Rebecca Griffiths explores an intriguing and potentially high impact application of online learning: MOOCs in the Classroom?
What happens when faculty are encouraged to adapt MOOCs intended for large global audiences for use in traditional classroom settings and curriculum? Can this “off label use” bring benefits like improved learning outcomes or the ability to educate more students in a given course? How can institutions make informed, evidence-based choices about the use of these technology enabled courses on their own campuses?
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egbert abiad - I would appreciate reading about MOOCs in the classroom. Thank you. 2014.04.14
Scott Petri - Thanks for an excellent resource. I am interested in learning about transferring the MOOC model into middle and high schools. I look forward to your full report this Spring. http://petridishing.net/2014/06/30/moocs-in-the-classroom/ 2014.06.30
Rebecca J. Griffiths