I’ve been following #etmooc with interest, but with the hectic first week in our Electronic Village Online about neuroscience in Education (#brainELT…), I haven’t been much of a contributor, but an active listener.
What I’ve been trying to explore with much interest and anticipation is how a MOOC develops, unfolds, how conversations start and persist, and, mainly how participants perceive this whole experience of being in a massive online professional development opportunity and react to it. Continue reading →
January 14th. A date to remember for two very good reasons. It is the launching of #etmooc , with an amazing line-up of organizers, the wonderful team of “conspirators ” <http://etmooc.org/sample-page/course-conspirators/. My expectations are high and besides the discussions on the Ed Tech field and the connections, I’m always interested in how these online experiences are organized, mainly to enhance conversations, discussions, distributed in online spaces.…Continue reading →