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Revolution Or Hype:
MOOCs And The K-12 Student
	
  
Jason Neiffer
Tech-­‐Savvy	
  Teacher-­‐in-­‐Residence,	
  Northwest	
...
Paperless	
  Handouts	
  
h=p://jasonlinks.net/ncceevernote	
  
My point of view…
Virtual	
  School	
  Curriculum	
  Director	
  
K-­‐12	
  Online	
  Teacher	
  
College	
  
Online	
  
Teacher	
  
Nerd	
 ...
http://jasonlinks.net/moocmoney
Common Understanding
MOOC:	
  
“Massive,	
  Open	
  Online	
  Course”	
  
Massive:	
  
100?	
  
1000?	
  
10,000?	
  
100,000?	
  
Open:	
  
Campus?	
  
State?	
  
Country?	
  
World	
  
Online:	
...
Instructor	
  
Developed?	
  
Instructor	
  
Monitored?	
  
Instructor	
  
Assessed?	
  
CredenXal,	
  
Credit	
  or	
  
B...
MOOC Learning Design
Who	
  designs?	
  
Lecture-­‐Focused	
  
Aggressive	
  Use	
  of	
  Discussion	
  
and	
  Social	
  Learning	
  
“InformaXon	
  OrchestraXon”...
MOOC and Assessment
“Faith	
  Based”	
  
Assessment	
  
Automated	
  ObjecXve	
  
Assessment	
  
Social	
  Grading	
  
Discussion	
  
Inside a MOOC
http://jasonlinks.net/moocprealgebra
MOOC Platforms
http://www.coursesites.com
Image:	
  Torpak	
  Hopper	
  
https://code.google.com/p/course-builder/
Image:	
  Torpak	
  Hopper	
  
http://www.openmooc.org
Image:	
  Torpak	
  Hoper	
  
Moodle or other LMSs
Other Open Platforms
Image:	
  TorpakHopper	
  
Yay!
Affordable	
  
Scalable	
  
Social	
  Learning	
  
Ehhh…	
  Good	
  Enough?	
  
http://jasonlinks.net/moocnyt
Boo!
Too	
  disrupXve?	
  
Low	
  passage	
  rates	
  
Lack	
  of	
  security/assurance	
  
Too	
  lecture	
  dependent	
  
Tea...
Ko	
  and	
  Rosen	
  
(2010)	
  
•  Move	
  courses	
  
beyond	
  
“knowledge	
  
level”	
  
•  Assessment	
  is	
  
criX...
Use Cases
MOOCs in K-12?
http://jasonlinks.net/moocengagement
MOOCs in Blended Learning
MOOCs to Individualize Instruction
MOOCs to Provide Self-Driven P.D.
Try	
  Out	
  a	
  MOOC!	
  
http://www.mooc-list.com
Do	
  a	
  Needs	
  Assessment	
  
Don’t	
  Fall	
  for	
  Hype	
  
http://jasonlinks.net/moocft
“A	
  few	
  mo(vated	
  groups,	
  such	
  as	
  older	
  
employees	
  trying	
  to	
  keep	
  pace,	
  reservists	
  in...
Learn	
  More	
  
http://www.ncce.org
Jason	
  Neiffer	
  
Tech-­‐Savvy	
  Teacher-­‐in-­‐Residence,	
  NCCE	
  
Doctoral	
  Candidate,	
  the	
  University	
  o...
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Revolution Or Hype MOOCs And The K-12 Student
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Revolution Or Hype MOOCs And The K-12 Student
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  1. 1. Revolution Or Hype: MOOCs And The K-12 Student   Jason Neiffer Tech-­‐Savvy  Teacher-­‐in-­‐Residence,  Northwest  Council  for  Computer  Educa=on     Curriculum  Director,  Montana  Digital  Academy   Doctoral  Candidate,  the  University  of  Montana    
  2. 2. Paperless  Handouts   h=p://jasonlinks.net/ncceevernote  
  3. 3. My point of view…
  4. 4. Virtual  School  Curriculum  Director   K-­‐12  Online  Teacher   College   Online   Teacher   Nerd   OER  Advocate   Teaching   Advocate   Willing  to   Fail   College   Face-­‐to-­‐ Face   Teacher  
  5. 5. http://jasonlinks.net/moocmoney
  6. 6. Common Understanding
  7. 7. MOOC:   “Massive,  Open  Online  Course”  
  8. 8. Massive:   100?   1000?   10,000?   100,000?   Open:   Campus?   State?   Country?   World   Online:   LMS?   Open   PlaUorm?   Mobile?  
  9. 9. Instructor   Developed?   Instructor   Monitored?   Instructor   Assessed?   CredenXal,   Credit  or   Badge?  
  10. 10. MOOC Learning Design
  11. 11. Who  designs?  
  12. 12. Lecture-­‐Focused   Aggressive  Use  of  Discussion   and  Social  Learning   “InformaXon  OrchestraXon”   Automated  Learning   Environments  
  13. 13. MOOC and Assessment
  14. 14. “Faith  Based”   Assessment   Automated  ObjecXve   Assessment   Social  Grading   Discussion  
  15. 15. Inside a MOOC
  16. 16. http://jasonlinks.net/moocprealgebra
  17. 17. MOOC Platforms
  18. 18. http://www.coursesites.com Image:  Torpak  Hopper  
  19. 19. https://code.google.com/p/course-builder/ Image:  Torpak  Hopper  
  20. 20. http://www.openmooc.org Image:  Torpak  Hoper  
  21. 21. Moodle or other LMSs
  22. 22. Other Open Platforms Image:  TorpakHopper  
  23. 23. Yay!
  24. 24. Affordable   Scalable   Social  Learning   Ehhh…  Good  Enough?  
  25. 25. http://jasonlinks.net/moocnyt
  26. 26. Boo!
  27. 27. Too  disrupXve?   Low  passage  rates   Lack  of  security/assurance   Too  lecture  dependent   Teacher  quality  sXll  important  
  28. 28. Ko  and  Rosen   (2010)   •  Move  courses   beyond   “knowledge   level”   •  Assessment  is   criXcal  to   course   effecXveness   Lehman  and   Conceicao  (2010)   •  Teacher  social   presence   criXcal  to   online   learning   •  End  users   have  be=er   outcomes   with  an   instrucXonal   presence  
  29. 29. Use Cases
  30. 30. MOOCs in K-12? http://jasonlinks.net/moocengagement
  31. 31. MOOCs in Blended Learning
  32. 32. MOOCs to Individualize Instruction
  33. 33. MOOCs to Provide Self-Driven P.D.
  34. 34. Try  Out  a  MOOC!  
  35. 35. http://www.mooc-list.com
  36. 36. Do  a  Needs  Assessment  
  37. 37. Don’t  Fall  for  Hype  
  38. 38. http://jasonlinks.net/moocft
  39. 39. “A  few  mo(vated  groups,  such  as  older   employees  trying  to  keep  pace,  reservists  in  the   US  military  and  ambiXous  youngsters  in  places   such  as  India,  tend  to  finish  online  degrees.  But   most  people,  including  Mr  Thrun’s  enrollees,   rapidly  lose  interest.  The  real  challenge  facing   US  educators,  in  other  words,  is  to  mo(vate  the   unenthused  majority.  This  is  far  easier  said  than   done.  You  can  lead  a  horse  to  water  but  you   cannot  make  it  drink.”  
  40. 40. Learn  More  
  41. 41. http://www.ncce.org
  42. 42. Jason  Neiffer   Tech-­‐Savvy  Teacher-­‐in-­‐Residence,  NCCE   Doctoral  Candidate,  the  University  of  Montana  (Go  Griz!)   Curriculum  Director,  Montana  Digital  Academy     Twi=er:   @techsavvyteach   @ncce_edtech     Blog:   h=p://blog.ncce.org     Contact  for  CollaboraXon  and  Training:   h=p://www.neiffer.com   h=p://www.ncce.org    

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