Power point persnttion of moocs

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Power point persnttion of moocs

  1. 1. My interpretation of Mooc  Mooc is a current educational system that help people and students to engage with each other. Moreover, It is a learner centered approach website because anyone who joins it, become actively involve through participating and, learn something in return.
  2. 2. My interpretation of Mooc  It further creates an environment where people become motivators, critical thinkers, and educators just to mention but a few ; and these people are able to exercise their skills publically by interacting with one another. This means that Moocs are there for teaching and learning purposes.
  3. 3. The history of Moocs  At first Mooc was launched in 2008 and it was called connctivism.  This Mooc was created by Stephen Downes and George Siemens.  They build the first course at the university of Manitoba in Canada.
  4. 4. The history of Moocs  They used a platform to engage students with facebook, blogs and many others social networks.  Manny people started signing up for moocs because it was free and open.  They ( people) enable to create their own social net work as well.
  5. 5. The History of Moocs continues  In 2012 professors .Thrun, S. and Norvig, T. offers a free online courses called Introduction to artificial Intelligence.  This course was designed to mirror the real classroom experience and to offer high-quality to everyone.  Many students signed-up for Moocs 190 countries and as a result, the course was really massive.
  6. 6. Mooc types  There are two types of Moocs namely: the C and the X Moocs. Under C Moocs there are: Academic , many to many(e.g. dialogue or peer to peer interactions and informal learning. Just to mention but a few.  Academic Moocs- This are the Moocs in which students are given information to read .  They are also given assessment to write and get feedback.
  7. 7. Mooc types Contineus  Sometimes they are given group assignment and discuss about the assignment online.  They are there for teaching and learning purposes.  They help students to develop critical thinking as the get to argue about a particular topic.  Discussions are also allowed here.
  8. 8. Types of Moocs continue  . Many- to- many ( Dialogue, peer to peer interactions)- This is the kinds of Mooc where many people interact with one another.  For example, a person can send one text to friends or many people at the same time.  In return, they can text him back while at the same time they are able to see one another’s text massage.
  9. 9. Types of Moocs continue  This is a kind of Mooc in which multiple dialogue takes place.  Is the Mooc where dialogue between two people take place as well.  It is not meant for private stuff to be text on.
  10. 10. Types of Moocs continues  Informal learning- It is the Mooc where informal learning takes place.  Informal learning are learning that does not require one to get in to a class (schooling).  In this kind of a Mooc people learn from each other through, sharing their experience, by giving one another information they read from: the book, news paper, or television and from other places.  One person can share a story in which others can learn something on it
  11. 11. Types of Moocs continues  Under X Moocs, there is: more formal learning, one to many (student/ content, teacher/ student interactions) to say a list.  More formal learning- This is where online teaching and learning takes place .  Learners register for the course and start participating, however; there are some formal teaching where learners are taught and given assessment .
  12. 12. Types of Moocs continues  one to many (student/ content, teacher/ student interactions)-is where students and a teacher interact with each other online through the proses of teaching and learning.  An educator teaches them (learners), and also give them assessment and feedback.  They are allowed to communicate and ask questions.
  13. 13. My field of interest  My field of interest is English. I am interested in English because it is my major subject and I like it. .
  14. 14. Topics I would like to pursue  The kinds of topic that I would like to pursue are:  Punctuation  Figure of speech  Conjunctions'  Transactional writing  Essay writing.
  15. 15. List of references Tonny, B march (20120) http://www.tonybates.ca/2012/03/03/more-reflections- on-moocs-and-mitx/ Greig Krull, Brenda Mallinson, and Sheila Drew http://www.slideshare.net/oerafrica/the-rise-of-moocs Lyn goodnight. August 18, 2013 http://www.slideshare.net/LynGoodnight/multmedia-presentation- goodnight

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