditation die a quick death.|
|Alec Couros||6:29 PM|
if i failed to make any point strongly, I believe that learners
really must have their own spaces for learning, reflection, etc. ...
essential not just for MOOCs but for identity/citizenship.
steve asks - what does open mean - dave says - getting in semantic debates aren't beneficial.. (my translation) - debate creates sides.. doesn't bring people in
break the curriculum up - and people mobilize it - via dave
revenue is in the credentialing - fee is in the assessment as opposed to for the learning
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