It has become accepted practice amongst those who know about MOOCs to sniff at completion rates. Focusing on them (hell, even mentioning them) demonstrates just how constrained you are by the old ways of thinking daddio. I find this particularly...
ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) is a tool of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) for making studies and courses more transparent and thus helping to enhance the quality of higher education.
Robert Schuwer's insight:
New version of ECTS. Added are guidelines for credits for open education (e.g. MOOCs)
Educators are creating lessons and sharing them online. Tap into great teaching resources with these 10 sites.
Robert Schuwer's insight:
The first three sources mentioned were unknown to me, as was hstry.co and Engageny; the rest are "usual suspects" in these kinds of overviews. A quick impression of the unknown sources learnt that all content seem to be free available. Boundless seem to offer wiki-like adaptation functions. The majority of the resources in the first three collections are meant for K12. It seems worthwhile to investigate these more thoroughly on usefulness.
Caution: Learnzillons consider all materials copyright protected by them, and a user may only reuse its own content outside of Learnzillion. Boundless uses CC BY-SA as the default license. SAS Curriculum Pathways seem to have all materials copyright protected. Engageny and Hstry.co use CC-licenses.
Creating posters has been a staple of so many classrooms of different ages. Usually, it entails gathering some important supplies before starting — posterboard, glue, markers, etc. Many teachers will round up old magazines, too, letting students cut and attach images that illustrate their topics. The digital age has opened classrooms up to a [...]
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