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lupogarcia

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I'm designing a MOOC in international Development. I think it's interesting and it can be lots of fun. At this point, I still haven't got any funding for it, but hopefully, one day... I would appr...

MOOC cMOOC xMOOC gamification inclusiveness open course

started by lupogarcia on 01 Dec 14 no follow-up yet
lupogarcia

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I'm designing a MOOC in international Development. I think it's interesting and it can be lots of fun. At this point, I still haven't got any funding for it, but hopefully, one day... I would appr...

MOOC cMOOC xMOOC gamification inclusiveness open course

started by lupogarcia on 01 Dec 14 no follow-up yet
lupogarcia

Feedback please - 0 views

I'm designing a MOOC in international Development. I think it's interesting and it can be lots of fun. At this point, I still haven't got any funding for it, but hopefully, one day... I would appr...

MOOC cMOOC xMOOC gamification inclusiveness open course

started by lupogarcia on 01 Dec 14 no follow-up yet
Elke Lackner

Four trends in tech that every trainee teacher should know about | Education | theguard... - 2 views

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    This article is not only about open education or open learningm, but about trends in tech that trainee teachers should be aware of. One of them is the MOOC trend. What is missing is the OER trend and its implications.
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    This is exactly what I need to learn as I develop our home school. I would be grateful for more insights.
Leticia Lafuente López

Gamification, Learning and World change - 10 views

An interesting video about Second Life being used in Learning: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qj_fKnZRoNI

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embioptera

Gamification: Creating new education tools by applying video games to classroom learning - 6 views

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    Some of readings in module 2 made me thing of this radio report. It gives an interesting look at gamification in education, focusing on highschool and college levels. While they don't directing talk about open knowledge I think gamification is something important to consider and look at when thinking of alternative forms of education.
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    A good combination of game and education can definitely inspire more children to learn. So if wen can combine game and education, we may also be able to bring social media (i.e. Facebook, twitter) into our classroom, which could inspire university students to study.
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