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More Than Cogs: Using MOOC Pedagogies to Resist the Mechanization of FYC Students

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This presentation discusses whether the characteristics of successful MOOCs can apply to traditional, smaller, and in-person first-year writing courses—specifically, their openness, their tendency …

This presentation discusses whether the characteristics of successful MOOCs can apply to traditional, smaller, and in-person first-year writing courses—specifically, their openness, their tendency toward connectivity, and their use of distance.

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  • 1. More Than CogsUsing MOOC Pedagogies to Resist theMechanization of FYC Students@chris_friendFriday, 7 June, 2013
  • 2. StandardizedEducationFriday, 7 June, 2013
  • 3. HumanInteractionindividualizedsocialnetworkedEducationalProcesscreativityflexibilityplayFriday, 7 June, 2013
  • 4. StandardizationExpertiseHeirarchyFriday, 7 June, 2013
  • 5. MOOCsFriday, 7 June, 2013
  • 6. xMOOCs✤ Pre-packaged✤ Value duplication✤ Content can be tested✤ Prestige countsFriday, 7 June, 2013
  • 7. cMOOCs✤ Networked/distributed✤ Value creation, creativity,autonomy, social connections✤ Content can be sharedFriday, 7 June, 2013
  • 8. Student WorkCourse TextsCollaborationFriday, 7 June, 2013
  • 9. ConnectivitySourcesEvaluation Peer ReviewFriday, 7 June, 2013
  • 10. DistanceConstantUbiquitousRelevantFriday, 7 June, 2013
  • 11. What’s Next?Friday, 7 June, 2013
  • 12. @jessiferJesse Stommel@slamteacherSean MichaelMorris @writingasjoeJanine DeBaiseMOOCificationFriday, 7 June, 2013
  • 13. 24 Hours OnlySaturday,June 15moocmooc.comFriday, 7 June, 2013
  • 14. Thank you.Chris FriendUniversity of Central Florida@chris_friendFriday, 7 June, 2013
  • 15. Image Credits• Gears from Manu_H on Flickr• “Educate in Batches” fromRSA Animate, based on KenRobinson’s “ChangingEducational Paradigms” TEDTalk• Desks by dcJohn on Flickr• Freight containers byLightmash on Flickr• Creation of Adam byMichaelangelo, image fromWikimedia Commons• Open button by Iguana Jo onFlickr• Cabled woman by cszar onFlickr• Ethernet cable from Tuesktaon Flickr• String phone from FlorianSEROUSSI on Flickr• MOOCMOOC monster fromJesse StommelFriday, 7 June, 2013