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The pedagogy of MOOCs

Tips and Tricks


Tutorial: All you need to know about MOOCs Hanneke Duisterwinkel h.j.g.duisterwinkel@tue.nl

Eindhoven University of Technology

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The TU/e vision on education

The focus is on the students learning process The lecturer facilitate that learning process

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TU/e and MOOCs

28th of APRIL 2014: Sports and Building Dynamics Fall 2014: Process Mining (big data)

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MOOC project team

MOOC Project Leader

Professor

Information Expertise Center

Communication Expertise Center

Video production

Educational support

ICT Services

Data expertise

Community engagement

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The characteristics of good learning are that it:


Encourages reflection Enables dialogue Fosters collaboration Applies theory learnt to practice Creates a community of peers Enables creativity Motivates the learners

*(Conole 2013)

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Principles of a MOOC

Retrieval and testing for learning Mastery Learning

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Key ingredients of a MOOC


Lectures Communication Assessments

Note: a good course design is essential

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Video lectures

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Video lectures
Screen-capture lectures Video-recorded classes Mini-lectures Animated lectures PowerPoint lectures with audio

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Tips and Tricks

Keep it brief and to the point Train the lecturer in presenting in front of the camera Be really enthusiastic Animate written text Open strong Practice

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Communication
E-mail / announcements Discussion forum Google hangout Social media Meet-ups Course Wiki

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Tips and Tricks


Safe environment Use students from earlier runs in your moderator team As a professor, take a back-seat role in the forum Use weekly updates, Google hangout or meet-ups No need to devote too much attention to negative posts Delete inappropriate posts

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Assessment

Through video quizzes Stand-alone quizzes Programming assignments Peer assessment

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Quizzes
Radio (multiple choice) Drop-down Checkbox Numeric Multiple numeric Short answer Short answer (regular expression) Multiple short answer (list) Javascript Grid & Likert style

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Assessment

Through video quizzes Stand-alone quizzes Programming assignments Peer assessment

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Tips and Tricks

Make the assessment transparent for students Have test questions checked Use clear, well-structured rubrics Dont assess on English grammar Make sure students practice their assessement skils Be sure you can randomize your quizzes Have a balanced grading policy

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Checklist for Lecturers


What are the topics? What are the learning objectives? What are the criteria? For whom is it primarily intended? What is the workload? Which assignment(s) will you use? What is the grading policy? What course material(s) will you use? Do you have the copyright to use the materials? How can you facilitate the learning process?

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Flip the classroom with MOOCs

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