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Massive Open Online courses
What is MOOc?
A brief History of MOOCs.
The types of MOOCs.
Fields of interest
MOOCs Defined
Moocs is an internet connect learning
experience which enables large amounts of
learners to access their lea...
2004 - George Siemons and Stephen Downe’s
developed the theory of connectivism, which
is defined as learning with the role...
2011 – MOOCs for the college prep skills
helps freshmen prepare for college
requirements (Cormier,2011).
2012 – Harvard’s ...
2013 – CMOOCs and XMOOCs too numerous
to accurately count.
XMOOCs
This MOOC focuses mostly on Instructivist
approaches to teaching as the instructor
along with the support team, rec...
CMOOC
This MOOC tends to focus more on
constructivist and connectivist approaches to
learning.
Learning truly happens when...
EMS
Topics to pursue in EMS:
Economics & Management Science defined.
Resources.
Businesses.
The economic Environment.
Young en...
http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/news/feminists-
challenge-moocs-with-docc/2006596.article
http://www.onlinecolleges....
MOOC - Massive open online courses
MOOC - Massive open online courses
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MOOC - Massive open online courses

  1. 1. Massive Open Online courses
  2. 2. What is MOOc? A brief History of MOOCs. The types of MOOCs. Fields of interest
  3. 3. MOOCs Defined Moocs is an internet connect learning experience which enables large amounts of learners to access their learning materials and everything they need digitally, online and free of charge.
  4. 4. 2004 - George Siemons and Stephen Downe’s developed the theory of connectivism, which is defined as learning with the role of social and cultural context. 2008 - The first MOOC was presented at the University of Manitoba with approximately 2200 learners. 2010 – video’s about MOOCs added to Youtube by Dave Cormier.
  5. 5. 2011 – MOOCs for the college prep skills helps freshmen prepare for college requirements (Cormier,2011). 2012 – Harvard’s first MOOC has approximately 370 000 registraterd learners (Pappano,2012). Coursera launches from Stanford: Offers first XMOOCs (Chen,2012) The New York Times call 2012 “The year of the MOOCs.”(Pappano,2012).
  6. 6. 2013 – CMOOCs and XMOOCs too numerous to accurately count.
  7. 7. XMOOCs This MOOC focuses mostly on Instructivist approaches to teaching as the instructor along with the support team, record and provide video lecturer for learning. Knowledge that learners have acquired are then practiced through formative testing/ assessment as they are assessed in some sort of graded activity.
  8. 8. CMOOC This MOOC tends to focus more on constructivist and connectivist approaches to learning. Learning truly happens when learners interact with authentic materials. This approach is learner centred.
  9. 9. EMS
  10. 10. Topics to pursue in EMS: Economics & Management Science defined. Resources. Businesses. The economic Environment. Young entrepreneurs . Your career. Supply & Demand.
  11. 11. http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/news/feminists- challenge-moocs-with-docc/2006596.article http://www.onlinecolleges.net/2012/12/09/the-year-of- the-moocs-top-stories-trends-and-lessons-learned/ http://www.technologyreview.com/news/512256/in-the- developing-world-moocs-start-to-get-real/ http://www.edtechmagazine.com/higher/article/2013/06/wil l-moocs-disrupt-higher-education-or-level-playing-field- infographic http://blogs.cornell.edu/olinda/2013/06/02/preparing-for- mpa-economics-courses/ http://interoccupy.net/blog/occupy-economics/

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