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  1. 1. PRESENTION BY E.S NYEMBE STUDENT NO:201132672 MOOCS
  2. 2. MOOCs
  3. 3. WITH MOOCs
  4. 4. WHAT IS A MOOCs  is a non-profit on line learning  Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs)
  5. 5. The promise of MOOCs is that they will provide free to access, cutting edge courses that could drive down the cost of university-level education and potentially disrupt the existing models of higher education (HE).
  6. 6. TYPES OF MOOCs C moocs X moocs  C mooc -The term c mooc refers to a mooc designed to emphasize connecting learners.In c mooc the learner take a great role in shaping their learning experiances than in traditional online cources  X mooc appear to be developed out f the idea of open Course ware and educational resources and they are offered by university in partnership with a for profit organization
  7. 7. MOOCs
  8. 8. How it contrast traditional university online courses,  MOOCs have two key features  1. Open access - anyone can participate in an online course for free  2. Scalability - courses are designed to support an indefinite number of participants
  9. 9. The development of MOOCs MOOCs  is rooted within the ideals of openness in education,  that knowledge should be shared freely,  and the desire to learn should be met without demographic, economic, and geographical constraints
  10. 10. BENEFITS FROM MOOCs  The ‘digital footprint’ of learners using the technology  can expand access to education, for those who are interested  provides opportunities for expanding access to HE to all and creates a space for  experimentation with online teaching and learning
  11. 11. What motivates the MOOC learner?  • To support lifelong learning or gain an understanding of the subject matter, with no particular expectations for completion or achievement,  • For fun, entertainment, social experience and intellectual stimulation,  • Convenience, often in conjunction with barriers to traditional education options,  • To experience or explore online education.  Surveys conducted by researchers at Duke University show that student motivations typically fell into one of four categories (Belanger andThornton, 2013)
  12. 12. MY FIELD OF INTEREST • My field of interest is Psychology because one of the good days I will be an educational psychologist • What I admire about educational psychologist is that they learn processes of understand individual differences in behaviour, personality, intellect, and self- concept. • Educational Psychologists are working side by side with psychiatrists, social workers, teachers, speech and language therapists, and counsellors in order to understand the questions being raised when combining behavioural, cognitive, and social psychology in the classroom setting
  13. 13. References  Belanger, V., Thornton, J. (2013), Bioelectricity: A Quantitative Approach - Duke University’s First MOOC  Halpern, D. F., & Hakel, M. D. (2003). Applying the science of learning to the university and beyond.  Hart, C. (2012). Factors associated with student persistence in an online program of study: A review of the literature. Journal of Interactive Online Learning.

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