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GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
GSE Council Meeting: Online Education
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GSE Council Meeting: Online Education

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Slides used during presentation at GSE Council Meeting on 4/8/13

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  • 1. Why,  What,  Who and  what  about  those  MOOCS? Online  Learning
  • 2. 20 18 16 14 12 Traditional 10 millions 8 ALL  online 6 SOME  online 4 2 0 Student  Enrollment
  • 3. Why?
  • 4. IT’S  NOT  AS  EQUAL  AS  IT  SEEMS While  the  cost  per  credit  hour  is  comparable,   ge=ing  an  online  degree  saves  on  many  of  the  expenses   that  are  inherent  within  a  traditional  degree   such  as  gas,  room  and  board,  textbooks,  and  many  more.
  • 5. interactionFosters  more                                                                              among  students  and  instructors   student-centered Enables                                                                                            teaching  approaches Discussion  Boards  extend  the  boundaries  of  the  classroom  to  24/7 eLearning  can  accommodate  different  learning  styles More  student-­‐‑to-­‐‑student  and  faculty-­‐‑to-­‐‑student  communication Self-­‐‑paced  learning  modules  allow  students  to  work  at  their  own  pace 24/7 accessibility to  course  materials Just-­‐‑in-­‐‑time  methods  to  assess  and  evaluate  student  progress Encourages  students  to  take  responsibility  for  their  learning
  • 6. Who is teachingonline or blended courses at Fordham ?
  • 7. Graduate  School  of  Religion &  Religious  Education Fr.  Anthony  Ciorra
  • 8. Graduate  School  of  Social  Services Master  of  Social  Work  Program Ranked  #1  Online  MSW  Program   by  BestSchools.org Nationally  ranked  #11   by  U.S.  News  &  World  Report  in  social  work
  • 9. What exactly is a MOOC ?
  • 10. The  mind  is  not  a  vessel  to  be  filled but  a  fire  to  be  kindled ~Plutarch
  • 11. Other trends of note…
  • 12. #etmooc  is  a  ‘Connectivist’  MOOC   (‘cMOOC)  that  is  designed  around  a  few   key  principles: The  course  is  developed  with  a  weak  ‘centre’.  While  etmooc.org  will  provide  a  level  of  aggregation,  detail,  and  direction,  the  majority  of  interactions  are  likely  to  occur  within  groups  &  networks,  facilitated  through  various  online  spaces  &  services. Participants  are  strongly  encouraged  to  develop  their  own  reflective,  learning  spaces.  We’re  hoping  that  every  learner  in  #etmooc  creates  and  maintains  their  own  blog  for  continuous  reflection,  creativity,  and  resource  sharing. Sharing  and  network  participation  are  essential  for  the  success  of  all  learners  in  #etmooc.  Thus,  we’ll  be  needing  you  to  share  your  knowledge,  to  support  and  encourage  others,  and  to  participate  in  meaningful  conversations. Together,  we”ll  make  #etmooc  a  valuable  learning  experience  for  all  participants.
  • 13. If  we  teach  today  the  way  we  were  taught  yesterday we  aren’t  preparing  students  for  today  or  tomorrow. ~  John  Dewey

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