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    MOOC Design: Getting Started MOOC Design: Getting Started Presentation Transcript

    • Thinking aboutMOOC Design Getting Started
    • MOOCs are different (Sort of familiar but also quite unusual)
    • Start simply
    • Clear, concise goal Analyze environmental issues and disputes through a legal lens
    • Identify “Big Ideas” Goal Big Big BigIdea 1 Idea 2 Idea 3
    • Ask...
    • What specific understandings about this big idea dostudents need to have? 1
    • What common misconceptions do students tend to haverelated to this big idea? 2
    • What provocative questions will fosterinquiry, understanding& transfer of learning? 3
    • Create a new course map
    • Tree map
    • OutlineCourse Goal (150 characters) Big Idea 1 • What 1 or 2 things about Big Idea 1 do students need to understand? ✦ What stories can you tell to help students connect emotionally & intellectually to the big idea & detailed understanding? • What common misconceptions do you expect for each understanding? ✦ How might you give students the opportunity to demonstrate and correct misconceptions? • What provocative questions will help foster inquiry, understanding & transfer of learning?
    • Table Courtesy of Duke University: bit.ly/unitplanning
    • Sketch
    • Concept map
    • Tell us stories!
    • Very hypothetical example
    • Find what works for you! (But is different than the method you normally use to organize your content.)
    • Creativity involves breaking out of established patterns in orderto look at things in a different way. — Edward de Bono
    • CC-Licensed Image CreditsSlide 2: http://www.flickr.com/photos/vanschijndeljan/6892681295/, James JordanSlide 3: http://www.flickr.com/photos/69826987@N00/2226419650/, JanvanSchijndel