AHE 601 Micro-MOOC

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AHE 601 Micro-MOOC

  1. 1. AHE 602 micro-MOOC
  2. 2. Instructor Information Name: Jim Bailey  Expertise: 7 Years of Disc Golf  Office: Bowers Park Disc Golf Course  Contact: http://jim-ahe602.blogspot.com/ 
  3. 3. Course Outcomes Working knowledge of the history and rules of disc golf  Familiarity with disc golf terminology and customs  Ability to evaluate differences in disc golf discs  Kinesthetic ability to participate in a round of disc golf  Relationships with other disc golfers  Appreciation of the game of disc golf 
  4. 4. Course Methods Behavioral, active element alongside an individual cognitive component  Social interaction with concurrent and past students participating in the microMOOC along with current disc golfers around the world  Self-paced, asynchronous 
  5. 5. Course Modules What is Disc Golf?  Disc Golf Rules  Disc Golf Discs  Disc Golf Throws and Strategies  Disc Golf Courses  Disc Golf Competitions  Disc Golf Practicum 
  6. 6. Course Requirements Module-Based Blog Assignments  Video of Primary Throws  1st Round Scorecard and Pictures  Disc Golf Course Review  Peer Assessment Summary 
  7. 7. Course Grading Combination of peer and self-assessment  Submit critiques and grades from at least three peers for each of your assignments alongside your self-assigned grades  Find others who are registered via the course homepage or recruit others to join the course and act as your grading cohort 
  8. 8. Academic Dishonesty   The game of disc golf has significant opportunities for cheating, especially through collusion, and this course parallels the real-life reality. You are expected to grade and assess yourself ethically, just as you would marking a spot or assessing yourself a penalty stroke. Academic dishonesty will decrease the knowledge that you will learn just as cheating on the course will decrease your potential skill level.
  9. 9. Enjoy the micro-MOOC!

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