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1.   Prepare you to be released from value judgments     about your own experiences in the     teaching/learning process2....
American families of 4 are considered impoverished if they make less than $22,000 per                          yearIt is e...
Hunger                   Disease           Global Warming                  Terrorism           K-12 Education            R...
Imagine a World Problem that  Does Not Involve Education
Imagine a World in Which…
What Would They Do? How Would They Spend Their Time?What Would Happen to Their Children?
By 2025, 98 million graduates ofsecondary education WILL NOT beable to attend college
To serve these students, 4 largecampuses, serving 30,000students, would have to be builtEVERY WEEK for the next 15 years
Imagine a world in which       everyone       could learn       anything       anywhere        anytime           for      ...
 Education   becomes ubiquitously available at little or no cost Twoelements that are essential to education—content and...
Content/InformationWikipedia          Google         iTunes          YouTube  Communication/Interaction (Web 2.0)  Skype  ...
Threatened by New Competition                                   Many                                Alternative           ...
MOOCs
Harvard and MIT are donating $30 million each to develop education via the Internet. Online students will notearn credit, ...
C
Open Education is an Imperative
MOOCs and the Impact on Higher Education
MOOCs and the Impact on Higher Education
MOOCs and the Impact on Higher Education
MOOCs and the Impact on Higher Education
MOOCs and the Impact on Higher Education
MOOCs and the Impact on Higher Education
MOOCs and the Impact on Higher Education
MOOCs and the Impact on Higher Education
MOOCs and the Impact on Higher Education
MOOCs and the Impact on Higher Education
MOOCs and the Impact on Higher Education
MOOCs and the Impact on Higher Education
MOOCs and the Impact on Higher Education
MOOCs and the Impact on Higher Education
MOOCs and the Impact on Higher Education
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MOOCs and the Impact on Higher Education

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MOOCs and the Impact on Higher Education

  1. 1. 1. Prepare you to be released from value judgments about your own experiences in the teaching/learning process2. Show that new learning technology improves teaching/learning by saving time, providing more and meaningful, timely feedback3. Illustrate the ways in which teaching/learning are going beyond the conventional boundaries in search of improvement
  2. 2. American families of 4 are considered impoverished if they make less than $22,000 per yearIt is estimated that the poverty rate for children will rise to 25% This is the largest generation to be raised in hard times since the Great Depression
  3. 3. Hunger Disease Global Warming Terrorism K-12 Education Religious Strife Population GrowthEnvironmental Degradation Economic Development Natural Catastrophes Energy
  4. 4. Imagine a World Problem that Does Not Involve Education
  5. 5. Imagine a World in Which…
  6. 6. What Would They Do? How Would They Spend Their Time?What Would Happen to Their Children?
  7. 7. By 2025, 98 million graduates ofsecondary education WILL NOT beable to attend college
  8. 8. To serve these students, 4 largecampuses, serving 30,000students, would have to be builtEVERY WEEK for the next 15 years
  9. 9. Imagine a world in which everyone could learn anything anywhere anytime for free
  10. 10.  Education becomes ubiquitously available at little or no cost Twoelements that are essential to education—content and communication— which are already commoditized Thecommodification of education both threatens and provides huge opportunities for universities
  11. 11. Content/InformationWikipedia Google iTunes YouTube Communication/Interaction (Web 2.0) Skype Facebook Twitter Learning Pathways Flat World KahnOCWC Merlot Connexions Knowledge Academy
  12. 12. Threatened by New Competition Many Alternative Providers Free Free Supplemental Instruction Content Traditional HigherAlternative Education AccessibleStandards Repositories & Values Proliferating Learning Projects
  13. 13. MOOCs
  14. 14. Harvard and MIT are donating $30 million each to develop education via the Internet. Online students will notearn credit, but the move is still seen as bringing prestige to the field.
  15. 15. C
  16. 16. Open Education is an Imperative

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