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Published on March 10, 2014

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MOOC Massive Open Online Course 23 FERBRAURY 2014

CONTENTS The abbreviation MOOC- stand for ? What is MOOC? MOOC as an online course (image) Types of MOOCs. Principles of connectivism. What is the purpose of creating MOOC? Advantages for MOOC and Disadvantages for MOOC. Briefly history about MOOC. MOOC”s model and MOOC tools Future of education on MOOC. My views on how I would use MOOC in the future.

MOOC The abbreviation MOOC- stand for Massive Open Online Course (Bryan Alexander and Dave Cormier).

WHAT IS A MOOC? According to (Booker, Ellis. 2013) the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) is an online course aimed at unlimited participation and open access via the web. MOOC is a model for delivering learning content online to any person who wants to take a course, with no limit on attendance for the purpose of self-regulation learning. Cost less online course like all universities courses that are creditable.

MOOC AS AN ONLINE COURSE This above image shows how the technology surrounding the world as the MOOC is an online course for the world.

TYPES OF MOOCs  Although MOOCs often open access features, such as: 1. Connectivism and open licensing of content, structure, and learning goals. 2. Connectivist mooc. 3. xMOOCs like mass/social media and group work. 4. community/task based MOOC. 5. cMOOCs like co-operation with peer and openness.

PRINCIPLES OF CONNECTIVISM Learning and knowledge rests in diversity of opinions. Learning is the process of connecting specialized nodes and requiring information also the knowledge. Learning may reside in non human appliances. Capacity to know more is more critical than what is currently known. Maintaining connections is needed to facilitate continual learning. Ability to see connections between fields, ideas, and concepts is a core skill. Currency (accurate, up-to-date knowledge) is the intent of all connectivism learning activities.

What is the purpose of creating MOOCs? Is to increase access to higher education, reduce costs, and reinvigorate teaching and learning for the next youth. The cheapest cost for education and unlimited attendance. MOOCs provide interactive userfora that help build a community for students, professors, and teaching assistants. Students with no access to formal learning could watch or listen to classes for free, wherever they were.

Advantages MOOCs offer the entire learning community equal rights to education. Pedagogically, MOOCs are designed to be extremely interactive. It uses all the interactive media available on the internet to engage students. The various tools used are blogs, videos, podcasts and forums that are embedded into the programs seamlessly. It increase self-regulation through students by working on their own. It attract young people as this nowadays they are very interested to internet staff.

Disadvantages In MOOCs, the teachers and professors deal with a huge audience, as a result, they are unable to give active feedbacks for assignments and tests to the students. There is no way teachers can interact directly with students and engage them. It have a lot of confusion that lead to high drop-out rate of the course as there is no facilitator.

Briefly history about MOOC The word MOOC was mentioned Bryan Alexander and Dave Cormier and this label was end up posted to a course (CCK08) which was managed by George Siemens and Stephen Downes. The CCK08 was a fully open course that could be followed online and for free (there was also a paid, certified option). In 2004, George Siemens and Stephen Downes develop the theory of Connectivism, “the thesis that knowledge is distributed across a network of connections.

MOOC’S MODEL Four essential elements for successful MOOC: Autonomy- Students decide their limit of participation. Diversity- Students are from different background, countries and they having different experiences. Openness- MOOCs should be free or cheaper for the purpose of allowing every person to participate. Interactivity- Student should chat, social networking, collaboration, meeting and video.

Designing a MOOC: using social media tools

Future of Education MOOC 1. Net pedagogies 2. Entrepreneurship and commercial activity 3. Big data and analytics 4. Distributed Research 5. Power Shifts

MOOC AS A COURSE MOOC IS AVERY GOOD COURSE FOR EVYONE.

My views for the used of MOOCs in future Personally my field of interest is Life Sciences and Languages that I will like to pursue in my future MOOC experience. The topics through Life Sciences is, environment studies, photosynthesis, human evolution, etc for the knowledge explore. And also in Languages I will like to see language improving for all people, I will also like to get the course for my mother tongue (IsiZulu) on MOOC. Seeding our country became an multilingualism by the use o MOOC.

The course I will like to enroll through MOOC I will like to enroll my Honours for Education of Zulu language through MOOC.

Thank you! END

References list Booker, Ellis (January 30, 2013). "Early MOOC Takes A Different Path". Information Week. Retrieved 25 July 2013. Downes, Stephen "'Connectivism' and Connective Knowledge", Huffpost Education, 5 January 2011, accessed 27 July 2011 Matt, Susan; Fernandez, Luke (23 April 2013). "Before MOOCs, 'Colleges of the Air'". Chronicle of Higher Education Parr, Chris (17 October 2013). "Mooc creators criticise courses’ lack of creativity". Times Higher Education. Retrieved 22 October 2013. Zafrin Nurmohamed, Nabeel Gillani, and Michael Lenox (2013- 07-04). "A New Use for MOOCs: Real-World Problem Solving". Harvard Business Review blog. Retrieved 2013-07-08.

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