Don't Call It a Course Inside Higher Ed “Like degrees and credits and badging and competency are blurring lines, so too are content and social learning and concept-based learning blurring the lines of the traditional 'course,' ” Maurer said.
This rise of the MOOC has spurred a reexamination of many entrenched higher education practices, such as the typical college course and how it's taught. (RT @csamgo87: "Can MOOCs revolutionize the college transcript?
The chatter around the need to improve education in the U.S. has been going on for decades, but it looks like something is finally going to happen. Why? Because the business model of higher education is truly under attack.
Hack Education Weekly News: Zombie MOOCs, MOOC Defectors, and Other Ed-Tech Drama on DiHE- Digitalisation in Higher Education curated by Oliver Janoschka (Hack Education Weekly News: Zombie MOOCs, MOOC Defectors, and Other Ed-Tech Drama | @scoopit...
Learner Experiences with MOOCs and Open Online Learning on Connectivism curated by Susan Bainbridge (RT @eddebainbridge: Learner Experiences with MOOCs and Open Online Learning @scoopit http://t.co/faloVqzj8J)...
Today's students don't need more technology; they don't need more PowerPoint and computer-based learning platforms. What they need are enthusiastic and talented and creative teachers and professors who see education not as a job but as a calling.
Image by Giulia Forsythe via Flickr by Talia Gibas The field of education is swimming in acronyms (care to forecast what a new AYP system will look like (Online courses and their future impact on arts education http://t.co/R19yNrr77q...
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