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MOOCs presentation about what do one understand by it, its ideas and the kind of MOOC i want to do in this module.

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Massive open online course presentation

  1. 1. MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSE
  2. 2. CONTENT • What is MOOC? • History of MOOC • Types of MOOCs • Where do you access MOOC? • Courses offered in MOOC • The Pros and Cons of MOOC • My course of interest • What have I learned from MOOC • References
  3. 3. WHAT IS MOOC? The concept MOOC is simply a design introduced to better the system of teaching and learning, the new invention which is totally different from the process of one finding a teacher standing in front of the learners/students in class teaching ,and learners/students listening and taking notes. MOOC is a project aimed to bring learning content online to any person who intends to take a course with no limit on attending classes, meaning study at home courses.
  4. 4. HISTORY OF MOOC During the year 2004 George Siemens and Stephen Dawns developed a theory of connectivism. Then in 2008 there comes the first MOOC which was introduced to the University of Manitoba with had 2200 students. Daved Carmer in the year 2010 loaded videos on youtube about MOOC. MOOCs for college preparation skills helps freshmen for college requirements which took in the year 2011. In 2012, an offer xMOOCs which was a courser launch called Stanford.
  5. 5. TYPES OF MOOCS • cMOOC • xMOOC • connectivistMOOCS • adaptiveMOOCS • groupMOOCS • transferMOOCS • SocialMOOC
  6. 6. WHERE DO YOU ACCESS MOOCS ONE CAN ACCESS MOOC AT HOME, UNIVERSITY, PRIVATE SCHOOLS, BOUT/SHIPS. Many MOOCs use video lectures, including readings and problem sets. MOOC measures the effectiveness of the course and helps to build a community for students, professors, and teaching assistants. MOOC STRUCTURE VIDEO TEXT DISCUSS QUIZ
  7. 7. COURSES OFFERED IN MOOCS • Language; Introduction to public speaking. • Computer skills; User experience of the web. • Life Sciences; Genetics in science. • Business and management.
  8. 8. THE PROS AND CONS OF MOOC Pros Involves every student, and allows one to interact with the new technology. It result in one having a lot of friends. Creates effectiveness in a classroom environment. CONS  Huge absenteeism of students.  Addiction from other resources found under MOOCs.  It also result in other students not co-operating with the others in a group project, because they will all get a same mark.
  9. 9. MY COURSE OF INTEREST Language (Home language), prepared and unprepared speech. I get excited when it comes to having your voice being heard in public that is why I enrolled in the MOOC of courser called; ‘Introduction to public speaking’. I also as a future teacher is hoping to gain some knowledge on how to master public speaking speech thus this is done a lot in the teaching filed. The three aspects that I like for me and the others to perfect is the voice tone, confidence and posture. I also want to learn how has language influence our way of living as humans, to make my learners aware and understand the whole process of speaking.
  10. 10. WHAT HAVE I LEARNED FROM MOOC? • I have gained knowledge that MOOC promotes the everything that has been done and remixes the information or resources. • MOOCs reveals the intelligence in one’s creativity. • The model is open for everyone to register and get connected with the new technology of learning. • A student can not fuss over a class been missed because MOOC it does not run by time. • MOOC involvement brings flexibility in one being able to interact with public services and be able to sort their own stuff online without consulting anyone face to face. • One can also be able to make money out of MOOC, by helping online for instance online tutoring, be able to get a learnership or sponsor through online.
  11. 11. REFERENCES • Chen. C. (2012). Coursera launches humanities course. The Stanford Daily. Retrieved from http://www.stanforddaily.com/2012/04/18/couresera-launches-humanities-courses/ • Carr, N. (2012, September 27). The crisis in higher education. MIT Technology Review. Retrieved from http://www.technologyreview.com/featuredstory/429376/the-crisis-in-higher-education • Levy & Schrire. (2011). Kibbutzim College of Education, Technology, and the Arts
  12. 12. KC NGWENYA MOOSs has been an interesting tool to present about. In special thanks from the lady in the picture
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