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Massive open online course (mooc’s)
Massive open online course (mooc’s)
Massive open online course (mooc’s)
Massive open online course (mooc’s)
Massive open online course (mooc’s)
Massive open online course (mooc’s)
Massive open online course (mooc’s)
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  • 1. Massive open online course (mooc’s) What is moocs MOOCS This abbreviation stands for massive online open course, is an educational tool which is open access via web. This program includes teachers assistant, educational distance and student stays connectivity to education. A massive open online course (MOOC) is a model for delivering learning content online to any person who wants to take a course, with no limit on attendance.
  • 2. STRUCTURE ILLUSTRATING MOOCS
  • 3. HISTORY OF MOOCS • It started earlier in the 1728 by Caleb Phillips, the teacher who introduced the method of Short Hand, in use of mailed lesson to the students • The very rapid growing in 1930’s of student engaging in radio lessons led to proposals to use it for long distance educationAt many universities in the 1980s classrooms were linked to a remote campus to provide closed-circuit video access for some students • The first MOOCs emerged from the open educational resources in 2008 by Dave Comier
  • 4. DIAGRAM SHOWING THE CONNECTISM AND KNOWLEDGE
  • 5. THE AIM OF MOOCS IN CONNECTIVE KNOWLEDGE • Aim of mooc’s is a mode of delivering education and instruction, often on an individual basis, to students who are not physically present in a traditional setting such as a classroom. Distance learning provides "access to learning when the source of information and the learners are separated by time and distance. • It also aim on the effective and efficiency use of education with the relevant information connecting all the people from different areas (diversity learning)
  • 6. DISADVANTAGES OF MOOCS • It’s impossible to facilitate meaningful conversation in a classroom with thousands students. There are electronic alternatives. Message boards and chat rooms, but the intimacy of face-to-face communication is lost, emotions often misunderstood. This is a particular challenge for humanities courses • Makes it easier for people to drop out • Many people fail to experience the university lifestyle
  • 7. ADVANTAGES OF MOOCS • Brings people from all over the world together, globally interacts with other student from abroad countries • The information is accurate, relevant, effective, up to date and knowledgeable because it enables people to search online and do and submit their activity through web • Is the solution to overcrowded classrooms
  • 8. MY CONCLUSION ABOUT THE MOOCS • I think that MOOC’s are the future tool of education because the participants number is increasing every year and increased options for accessibility, increased potential for student engagement, and expanded lifelong learning opportunities. • However to some it is bad, to some it is part of everyday life; to everyone it is all in how you approach MOOCs • To me MOOCs offer the opportunity to fit education into your life

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