Why MOOCs Are Great for Teacher Development http://t.co/0qLacjSDmp via @edudemic #mscde #mscedc
Finished the ethnography-well sort of … http://t.co/bSbSvQ5gbj
Ed, first of all, I just wanted to say how impressed I am with your ethnography. It looks beautiful, it makes me want to explore it and understand it. The visual representations help me with identifying the patterns that you have identified.
The coaching circles are intriguing – I get the impression that they have been very successful – can you see any downside to them? Has anyone expressed any dissatisfaction? Does the self-organisation work, or do learners naturally gravitate towards others with similar views and experiences?
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George Siemens’ interview on MOOCs and Open Education: http://t.co/tvynyRkWDF via @YouTube #mscedc
One of the stand out points (for me) that Siemens makes in this video is the idea that we could all benefit from moocs based outside of the USA and Europe. That we should be exposed to other cultures.
https://t.co/jcyxG6n4l1 Running a MOOC – a satirical commentary by Jon Baggaley #mscedc
This was a different viewpoint of moocs. Not sure that I agree with Baggaley.
Moocs are still developing and changing and evolving and taking different pathways. There is a lot of diversity in how moocs are delivered.
RT @mychioiles: Saw this on wired #mscedc Whatll happen when the internet of things becomes artificially intelligent? http://t.co/Cu7uceksBr
Translating MOOCs for ESL learners http://t.co/yJwOFNdbOP #mscedc