My powerpoint presantation moocs

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My powerpoint presantation moocs

  1. 1. MOOCS • M- Massive • O- Open • O- Online • C- Courses
  2. 2. massive MOOCS online courses open
  3. 3. TABLE OF CONTENT • • • • • • What are Moocs? History of Moocs Aims of Moocs Types of Moocs Xmoocs vs Cmoocs Conclusion
  4. 4. What are Moocs? Moocs are online courses which are opened unlimited to everyone who is willing to learn. Moocs are free of charge education. Moocs shape what learners can do in and outside the school. Moocs has no age description. Moocs are about openness. Easier to commit to Moocs.
  5. 5. Short history of Moocs Moocs was first introduced in 2008 by Dave Cormier to describe Siemens and Downes “Connectivism and Connective Knowledge” course. It was designed for group of 25 enrolled fee paying students to study for credit. It was opened up for registered only learners worldwide The founders promoted Open Education Movement.
  6. 6. Main aims of Moocs Provide free access to university level for as many students as possible. Cutting the edge courses that could drive down the cost of university level education. Encourage universities to put their courses online to set up open learning.
  7. 7. Different types of Moocs • • • • • • • • Transfer Moocs Made Moocs Synch Moocs Asynch Moocs Adaptive Moocs Group Moocs Connectivist Moocs Mini Moocs
  8. 8. Cmoocs vs Xmoocs Cmoocs • Based on connectivism theory Xmoocs • Based on more behaviorist approach. • Emphasize connected collaborative learning. • Promote diversity collaboration. • Emphasize coordinated assessments and quizzes. • Encourage a huge diversity of participants and group work is organized.
  9. 9. Conclusion • I understand what Moocs are and I think it is a better and easy way for teaching and learning because it can happen anywhere at any time and it is free of charge to join Moocs, either students nor teachers can join Moocs to participate and share ideas about a lesson.
  10. 10. Conclusion continued… • As a future teacher of mathematics my interests it to teach online and I like to pursue Algebra, Calculus and Geometry. I would like to share these topic with another teachers and students because it seems that learners experience problems with these topics and because Moocs are free I think most leaners will comment and share their opinions online rather than in class. • Moocs will help me as a future teacher to approach and support students who struggling with mathematics because I can access Moocs at anytime at anywhere.
  11. 11. References • https://www.google.co.za/?gws_rd=cr&ei=jYMEU82LB8SJ7AaBzIA4#q=moocs&tbm=b ks

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