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A fresh perspective on hyperlearning, part of hyperthinking, and MOOC (massive online open courses)

A fresh perspective on hyperlearning, part of hyperthinking, and MOOC (massive online open courses)

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  • 1. HYPERLEARNINGA fresh perspective on learning, collaboration and the wisdom of teams
  • 2. MASSIVE ONLINE OPEN COURSESMOOC
  • 3. Learning in Flux
  • 4. Four dimensions
  • 5. • Become a self-learner• Develop your creativemuscles
  • 6. The ‘easy’ way• Read blogs• Watch TED videos on the treadmill• Listen to audio books• Think…• Until MOOC came along…
  • 7. Meet Tina
  • 8. FORM YOUR TEAM
  • 9. A MESSAGE FROM‘MANAGEMENT’…
  • 10. The First Crowd sourced Revolution
  • 11. THE PROBLEM…
  • 12. Crowdsourced Team• Self-organising• Google Doc• Hang outs• Emails• The relay races leadership rotation• Energy flow
  • 13. Sweeeet
  • 14. How to evaluate 20000 students?
  • 15. More projects• Chindogu• Pets• Failure• Going beyond the course…
  • 16. Problems you want to solve…• Email• Teaching Kids Creativity• Hyperthinking Virtual Summer School
  • 17. Team• Self organised• Self structured• Self learning: tools (google doc, hangouts,design, mapping)• Energy flow – the relay race• Trust
  • 18. THE WORLD OF MOOC
  • 19. Ventura-LabOverview Courses from Standford University teachers. Courses not accesible at any time. Multimedia learning support.Strategic useSeems difficult ZN canupload a course there
  • 20. OverviewStrategic useInteresting model for be together withprestigous universities as brandawareness.• Launched 2012• University• 3,2 Million users
  • 21. ED
  • 22. Meet Dan Ariely
  • 23. A CrowdSourced Essay
  • 24. Udemy
  • 25. TED Vídeo model. No course structured. Big visibility and community. Free Accesible at any time.OverviewStrategic useCan be used for promotingthe course. “Learn more inUdemy...”
  • 26. Conclusions• MOOC is making an impact• It gives unprecedented access to high qualityteaching material• Quality of delivery is improving• It’s the community experience that counts• Groups are self-organising and co-creating• New rules of the game: wikified crowdsourcedcollaboration?
  • 27. THINGS YOU CAN DO TOHYPERLEARN WITH MOOC
  • 28. 1) Join several MOOCs
  • 29. 2) Get involved and participate(form a team, engage in thecommunity)
  • 30. 3) Karmic rule of MOOC: you getwhat you give
  • 31. 4) Unleash the power of yourteam/community
  • 32. 5) Explore new forms ofcollaboration with total strangers
  • 33. 6) Take the test
  • 34. 7) Teach
  • 35. MORE ON HYPERTHINKER.COM@PWEISSFACEBOOK.COM/HYPERTHINKING