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Education 3.0 and the Pedagogy (Andragogy, Heutagogy) of Mobile Learning

Education 3.0 and the Pedagogy (Andragogy, Heutagogy) of Mobile Learning | e-learning and moocs | Scoop.it

Many educators are doing Education 1.0; talking about doing Education 2.0; when they should be planning and implementing Education 3.0. This post compares the developments of the Internet-Web to those of education. The Internet has become an integral thread of the tapestries of most societies throughout the globe. The web influences people’s way of thinking, doing and being; and people influence the development and content of the web.


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Here is an old joke. Abe meets Pete.
Abe:  I heard that you are planning to become a millionaire, how is it going?
 Pete: well, yesterday I started working on my second million, I didn’t succeed on the first one.

In the spirit of this joke
I proudly present to you: Education 3.0

 

Apparently Edu 2.0 did not work.
But this time it will be different.

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Adam Lenaarts's curator insight, April 21, 2014 2:07 PM

 This education 3.0 concept combined with Keegan's levels of Ego Development should help educators and students in their question for glory.

 

Dean Mantz's curator insight, May 5, 2014 3:12 PM

Special thanks to Feed the Teacher (Giselle Santos) for sharing this diagram originally posted by Dr. Jackie Gerstein.  

 

The one point I really like is the definition of Education 3.0 - planning and implementing education.  The key is being thoroughly infused and reinvented. 

Jeremiah Stanley's curator insight, August 6, 2014 3:16 PM

This article provides a great foundation on web 1.0, 2.0, and 3.0 and how making a shift to web 3.0 can benefit students in their learning.

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The Best Moodle Modules and Plugins

Workshop presented at the annual Moodle Day at Dawson College (Montreal). May 27th, 2016

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Willem Kuypers's curator insight, August 29, 3:49 AM
Une liste à parcourir avec les collègues pour voir ce qui vaut la peine.
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Moodle remains the strongest open source LMS. Check out this slideshow!

Nathalie Ferret's curator insight, September 1, 5:51 AM
And also good: "Reviewers' choice" - 2017| https://moodle.org/plugins/browse.php?list=award&id=1
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MOOCs Now Focused on Paid Certificates and OPM Market

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Writing in EdSurge, Dhawal Shah from Class Central describes the mostly-complete transformation of the large MOOC providers - Coursera, Udacity, edX, FutureLearn - away from lifelong learners and towards paid certificates and a form of Online Program Management for Master's degrees. No one still claims that MOOCs will disrupt the university as previously hyped. Referring to these previous claims:
Now, more that five years later, we know this [disruption of universities] is not the case. I started Class Central at the end of Nov 2011 as a side project to keep track of free online courses, so I’ve followed the space closely right from the beginning. MOOC providers have learned a lot in the last five years, and they’re now more certain about who their real audience is—and they’re not the dabblers and lifelong learners who take courses just for curiosity’s sake.
Paid Certificates
The description of the current MOOC target audience is a twist on an old term. Shah paraphrases Coursera's previous CEO Rick Levin and then clarifies:
The real audience is not the traditional university student but what [Levin] calls the “lifelong career learner,” someone who might be well beyond their college years and takes these online courses with the goal of achieving professional and career growth. [snip]

Traditional lifelong learners might learn due to their love of learning, but in the case of lifelong career learners, the “lifelong” part is driven by the necessity of constantly adapting to the changing job market. Learning for the sake of learning sounds appealing, but, at least anecdotally, I hear from many people find they are more likely to make significant progress or even complete a course when they are tied to professional outcomes (that’s certainly my experience).
Typical paid programs lead to certificates and may be sponsored by the employer and may be tied to a monthly subscription.

Shah also describes how the MOOC providers have dramatically reduced the offerings and features available for free, lamenting at the end:
But if you are true lifelong learner—the ones that helped start all the hype in the first place—the MOOC experience has largely been reduced to basically a YouTube playlist with a cumbersome user interface.

Unless, of course, you are willing to pay.
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Shah also linked to a previous post of his at Class Central describing the progress made by the MOOC providers in creating an Online Program Management (OPM) business model. Udacity started this movement with their Master's of Computer Science degree at Georgia Tech, but now the other vendors are following suit. Coursera announced their fourth program in March (three of them at the University of Illinois), edX added one at Georgia Tech, and FutureLearn announced three programs at Deakin University in Australia. All told, there are now 10 programs identified where the MOOC providers are acting as OPM providers, albeit from four universities. From the April post:



In a post describing the OPM market last year I noted:
The OPM market is interesting and dynamic. Here we see strong arguments for both bundled revenue-sharing models and for unbundled fee-for-service models. I personally do not believe that the market is moving away from revenue sharing as much as there is pressure for additional models. There are a growing number of choices available to schools, but there is also a crowded marketplace that is becoming more difficult to understand and compare vendors.
The 10 programs mentioned above now represent one of these additional models in the crowded marketplace.

For those wanting to understand where the large, commercial MOOC market stands in 2017, I recommend reading both of Dhawal Shah's posts - from April at Class Central and July at EdSurge.
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20 Excellent YouTube Channels for Math Teachers

20 Excellent YouTube Channels for Math Teachers | e-learning and moocs | Scoop.it
Math learning and teaching can be so much fun especially when done through the right strategies. One of these strategies is through engaging video content.  To this end, we have compiled 20 of the best and most popular YouTube channels for math teachers. These channels provide a wide variety of  videos, tutorials and animated courses covering different mathematical concepts from algebra to geometry.

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GwynethJones's curator insight, March 11, 6:17 PM

Share with your Math peeps for #PiDay!

Elizabeth Hutchinson's curator insight, March 13, 2:27 AM
Something for our Maths teachers 
Willem Kuypers's curator insight, March 13, 5:52 PM
Il fallait l'ajouter à la liste : des sites pour les profs de math.
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16 issues driving higher education's approach to teaching and learning

16 issues driving higher education's approach to teaching and learning | e-learning and moocs | Scoop.it
A new survey released by the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative provides a framework for addressing the role of technology in improving postsecondary teaching and learning.
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Nice list of issues that the edu-policy-bureaucracy deems important (in 2017).
Questions:  
1) how do these compare to those of 2010 en 2000
2) will this list be still relevant in 2030?
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Could online tutors and artificial intelligence be the future of teaching?

Could online tutors and artificial intelligence be the future of teaching? | e-learning and moocs | Scoop.it
Online maths company has partnered with scientists to identify what makes lessons successful - and to see if AI can be used to improve teaching

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how can AI be used to supplement math teaching
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Nik Peachey's curator insight, February 8, 11:05 PM

Interesting article about the combination of AI and personal tutors.

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Grace Hopper's Bug

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Discover Grace Hopper's Bug in Washington, D.C.: A computer bug so primitive it was an actual insect.
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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, December 22, 2016 11:53 AM
Computer Science pioneer Grace Hopper should be honored and remembered. We live and work in a future she made possible.
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CAS Community | CAS computational thinking - A Guide for teachers

CAS Community | CAS computational thinking - A Guide for teachers | e-learning and moocs | Scoop.it
This guide seeks to help develop a shared understanding of the teaching of computational thinking in schools. It presents a conceptual framework of computational thinking, describes pedagogic approaches for teaching and offers guides for assessment. It is complementary to the two CAS guides published in November 2013 (Primary) and June 2014 (Secondary) in supporting the implementation of the new National Curriculum and embraces the CAS Barefoot and CAS QuickStart Computing descriptions of computational thinking. Computational thinking lies at the heart of the computing curriculum but it also supports learning and thinking in other areas of the curriculum.

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UK proposal for GCSE teaching of basic concepts of programming.

Emphasis on developing of algorithms (less emphasis on data-modeling and foundational maths, no interest in interpretation of data and statistics) 

Basically a nice intro to CS as we understood it in 1980.
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10 Free Tools for Building Blended & Online Learning

10 Free Tools for Building Blended & Online Learning | e-learning and moocs | Scoop.it
Remember though that finding the right tool is important, but how you structure and design interaction with the content is way more important. Taking classroom activities and materials and placing them on a web-based platform and expecting them to work is sure way to disappoint students. You need to think carefully about how the student will engage with the materials and how the materials relate to each other to ensure that your materials don’t just test the students’ knowledge and abilities, but that they guide and enable the student to hypothesise and make and confirm deductions in order to encourage deeper levels of autonomous learning.

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Carmen Herrero's curator insight, November 30, 2016 5:44 PM
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Blended Learning article
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10 Free Tools for Building Blended & Online Learning via @MarkEDeschaine http://sco.lt/...

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Organizing Your Thoughts With Note-Taking Apps

Organizing Your Thoughts With Note-Taking Apps | e-learning and moocs | Scoop.it
MANY of us use our phones to jot down notes, whether we’re in a class, at an interview or trying to remember a shopping list. And many apps are available to help.

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David W. Deeds's curator insight, September 8, 2016 7:02 PM

Still trying to completely lose the pen-and-paper habit. ;)

Lee Hall's curator insight, September 9, 2016 3:44 PM
Several good choices. 
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Are MOOCs Forever?

Are MOOCs Forever? | e-learning and moocs | Scoop.it
Coursera’s Daphne Koller discusses plans for the future of a format that some thought would never last this long.

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Daphne Koller explains the thinking (if that is the word) that led to the shift to the new platform Coursera.

She surely has some explaining the do - or is it really simple: the Coursera investors wanted real revenues, they dismissed the educators and replaced them by "marketeers" that do not understand their market all -.
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Open Educational Resources - Babson Survey Research Group

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Joyce Valenza's curator insight, August 1, 2016 8:03 AM
Important document revealing the barriers to implementation.
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Making Sense of MOOCs: A Guide for Policy-Makers in Developing Countries - A New Book for MOOC Developers and Policymakers

Making Sense of MOOCs: A Guide for Policy-Makers in Developing Countries - A New Book for MOOC Developers and Policymakers | e-learning and moocs | Scoop.it

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HE-consultants have discovered a new market:
give MOOC advice to developing nations
(paid for by development aid money I presume)
Very professional, complete with "quality" assurance frameworks
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10 ways MOOCs have forced Universities into a rethink

10 ways MOOCs have forced Universities into a rethink | e-learning and moocs | Scoop.it

MOOCs have made us think. As one of the most fascinating developments in higher education in my lifetime, they are,in many ways, a pioneer of a more ‘open’ spirit in learning. I’d contend that MOOCs, for all their promises and faults, have been at their most effective in forcing a rethink in Higher Education.


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Wow . . . a very good lessons learned from four years of MOOCing.

 

I highly recommend you read all 10 points; all are relevant + mainly correct + perceptive.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, February 15, 2016 4:30 AM

Always worth a read.

Norton Gusky's curator insight, February 15, 2016 9:11 AM

While many people thought MOOCs have disappeared, they continue to grow and morph into interactive learning experiences, especially for students (adults) seeking to extend their knowledge in technical fields. 

Tony Guzman's curator insight, March 1, 2016 4:42 PM

This article shares some ways that the MOOC has impacted higher education so far.

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Online Courses as Good as In-Person Classes

Online Courses as Good as In-Person Classes | e-learning and moocs | Scoop.it
Future Bright for Online Education
The arguments offered in Jing Liu’s essay run counter to the validation online programs receive from regional accreditation, the U.S. Department of Education and the success students experience as graduates. As someone who has taught online classes since 1999 and managed the online program administration at my campus for 16 years, I am personally aware of the progress we have made, the quality of instruction we do achieve, the access door we have opened wider and the difference we have made in the lives of our students.

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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, August 23, 12:37 PM

Despite the naysayers, online education is working and thriving despite the disruption in other sectors of Higher Education. 

Nevermore Sithole's curator insight, August 28, 5:47 AM
Online Courses as Good as In-Person Classes
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MOOCs Find Their Audience: Professional Learners and Universities — Class Central

MOOCs Find Their Audience: Professional Learners and Universities — Class Central | e-learning and moocs | Scoop.it
In Oct 2011, a few Stanford professors offered three online courses which were completely free. The strong public interest in these courses caught everyone by … Continued
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Creating Authentic and Explanatory Videos - Teaching in Higher Ed

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Creating Authentic and Explanatory Videos
By Bonni Stachowiak February 20, 2017 L

In this past week's episode with Steven Michels, we both spoke about the importance of allowing for more authenticity in videos we create for class. I shared about the time I sneezed during one of my pencasts and how funny the students found it.


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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, February 26, 3:40 PM

Explanatory video is a powerful tool for online teaching. Learn more about it. 

Gemma Ballarín's curator insight, February 27, 3:25 AM
21st century teaching
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10 Reasons Why You Need Microlearning In 2017 - eLearning Industry

10 Reasons Why You Need Microlearning In 2017 - eLearning Industry | e-learning and moocs | Scoop.it
Want to know why you need Microlearning In 2017? Check 10 reasons microlearning should be at the top of your learning agenda in 2017.
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common sense edu agitprop - but nice to have the explicit list
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Content Chunking: The Basis To An Engaging And Well-Designed Course - eLearning Industry

Content Chunking: The Basis To An Engaging And Well-Designed Course - eLearning Industry | e-learning and moocs | Scoop.it
Content chunking is quite similar – it is the process of breaking down content into smaller, bite-sized bits of easily digestible information that are easy to comprehend, learn, and commit to memory.

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A popular rehash of the insights that H.A.Simon gave us in The Sciences of the Artificial (1969, third ed 1996).
Mostly based on "het denken van de schaker" A.D. de Groot 1946 
 But still very valuable insights. 
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Design Chunking: words to live by.  Read this 'nicely chunked' article to see when you should be using this technique and when you should not. 

Jeff Domansky's curator insight, January 25, 3:42 AM

Useful ideas, nicely chunked, for writers, bloggers and course writers.

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MOOC Trends in 2016: MOOCs No Longer Massive

MOOC Trends in 2016: MOOCs No Longer Massive | e-learning and moocs | Scoop.it
We've gained the ability to take MOOCs at any time, but lost something in the process

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MOOCs (e.g. Coursera) have found their business model:
The lifelong learners that study out of interest are no longer served well,; the target now is: continuous education  for professionals; busy people that happily spend 80$ for 20 hours filled with chunk of edu-light.  
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The jobs of the future – and two skills you need to get them

The jobs of the future – and two skills you need to get them | e-learning and moocs | Scoop.it
Maths ability will get you furthest, says Harvard's Davis Deming. As long as you've got the social skills to go with it.

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A nice start (but ultimately misleading ?)

When I apply critical thinking to this piece three problematic aspects become apparent:

First: the dimensions along the axis should be reconsidered: 

The X-axis should not display math skills, but formal theoretical reasoning skills (both the process of formal reasoning  -mathematical or verbal or ... -  and real insight into the knowledge of substantive theory are important here)

The Y axis: should not measure normal sociability or empathy, it should measure the very instrumental skill of acting appropriate given a social context (it is not about being emphatic it is about being perceptive and "flexible" or deceptive) 

Second: here education is something that is done to students by government and managers. This is a direct violation of the first law of education: learning is done by the student, not by the teacher, let alone by a manager.

Third: there is is an exclusive emphasis on skills. This ignores that education mainly works by making students familiar with models about how the world work (i.e substantive "theory", what we usually call knowledge). This a a piece  about the knowledge economy that ignores the importance of knowledge.

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Online Education Is Now a Global Market

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MOOCs may have been overhyped, but their impact is far from over, says Simon Nelson, of the online-learning provider FutureLearn. And traditional colleges have a huge opportunity if they’re just willing to think a little differently.
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UNESCO Office in Bangkok: Directory of Free Educational Resources for Teachers

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“Directory of Free Educational Resources for Teachers: Classroom Productivity” is a collection of free quality software which is ready to be installed directly onto your computer. It includes a collated set of freely available productivity tools, such as content authoring software, mind-mapping software, graphic editors, office suite among many others.

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een lijst met tools
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Nik Peachey's curator insight, August 31, 2016 12:30 AM

Some very big files to download but sounds very useful.

elearning at eCampus ULg's curator insight, August 31, 2016 3:33 AM
A complete and interesting directory for teachers !
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The British Library Puts 1,000,000 Images into the Public Domain, Making Them Free to Reuse & Remix

The British Library Puts 1,000,000 Images into the Public Domain, Making Them Free to Reuse & Remix | e-learning and moocs | Scoop.it


Earlier this week, Oxford's Bodleian Library announced that it had digitized a 550 year old copy of the Gutenberg Bible along with a number of other ancient bibles, some of them quite beautiful. Not to be outdone, the British Library came out with its own announcement on Thursday:

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Dr. Helen Teague's curator insight, October 4, 2016 5:21 PM
This is a great resource!
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7 Best Search Sites: How to Find Online Teaching Jobs

7 Best Search Sites: How to Find Online Teaching Jobs | e-learning and moocs | Scoop.it
If you’re an online instructor who’s looking for online teaching job openings, you may find searching for jobs to be a daunting task. Just google “online teaching job.” We did and got 103,000,000 results. Good luck sorting through that humongous pile of data!

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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, July 25, 2016 11:22 AM

Here's a solid article to get you started searching for your online teaching job.  I found my first online teaching job on Geteducated.com (way back before the turn of the century)!

 

Learn how to go beyond the basic application process by reading my blog series on finding e-jobs.

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24 Data Science, R, Python, Excel, and Machine Learning Cheat Sheets

24 Data Science, R, Python, Excel, and Machine Learning Cheat Sheets | e-learning and moocs | Scoop.it
Here's a good starting point. You can find many additional references here (Python, Excel, Spark, R, Deep Learning, AI, SQL, NoSQL, Graph Databses, Visualizati…

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