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Vortrag gehalten am 28. September 2010 in Berlin auf dem E-Learning-Tag der TU Berlin

Vortrag gehalten am 28. September 2010 in Berlin auf dem E-Learning-Tag der TU Berlin

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    • Open Courses & Open Teaching: www.hq.de Überlegungen zur Zukunft von E-Learning Dr. Jochen Robes E-Learning-Tag, TU Berlin 28. September 2010
    • Was ist ein MOOC?
    • Was ist ein MOOC? = Massive Open Online Course
    • Was ist ein MOOC? = Massive Open Online Course on Connectivism and Connective Knowledge
    • Zwei Facilitators
    • Stephen Downes (Kanada)
    • George Siemens (Kanada)
    • Einige Details
    • 8. September – 30. November 2008
    • Partner: Extended Education and Learning Technologies Centre, University of Manitoba (Certificate)
    • ca. 2.200 Teilnehmer (25 paid enrollments)
    • “This course will be a different type of learning experience.”
    • “What makes this course unique is the combination of these elements: its large size, its openness, and its for-credit status.”
    • Was die Facilitators getan haben …
    • Kurswiki
    • Kursblog
    • Täglicher Newsletter
    • Wöchentliche Zusammenfassungen
    • Moodle
    • Was die Teilnehmer taten …
    • Google Groups
    • Second Life
    • Blogs
    • Videos
    • Concept Maps
    • Ein Schritt zurück: „Openness“
    • “With the growth of open source software and other related culture trends, a of openness is advancing from the edges of society to the core of academic culture.” (David Wiley, 2009)
    • Open/ Open Source 1998 Open Content/ Open Educational Resources 2002 Open Courses/ Open Teaching 2008 Open Accreditation?
    • EDUCAUSE Review, Juli/ August 2010
    • “This open- teaching idea has been spreading around the web.” (Anya Kamenetz, 2010)
    • Open Courses 2010
    • Einige Grundprinzipien eines MOOC:  kein verbindliches Curriculum  dezentralisierte Struktur  Kernaktivitäten der Teilnehmer (nach Stephen Downes):  aggregate  remix  repurpose  feed forward  „sharing by tagging“
    • Erfahrungen und offene Fragen
    • Was ist ein Open Course eigentlich „wert“?
    • Wann ist ein MOOC erfolgreich?
    • “In the end, however, success will be determined by each participant based on their own views and expectations.” (George Siemens)
    • Wie viel Struktur braucht ein Open Course?
    • “Too rigid a structure puts the educator in full control.” (George Siemens) “Learners need some sense of what they are choosing to do, a sense of eventedness.” (Dave Cormier/ George Siemens)
    • Welche Rolle nehmen die Facilitators ein?
    • Dave Cormier/ George Siemens, in: EDUCAUSE Review, Juli/ August 2010
    • Welche Technologien, welche Infrastruktur funktioniert?
    • “Some recommendations for future MOOCs include highlighting the purpose of the tools (e.g., skill-building) and stating clearly that the learners can choose their preferred tools.” (Antonio Fini)
    • Grenzen und Barrieren für die Teilnahme an Open Courses/ MOOCs:  Individuelle Barrieren z.B. Teilnehmer fühlen sich überfordert und orientierungslos; sind nicht gewohnt, öffentlich zu interagieren  Soziale Barrieren z.B. kulturelle Normen, Sprache, Anerkennung und Wertschätzung des Lernprozesses  Technische Barrieren
    • ... Stefanie Panke, in: Educational Technology & Change (ETC), 22. September 2010
    • Herzlichen Dank!
    • Kontakt: Dr. Jochen Robes HQ Interaktive Mediensysteme GmbH, Wilhelmstr. 34, 65183 Wiesbaden, 0611 – 99 212 -0, jr@hq.de jr@hq.de Weiterbildungsblog: www.weiterbildungsblog.de Xing: https://www.xing.com/profile/Jochen_Robes Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/jrobes Twitter: http://twitter.com/jrobes Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/people/Jochen- Robes/709423941
    • Flickr-Referenzen: Slide 1: Stephen Downes http://www.flickr.com/photos/stephen_downes/47915184 17/ Slide 6: sbzondergeld http://www.flickr.com/photos/46407290@N00/87816520 / Slide 7: Moe http://www.flickr.com/photos/moe/171256163/ Slide 14: josemota http://www.flickr.com/photos/josemota/3203809484/ Slide 26: Fleep Tuque http://www.flickr.com/photos/fleep/2854065193/ Slide 30: YouTube/ The networked student http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwM4ieFOotA Slide 32: tomislavmedak http://www.flickr.com/photos/tomislavmedak/273747749 7/ Slide 47: Facebook http://it-it.facebook.com/antoniofini