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Signals of Success and Self-directed Learning.

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Penny Bentley, Helen Crump, Paige Cuffe, Iwona Gniadek, Briar Jamieson, Sheila MacNeill and Yishay Mor

February 10-12, 2014 in Lausanne, Switzerland. #EMOOCs2014

cMOOC on learning design - 9 weeks cMOOC Learning Design


Project based MOOC pMOOC

Team led delivery


Group projects advocated (self-forming )

Different intensity learning pathways suggested


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cMOOC on learning design - 9 weeks pMOOC Project Based


Project based MOOC pMOOC

Team led delivery


Group projects advocated (self-forming )

Different intensity learning pathways suggested


Photo Credit: by loungerie (CC-NC-SA)

cMOOC on learning design - 9 weeks


Project based MOOC pMOOC

Team Led Delivery

Team led delivery


Group projects advocated (self-forming )

Different intensity learning pathways suggested


Photo Credit: by loungerie (CC-NC-SA)

cMOOC on learning design - 9 weeks Learning Pathways + Project based MOOC pMOOC

Team led delivery


Group projects advocated (self-forming )

Different intensity learning pathways suggested


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Places and Spaces

Initiating Collaboration initiating collaboration

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Penpln OLDSMOOC Yisham Penpln RebeccaGalley OLDSMOOC Crumphelen Yisham RebeccaGalley Crumphelen

#oldsmooc #oldsmooc
Joshuau Mbjamieson Joshuau Sheilamcn Mbjamieson Graymills Sheilamcn Virtualleader Graymills
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@mhawksey TAGS Explorer

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Yvetteinmb Suewatling

Will789gb Helenwhd Will789gb Paigecuffe Helenwhd Yvetteinmb Paigecuffe Suewatling

Research Questions

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Formulating Research Questions


We propose an additional view, one
measures of success, and their perception of the success of their learning. that considers the individual learners

Research Questions

Collaborative Auto Ethnography

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Collaborative Auto Ethnography


Reflecting Individually Collectively Openly

Collaboration Location
#oldsmoop

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Key Themes

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Defining Success The Role of Connection in Achieving Learning


Self-Efficacy as a Function of Experience

Self-Direction and Adaptation

Defining Success
The authors variably define success as they intended to learn different things and differently adapted the experience to meet their context and their needs.

Defining Success

Briar and Yishay commented in an OLDSMOOC hangout in Week 7

Defining Success

The Role of Connection in Achieving Learning

The Role of Connection in Achieving Learning


Helen: Locating [a project partner] and realising that we had corresponding aims was as an important support for learning in the complex environment of OLDSMOOC.
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The Role of Connection

The Role of Connection Self-Efficacy as a Function of Experience

Self-Efficacy as a Function of Experience


Krashen's Natural Theory for second language acquisition
This is how I see my participation in CoPs and MOOCs. I need time to lower my affective filter to build confidence to find a springboard, which will take me to the centre

Yvette, October 2013. Comment in https://docs.google.com/document/d/1J3wAdcIz0jfLpfjeXYeyjuODEq2npHTTFgj_BW_ZK0/edit#

Self-Efficacy as a Function of Experience


I jumped in because I am so at home with this technology its like picking up the phone for me

Self-Direction and Adaptation

Self-Direction and Adaptation

(Hirst, 2013)

Learning is Personal
Success is a personal construct

Continuing connection supports continuing learning


Self direction and adaptation of curriculum is necessary to succeed inherent Self-efficacy improves with specific experience
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Next
#oldsmooc participants have been invited by email to participate in an online survey which includes open response questions to explore the themes identified here
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Thoughts on: Success


Although the content of the MOOC was truly inspiring, success for me experiencing the participating in a cMOOC itself. I did and thus it was successful

Thoughts on: Experience


This was the second MOOC I completed (out of about 4). I've taken more MOOCs since then as a result of my good experience here. I consider myself tech-savvy, so I don't know how others may have reacted who are not as tech savvy as I.

It was on me to be more effective, I couldn't manage to organize myself and participate even at the lowest levels. Yet, this is another thing I learnt about participating at MOOCs (self regulation!)

Connect

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Join our Conversation


#oldsmoop Penny Bentley @penpln, Australia Helen Crump @crumphelen, Ireland Paige Cuffe @paigecuffe, UK Briar Jamieson @mbjamieson, Canada Iwona Gniadek @yvetteinmb, Canada Sheila MacNeill @sheilmcn, UK Yishay Mor @yishaym, UK

Signals of Success and Self-directed Learning.


by

Penny Bentley, Helen Crump, Paige Cuffe, Iwona Gniadek, Briar Jamieson, Sheila MacNeill and Yishay Mor

February 10-12, 2014 in Lausanne, Switzerland. #EMOOCs2014