No two people have had a greater impact on educational studies than Jean Piaget and Lev Vygotsky. Both were born in 1896. Piaget was born in Switzerland and Vygotsky was born in Belarus. Vygotsky was...
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Are the theories of Vygotsky and Piaget still applicable to online learning?
A consortium of small colleges and universities in developing nations around the world is collaborating on a multidisciplinary course that delivers many of the merits of MOOCs but also provides experiential education directed at pressing local needs. The desired result of this pilot is a powerful blend of multidisciplinary scholarly perspectives ...
This exploratory paper picks up elements from the European Commission’s educational vision and philosophy behind Opening up Education, the resulting initiative of theOpenupEd.eu MOOC platform and takes this as a starting point to look at potential challenges for developing MOOCs that include vulnerable learner groups...http://www.scoop.it/t/easy-mooc
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