2013 06 13 (uc3m) emadrid pmitros edx effective moocs

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  • 1. Effective MOOCs
  • 2. Access Educate 1 billion people Research Understand learning Quality Improve learning
  • 3. Quality
  • 4. Can we improve on the in- person experience?
  • 5. Yes, we can! ● Most MIT students preferred pure online to residential (sample bias) ● 98.6% of on-line alumni found it as good as or better than residential (sample bias) ● SJSU: Randomized experiment – Completion rate: 59% → 91% – Midterm scores: up 5.6 points, 9.6 points
  • 6. How can we improve on the in-person experience?
  • 7. ● Centralization – Data and crowdsourcing ● Deeply adapt pedagogy to technology ● Aim for better-than-residential ● Research-based practices
  • 8. ● Centralization – Data and crowdsourcing ● Deeply adapt pedagogy to technology ● Aim for better-than-residential ● Research-based practices
  • 9. Mastery learning Students do not move on until they've mastered a concept
  • 10. Process ● Surveyed all of the problems in 6.002 (regular) ● Virtually all of the problems could be covered with numeric, symbolic equation, and circuit inputs ● Added one additional type (custom) to take advantage of the platform ● No multiple choice, true/false, etc.
  • 11. Self-paced learningSelf-paced learning
  • 12. ICAP Passive Active Constructive ● Generating information ● Socratic- style learning sequences ● Write an article ● Manipulating information ● Videos with interspersed problems ● Highlight a passage ● Receiving information ● Attending lecture ● Reading text Chi's ICAP framework
  • 13. Learning objectives Introduce problem 5 Students discover paradox Students work through math Set up next equation Explain paradox. Guide students to resolution “If you did this correctly, you ought have gotten...” ...
  • 14. $500,000
  • 15. 5000
  • 16. 1.6 million
  • 17. Problem
  • 18. Problem Problem
  • 19. Problem Problem Problem ProblemProblem
  • 20. Problem Problem Problem Problem Problem Problem Problem Problem
  • 21. Mining data on real student points of confusion Research, on-line, and residential as complementary Using master/novice interactions Free and open, not "open"
  • 22. Past ● More resources per course ● Deep integration of technology and pedagogy ● Research-based practices Present ● Big data Future ● Distributed classroom: crowds, open content