MOOCS- IN A
CLASSROOM
WHAT EXACTLY IS A MOOC
A MOOC IS A MODEL FOR DELIVERING
LEARNING CONTENT ONLINE TO ANY
PERSON WHO WANTS TO TAKE THE COURSE
WITHOUT LIMITATION OF ...
HISTORY OF MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE
COURSES
The term was coined by a group of Canadian academics in 2008 to represent
a recently invented type of online class that de...
IT HAS BEEN FIFTEEN YEARS NOW
SINCE THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY
THE MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF
TECHNOLOGY BEGAN THE
OPENCOURSE...
COMPUTERS CONNECTED TO THE
INTERNET STARTED TO MULTIPLY IN
OFFICES, LIBRARIES, SCHOOLS
AND HOMES IN MANY PARTS OF
THE WORL...
NOWADAYS, MOBILE DEVISES AND
TABLETS HAVE AN INCREASING ROLE
IN LEARNING WITHIN NETWORKS.
PURPOSES OF MOOCS
PURPOSES OF MOOCS…CONT
Increase to higher education
Reduce costs and strengthen teaching and learning.
Add value to edu...
ADVANTAGES OF MOOCS…
• Accessibility> the online format of moocs provide accessibility and flexibility
• and eliminate the...
DISADVANTAGES OF MOOCS
• Make discussion a challenge> it is impossible to facilitate meaningful
conversation with students...
TYPES OF MOOCS
THE C-MOOCS
THE ARE DESIGNED TO EMPHASIZE CONNECTING
LEARNERS. THE C- MOOC STANDS FOR
CONNECTIVIST MOOC.
THE X-MOOC
X-MOOCS APPEAR TO HAVE DEVELOPED OUT
OF THE IDEA OF OPENCOURSEWARE AND OPEN
EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES.THEY ARE OFFE...
LIST OF MOOCS
• Edx> it combines the power of top universities like Massachusetts institute of
technology, Harvard, and un...
FIELD OF INTEREST
Psychology
TOPICS
Conflict management
Sexual transmitted infections
Career choices
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  1. 1. MOOCS- IN A CLASSROOM
  2. 2. WHAT EXACTLY IS A MOOC
  3. 3. A MOOC IS A MODEL FOR DELIVERING LEARNING CONTENT ONLINE TO ANY PERSON WHO WANTS TO TAKE THE COURSE WITHOUT LIMITATION OF ANY NATURE.
  4. 4. HISTORY OF MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSES
  5. 5. The term was coined by a group of Canadian academics in 2008 to represent a recently invented type of online class that depends on upon small group interaction for most of the instruction.
  6. 6. IT HAS BEEN FIFTEEN YEARS NOW SINCE THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY THE MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY BEGAN THE OPENCOURSEWARE PROJECT..
  7. 7. COMPUTERS CONNECTED TO THE INTERNET STARTED TO MULTIPLY IN OFFICES, LIBRARIES, SCHOOLS AND HOMES IN MANY PARTS OF THE WORLD.
  8. 8. NOWADAYS, MOBILE DEVISES AND TABLETS HAVE AN INCREASING ROLE IN LEARNING WITHIN NETWORKS.
  9. 9. PURPOSES OF MOOCS
  10. 10. PURPOSES OF MOOCS…CONT Increase to higher education Reduce costs and strengthen teaching and learning. Add value to education, particularly the learning for students, community, in order to maximize social capital
  11. 11. ADVANTAGES OF MOOCS… • Accessibility> the online format of moocs provide accessibility and flexibility • and eliminate the need for prerequisites. It is not limited to students only but • even young people can engage in moocs. • Student engagement> moocs improve students outcomes in a classroom. • Lifelong learning experiences>lifelong learning skills will be improved, for • participating in a MOOC forces you to think about your own learning and • knowledge absorption.
  12. 12. DISADVANTAGES OF MOOCS • Make discussion a challenge> it is impossible to facilitate meaningful conversation with students. • Make it easier for students to dropout>MOOCS are strictly online, not a blended experience with some classroom time. • They shrink faculties> they are the destroyers of traditional higher education.
  13. 13. TYPES OF MOOCS
  14. 14. THE C-MOOCS THE ARE DESIGNED TO EMPHASIZE CONNECTING LEARNERS. THE C- MOOC STANDS FOR CONNECTIVIST MOOC.
  15. 15. THE X-MOOC X-MOOCS APPEAR TO HAVE DEVELOPED OUT OF THE IDEA OF OPENCOURSEWARE AND OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES.THEY ARE OFFERED BY UNIVERSITIES IN PARTNERSHIP WITH PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS.
  16. 16. LIST OF MOOCS • Edx> it combines the power of top universities like Massachusetts institute of technology, Harvard, and university of California to create top-notch classes. • Audacity> it is a collection of moocs, mostly related to computers. • Coursera>it is a free online course for learners. • Udemy> lots of courses created by experts across the world.
  17. 17. FIELD OF INTEREST Psychology
  18. 18. TOPICS Conflict management Sexual transmitted infections Career choices

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