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Ethics for MOOCs: The Two, Four, Ten or so Commandments of #rhizo15

I've been doing a series of posts about ethics in complex spaces such as MOOCs, and I was planning to do this particular post near the end, but then #rhizo15 started, and I read some things that made me think that this was the correct time to speak.…
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Larry Lagerstrom Highlights Stanford’s Online Learning

LarryLogerstrom Dr. Lagerstrom, Director of Online Learning for Stanford’s School of Engineering, discusses Stanford’s online efforts and what may be the next big thing in online learning in this video:

Technology as the Game Changer

The post Larry Lagerstrom Highlights Stanford’s Online Learning appeared first on LectureMaker, LLC.…

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Quality Matters Monday: Standard 1.6

QMIt’s Quality Matters Monday! Each Monday, we will highlight a Quality Matters standard and review its importance in an online course and how we evaluate this standard.

Today, we are reviewing Quality Matters Standard 1.6.

Click here to view Quality Matters Standard 1.6 in the Quality Matters Rubric.

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No Agenda & Free Open Learning!

No agenda.  Free.  Open.  Interactive.  Meaningful, relevant and powerful conversations that honour the expertise of each individual in the room.  Sounds good, doesn’t it?             Do you like to learn from others? Do you like to share your passions, interests and expertise?…
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Life in Links 2015-04-12

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From Pinboard: bookmarks for johnjohnston for the most part.

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Must watch Videos for Genius Hour Teachers (and all teachers really)

1.  Sir Ken Robinson.

I love this Ted Talk and have probably watched it 20 times! The thing I don't like about it though is that he tells us about what we need in schools, that "creativity is as important as literacy and should be treated with the same status", but he doesn't give any examples as to how teachers can do that.…
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Ethics for MOOCs: Irony

I'm still exploring Woermann and Ciller's discussion of complex ethics in their article The ethics of complexity and the complexity of ethics (2012). I have found it to be such a rich line of thought, and now Rhizo15 is starting. Actually, I think this is a fine time to write this particular post.…
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Top 7 Picture Books to Help Introduce Genius Hour

I love using picture books as part of my teaching! And I don't think they are only for primary classrooms! In fact I use them regularly at the intermediate level and even when I teach University students.

Picture books make for great hooks at the beginning of lessons!
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#clmooc #lightandshadow

I’ve been missing Kim’s Friday Photos. I wondered where I would find light and shadows in my yard. The day is cool and crisp today but the sun is bright, peeking over the edge of hill across the river, illuminating the blossoms on our pear tree.…
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Hello, my name is Prof–, no Doc–, no, ugh.

I have the pleasure of teaching a course at UC San Diego called “The College Classroom.” It’s a course for graduate students and postdocs about teaching and learning in higher education. Sometimes it’s theoretical, like when we talk about constructivism or mindset, sometimes it’s practical, like when we talk about various evidence-based instructional strategies, and sometimes it’s extremely practical, like what to do and say on the first day of class of the course you’re teaching.…

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