#etmooc orientation week

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Orientation slides for #etmooc - find more information at http://etmooc.org

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#etmooc orientation week

  1. 1. Orientation Week#etmooc - January 13 - January 19, 2013
  2. 2. me
  3. 3. #etmooc is not MY thing
  4. 4. etmooc.org/conspirators
  5. 5. you
  6. 6. So, now that we’re all here ... what can we do with this?
  7. 7. To truly gain from this experience, we will need to work together, collaboratively & cooperatively,on shared problems of education & society.
  8. 8. Trust
  9. 9. #etmooc
  10. 10. connectivist MOOC
  11. 11. cMOOCs are not proscriptive, and participantsset their own learning goals and type ofengagement. (Cormier, 2012)
  12. 12. cMOOCs are discursive communities creatingknowledge together. (Cormier, 2012)
  13. 13. topics
  14. 14. ■ Welcome (Jan 13-19): Welcome & Orientation■ Topic 1 (Jan 20-Feb. 2): Connected Learning – Tools, Processes & Pedagogy■ Topic 2 (Feb 3-16): Digital Storytelling – Multimedia, Remixes & Mashups■ Topic 3 (Feb 17-Mar 2): Digital Literacy – Information, Memes & Attention■ Topic 4 (Mar 3-16): The Open Movement – Open Access, OERs & Future of Ed.■ Topic 5 (Mar 17-30): Digital Citizenship – Identity, Footprint, & Social Activism
  15. 15. connected learning
  16. 16. digital storytelling
  17. 17. digital literacy
  18. 18. the open movement
  19. 19. digital citizenship
  20. 20. environment
  21. 21. Learning Management System
  22. 22. @jonmott
  23. 23. “small tools, loosely joined”
  24. 24. participant-controlled spaces
  25. 25. etmooc.org
  26. 26. Calendar
  27. 27. Blog Hub
  28. 28. Google +
  29. 29. Email
  30. 30. #etmooc
  31. 31. Delicious
  32. 32. Diigo
  33. 33. RSS
  34. 34. pedagogy
  35. 35. Two Questions ...
  36. 36. How are you makingyour learning visible?
  37. 37. How are you contributingto the learning of others?
  38. 38. challenge
  39. 39. more questions?
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