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Massive MOOC Grading Problem - Stanford HCI Group Tackles Peer Assessment - moocnewsandreviews.com

Massive MOOC Grading Problem - Stanford HCI Group Tackles Peer Assessment - moocnewsandreviews.com | e-learning in higher education and beyond | Scoop.it
Peer assessment may lead to better learning outcomes. In his Human Computer Interface course, Scott Klemmer of th HCI Group found that students can be put to work reviewing their cohorts.
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from the text: "If my experience is any indication, students seem to be willing to do more of the heavy lifting when they benefit from the examples of their peers. Given that MOOCs are often criticized for their lack of student engagement, peer assessments could be a breakthrough that validates their mass scale."

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MOOC News Roundup - The Low-cost Online Degree is Here - moocnewsandreviews.com

MOOC News Roundup - The Low-cost Online Degree is Here - moocnewsandreviews.com | e-learning in higher education and beyond | Scoop.it
Georgia Tech is leapfrogging the question of MOOCs for credit and going right to using MOOCs for a whole online degree.
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A Tale of Two MOOCs @ Coursera: Divided by Pedagogy

A Tale of Two MOOCs @ Coursera: Divided by Pedagogy | e-learning in higher education and beyond | Scoop.it
The Web as a classroom is transforming how people learn, is driving the need for new pedagogy; two recently launched courses at Cousera highlight what happens when pedagogical methods fail to adapt...

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Maria Toro-Troconis's curator insight, March 6, 2013 8:29 AM

Excellent article about the differences in the Pedagogic models: xMOOCs and cMOOCs, followed by two Coursera courses.

Anne Whaits's curator insight, March 7, 2013 12:59 PM

A really good post which argues that it is the learning orientation that determines the pedagogical method selected for instruction. The comparision of pedagogical methods employed in two courses on Coursera reveal the clashes between the views on how people learn.

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Canvas Network

Canvas Network | e-learning in higher education and beyond | Scoop.it
Introducing Canvas NetworkOpen online learning, as defined by you.Connecting students, teachers and institutions, through an open, online course network.
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MOOC-platform for lesser known institutions but the same wide range of topics and classes.

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Millions of Lessons Learned on Electronic Napkins

Talk on the 29th Chaos Communication Congress on massive open online courses, free education, and freeing education. For all videos by Jörn Loviscach, see: h...
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Jörn Loviscach und Sebastian Wernecke auf unterhaltsame Weise über Pro und Contras und Herausforderungen von MOOCs.

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