In my EDCMOOC, each student who turned in the final assignment, a digital artifact, gets to assess three other student assignments. In one of the artifacts that I am assessing, this video was shared. Love it (despite it seeming to be a Coursera ad toward the end). I am so frustrated that my children are going through school at this time. There are way too many standardized tests and worksheets. We need to prepare our kids for a messy, complex world so they can handle amiguity and ill-structured problems.
"Revolutions destroy the perfect & then enable the impossible." - Seth Godin
Life interfered a litle last week, so I got off-track on this MOOC, so today I will be responding to both week 3 and 4 of the eLearning and Digital Culture MOOC. These weeks deal with the topic of posthumanism......
Keeley Sorokti just wrote up some really excellent thinking on the ideas of scaffolding as it relates to the recent eLearning and Digital Cultures MOOC offered up by the University of Edinburgh on Coursera.
“Digital Life”: an augmented music video parody #edcmooc final artifact. For the final assessment task in the “E-Learning and Digital Cultures” MOOC (#etmooc) we were asked to, in the form of a digital artifact/artefact ...
Keeley Sorokti's insight:
This is my favorite EDCMOOC digital artifact (of the ones I've seen so far).