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Jaap Bosman

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    "The sample size (n=742) was. slightly below 13% of the theoretical. population, which sufficiently ensures consistency in. reliability". And I do put some question marks here!
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    "The sample size
    (n=742)
    was
    slightly below 13% of the theoretical population,
    which sufficiently ensures consistency in
    reliability"
Jaap Bosman

A-Z list of Web 2.0 Teaching Tools - 0 views

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    For further study as an online teacher
Jaap Bosman

Educational Leadership:Reading: The Core Skill:Got Grit? - 0 views

  • We know and understand some of this, of course. We work to help our students have a positive attitude about school, be good citizens, and accept others. Every teacher values student effort and responsibility. Yet an overlooked quality—one that is crucial in achieving success in the real world—is grit.

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    Frustration as positive force?
Cris Crissman

Open Ed Resources Map- The Ed Techie - 0 views

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    Looking at "evidence" for OER -- hard not soft

    Downes, OLDaily: As Martin Weller summarizes, "The impact map (http://oermap.org/) has been developed largely by Rob Farrow and Martin Hawksey, and features lots of Hawksey-goodness. You can do the following on the map:

    Look at evidence for any one of our 11 hypotheses (eg. for hypothesis A regarding performance)
    Look at the flow of evidence
    Examine evidence by country
    Filter evidence by sector, polarity, hypothesis, country
    Explore the map for OER policies (a work in progress)."

    This is more than I was expecting from the OER mapping project, so I'm pleasantly surprised. -- Downes, OLDAily, Ap 9
Cris Crissman

A Big Little Idea Called Legibility - 0 views

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    suggested by Maha
Cris Crissman

Can Online Teaching Improve Face to Face Instruction? - 0 views

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    Thank goodness for POTcert! "The relative dearth of experience with online teaching (including a lack of mentors) requires the instructor to construct a workable pedagogy, or face numerous negative consequences."
Scott Johnson

edidaktik - 0 views

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    Models shown for medical students but cross over to any field.
Cris Crissman

Responsive Design - 0 views

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    A how-to
Cris Crissman

MOOC.CA - 0 views

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    MOOC directory hosted by Siemens and Downes
Cris Crissman

~ Stephen's Web - 0 views

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    Register for Downes's daily update on what's happening in education -- with a special interest in MOOCs since Downes was a founding father with George Siemens.
Cris Crissman

A University's Offer of Credit for a MOOC Gets No Takers - Technology - The Chronicle o... - 0 views

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    Early efforts to award credit for MOOCs . . .
Cris Crissman

MOOCs and the Democratization of Online Education - 0 views

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    Interesting discussion of the MOOC as a "tool for empowerment."
Cris Crissman

Beyond Content Delivery: teaching critical thinking skills in a MOOC - 0 views

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    MOOC professors compare notes on teaching more than content in a MOOC
Cris Crissman

K12 free online courses - 1 views

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    Global directory for MOOCs
Cris Crissman

An open university prep course - MOOC for basic skills » Dave's Educational Blog - 1 views

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    MOOC for high schoolers to prep for university
Cris Crissman

DS106 on the couch - 2 views

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    Rogue MOOC? DS106?
Cris Crissman

week 21 potcert Open learning | Hit the balloon and comment - 1 views

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    Jaap makes some connections between open, interaction, knowledge, and MOOCs. Lots of helpful links shared.
Cris Crissman

The Interaction Equivalency (EQuiv) Website | The Equivalency Theorem information shari... - 0 views

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    Jaap recommends a presentation about interaction equivalency theorem shared by Terry Anderson in Change 11.
Cris Crissman

Professional Learning in Massive Open Online Courses | littlebylittlejohn.com - 1 views

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    Downes, OLDaily, April 3, 2014:



    I can only assume they're not talking about our MOOCs: "A study by researchers at Glasgow Caledonian University and Harvard University published April 2014 found that massive open online courses (MOOCs) encourage passive learning among professionals." And the criticisms of these traditional MOOCs are exactly why we structure our MOOCs the way we do: "MOOCs miss the opportunity to exploit the knowledge and expertise diverse groups of healthcare professionals bring to the course." The report findings can be found here. And do follow the link for Allison Littlejohn's comments.
Silvia Gallo

2020 Vision: Outlook for online learning in 2014 and way beyond - See more at: http://w... - 2 views

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    Doug Saunders in the Globe and Mail on January 4 wrote an interesting piece on prediction, entitled: "Gadgets alone don't make the future." Having shown how amazingly accurate technologists in 1961 were in predicting what technologies would roll out in the future, he also showed how poorly they predicted how these gadgets would impact on our lives. In summary: - See more at: http://www.tonybates.ca/2014/01/12/2020-vision-outlook-for-online-learning-in-2014-and-way-beyond/#sthash.yNyoX3RI.dpuf
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