Why,  What,  Who	      and  what  about  those  MOOCS?	Online  Learning
20	             18	             16	             14	             12	                                       Traditional	    ...
Why?
IT’S  NOT  AS  EQUAL  AS  IT  SEEMS		While  the  cost  per  credit  hour  is  comparable,  	ge=ing  an  online  degree  sa...
interactionFosters  more                                                                              among  students  and...
Who                is teachingonline or blended courses              at Fordham ?
Graduate  School  of  Religion	 &  Religious  Education	Fr.  Anthony  Ciorra
Graduate  School  of  Social  Services	Master  of  Social  Work  Program	                          Ranked  #1  Online  MSW...
What exactly is a MOOC ?
The  mind  is  not  a  vessel  to  be  filled	but  a  fire  to  be  kindled	~Plutarch
Other trends of note…
#etmooc  is  a  ‘Connectivist’  MOOC             (‘cMOOC)  that  is  designed  around  a  few             key  principles:...
If  we  teach  today  the  way  we  were  taught  yesterday	we  aren’t  preparing  students  for  today  or  tomorrow.	   ...
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
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

GSE Council Meeting: Online Education

219

Published on

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

Published in: Education, Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
219
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
10
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

GSE Council Meeting: Online Education

  1. 1. Why,  What,  Who and  what  about  those  MOOCS? Online  Learning
  2. 2. 20 18 16 14 12 Traditional 10 millions 8 ALL  online 6 SOME  online 4 2 0 Student  Enrollment
  3. 3. Why?
  4. 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. 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. 6. Who is teachingonline or blended courses at Fordham ?
  7. 7. Graduate  School  of  Religion &  Religious  Education Fr.  Anthony  Ciorra
  8. 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. 9. What exactly is a MOOC ?
  10. 10. The  mind  is  not  a  vessel  to  be  filled but  a  fire  to  be  kindled ~Plutarch
  11. 11. Other trends of note…
  12. 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. 13. If  we  teach  today  the  way  we  were  taught  yesterday we  aren’t  preparing  students  for  today  or  tomorrow. ~  John  Dewey
  1. A particular slide catching your eye?

    Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

×