Published on March 12, 2014
Activity 3: MOOCs Done by: Kristie Domenique Beukes 201202418 PFS3A
Visual representation of a MOOC Creating: Create a MOOC using any site like “voice thread”. Evaluating: The MOOC goes through an evaluation process on how good it is and the quality of the course. Analyzing: this is when the standard of the MOOC is looked at and what can be improved in terms of content. Applying: this is when all the required applications are applied to the MOOC. Understanding: This is when each task is clear and is easy to understand, the MOOC is easy to use. Remembering: This is when the content on the MOOC is remembered in case anything is questioned and it is an outcome to see if the learner learned anything from the course. MOOCs and Pedagogy
Visual representation of a MOOC Continued • The Essentials: Free online courses Free Certificate Courses Free Movies Free audio books Free textbooks An example of a MOOC page Audio Books Online Courses Certificate Courses/M OOCs Movies •Free Courses: Art History Psychology All 345 free courses All 789 MOOCs and Certificate Courses Discover all the MOOCs available from all the massive universities. Not all university accredited... Read more Free Course Credential Key CC- Certificate of Completion SA – Statement of Accomplishment CM – Certificate of Mastery NC – No certificate March 2014
A MOOC is an open education movement that is found online. It influences connectivism where learning is successful and networks are created in different fields. 2004- The term connectivism was developed by George Siemens and Stephen Downes. 2008- The first MOOC was presented at the University of Manitoba, Canada and it consisted of 2200 learners. The History of MOOCs
2010 – Cormier made a video about MOOCs and it was uploaded onto YouTube. 2011 – MOOC prepares freshman college students for college requirements. 2012 – Harvard's first MOOC has 370000 students taking part in it. New York Times calls 2012 the year of the MOOC. 2013 – There are so many cMOOCs and xMOOCs to count accurately . The History of MOOCs Continued
There are two different types of MOOCs. The cMOOC (connectivist MOOC) : cMOOCs are used by the individual, academics and Non profit organizations. The cMOOC uses a constructivist and connectivist approach. The different types of MOOCs
The cMOOC is a informal learning environment. The xMOOC: xMOOCs are used by the universities. xMOOCs use a behaviourist and cognivist approach. The xMOOC is a more formal learning environment. The different types of MOOCs Continued
My main field of interest is education. Branching from that would be my subject specialisations: Art, Design, Art and Culture and Life Orientation. Another branch off education would be swimming skills and water safety for babies and toddlers. My field of interest
Photography ( both film and digital). Drawing portraits ( all the little tricks and step by step procedures). How to be prepared as a subject specialist. Music (being able to read and understand music). The topics I would pursue in future MOOC experiences
Drew, S, Krull, G, Mallinson, B. 2013. RISE OF THE MOOCs. Available: http://www.slideshare.net/oerafrica/the-rise-of-moocs Accessed: 18th February 2014. Goodnight, L. 2013. MOOCs in the High School Classroom: How They Work to Connect Learners. Available: http://www.slideshare.net/LynGoodnight/multmedia- presentation-goodnight . Accessed: 19th February 2014. Downes, S. 2013. Massive Open Online Support for Education. Available: http://www.slideshare.net/Downes/2013-05-06-moose Accessed: 19th February 2014. References:
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