By Jean-Charles Pomerol, Yves Epelboin, Claire Thoury
MOOCs (Massive on-line Open classes) are shaking up the conventional different types of fundamental and carrying on with schooling and coaching. those new distance instructing instruments which make the most of the internet and social community revolution are making us re-evaluate approximately how we educate and examine.
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A MOOC on the art of fly fishing may attract a large audience of anglers; another about investment in Florida or Morocco a large audience of retirees; another on the history of the War of Independence could be very useful in primary schools. There is no age or social category which is beyond the reach of MOOCs. MOOCs are open to all audiences who wish to acquire knowledge without paying and outside of an organized system. MOOCs are particularly interesting for audiences who do not tend to meet up in their normal lives, either because they are geographically far apart or because they do not like conventional education.
We can consider these as being integrated into the time worked by the community manager. Similarly, in face-to-face teaching, we neglect the time taken for consultation and panels. The row “Writing of corrected exercises” corresponds to the necessity, in scientific disciplines, to put exercises to the students, which are crucial in order for them to be able to assimilate the theoretical aspects, and the teacher to be able to check their comprehension. This is traditionally done in applied work classes, but 38 MOOCs in exceptional cases, teachers will give students written corrections.
E. 32 hours, for 8 hours of video. It is certainly true that the more we reduce the time devoted to production and editing, the more the quality suffers, and increasingly, the end result begins to look like a simple filmed version of an oral lecture, without illustrations on paper, tablet or interactive whiteboard. The time taken to format the documents is tricky to evaluate, as is the illustration, because it depends on the disciplines, the materials, and is specific to each subject. It also depends on the quality and structuring of the documents written by the teachers (we imagine they provide the technicians with these documents in electronic form).
MOOCs: Design, Use and Business Models by Jean-Charles Pomerol, Yves Epelboin, Claire Thoury