Hyperlearning and getting started with MOOC

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

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Hyperlearning and getting started with MOOC

  1. 1. HYPERLEARNINGA fresh perspective on learning, collaboration and the wisdom of teams
  2. 2. MASSIVE ONLINE OPEN COURSESMOOC
  3. 3. Learning in Flux
  4. 4. Four dimensions
  5. 5. • Become a self-learner• Develop your creativemuscles
  6. 6. The ‘easy’ way• Read blogs• Watch TED videos on the treadmill• Listen to audio books• Think…• Until MOOC came along…
  7. 7. Meet Tina
  8. 8. FORM YOUR TEAM
  9. 9. A MESSAGE FROM‘MANAGEMENT’…
  10. 10. The First Crowd sourced Revolution
  11. 11. THE PROBLEM…
  12. 12. Crowdsourced Team• Self-organising• Google Doc• Hang outs• Emails• The relay races leadership rotation• Energy flow
  13. 13. Sweeeet
  14. 14. How to evaluate 20000 students?
  15. 15. More projects• Chindogu• Pets• Failure• Going beyond the course…
  16. 16. Problems you want to solve…• Email• Teaching Kids Creativity• Hyperthinking Virtual Summer School
  17. 17. Team• Self organised• Self structured• Self learning: tools (google doc, hangouts,design, mapping)• Energy flow – the relay race• Trust
  18. 18. THE WORLD OF MOOC
  19. 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. 20. OverviewStrategic useInteresting model for be together withprestigous universities as brandawareness.• Launched 2012• University• 3,2 Million users
  21. 21. ED
  22. 22. Meet Dan Ariely
  23. 23. A CrowdSourced Essay
  24. 24. Udemy
  25. 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. 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. 27. THINGS YOU CAN DO TOHYPERLEARN WITH MOOC
  28. 28. 1) Join several MOOCs
  29. 29. 2) Get involved and participate(form a team, engage in thecommunity)
  30. 30. 3) Karmic rule of MOOC: you getwhat you give
  31. 31. 4) Unleash the power of yourteam/community
  32. 32. 5) Explore new forms ofcollaboration with total strangers
  33. 33. 6) Take the test
  34. 34. 7) Teach
  35. 35. MORE ON HYPERTHINKER.COM@PWEISSFACEBOOK.COM/HYPERTHINKING

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