Published on March 13, 2014
Revolution Or Hype: MOOCs And The K-12 Student Jason Neiffer Tech-‐Savvy Teacher-‐in-‐Residence, Northwest Council for Computer Educa=on Curriculum Director, Montana Digital Academy Doctoral Candidate, the University of Montana
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My point of view…
Virtual School Curriculum Director K-‐12 Online Teacher College Online Teacher Nerd OER Advocate Teaching Advocate Willing to Fail College Face-‐to-‐ Face Teacher
MOOC: “Massive, Open Online Course”
Massive: 100? 1000? 10,000? 100,000? Open: Campus? State? Country? World Online: LMS? Open PlaUorm? Mobile?
Instructor Developed? Instructor Monitored? Instructor Assessed? CredenXal, Credit or Badge?
MOOC Learning Design
Lecture-‐Focused Aggressive Use of Discussion and Social Learning “InformaXon OrchestraXon” Automated Learning Environments
MOOC and Assessment
“Faith Based” Assessment Automated ObjecXve Assessment Social Grading Discussion
Inside a MOOC
http://www.coursesites.com Image: Torpak Hopper
https://code.google.com/p/course-builder/ Image: Torpak Hopper
http://www.openmooc.org Image: Torpak Hoper
Moodle or other LMSs
Other Open Platforms Image: TorpakHopper
Aﬀordable Scalable Social Learning Ehhh… Good Enough?
Too disrupXve? Low passage rates Lack of security/assurance Too lecture dependent Teacher quality sXll important
Ko and Rosen (2010) • Move courses beyond “knowledge level” • Assessment is criXcal to course eﬀecXveness Lehman and Conceicao (2010) • Teacher social presence criXcal to online learning • End users have be=er outcomes with an instrucXonal presence
MOOCs in K-12? http://jasonlinks.net/moocengagement
MOOCs in Blended Learning
MOOCs to Individualize Instruction
MOOCs to Provide Self-Driven P.D.
Try Out a MOOC!
Do a Needs Assessment
Don’t Fall for Hype
“A few mo(vated groups, such as older employees trying to keep pace, reservists in the US military and ambiXous youngsters in places such as India, tend to ﬁnish online degrees. But most people, including Mr Thrun’s enrollees, rapidly lose interest. The real challenge facing US educators, in other words, is to mo(vate the unenthused majority. This is far easier said than done. You can lead a horse to water but you cannot make it drink.”
Jason Neiﬀer Tech-‐Savvy Teacher-‐in-‐Residence, NCCE Doctoral Candidate, the University of Montana (Go Griz!) Curriculum Director, Montana Digital Academy Twi=er: @techsavvyteach @ncce_edtech Blog: h=p://blog.ncce.org Contact for CollaboraXon and Training: h=p://www.neiﬀer.com h=p://www.ncce.org
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