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Three Kinds of MOOCs (from Lisa’s Teaching blog)

Three Kinds of MOOCs

A very interesting classification!

Three Kinds of MOOCs

The content-based MOOC (content-based MOOC) is, in my opinion, close to the transition from face-to-face –> online courses –> MOOC. The MOOC based tasks (task-based MOOC) (or learning activities) are a great innovation of traditional online courses in the constructivist. The MOOC based networks (Network-based MOOC) are closer to a collaborative and research, which  places many more demands on participants with ability to work independently and collaboratively.

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European Union and European Universities projects for Ethiopia and Latin America. Coordination of workshops and courses in instructional design and digital teacher competencies.
I am passionate about the integration of technology and the contribution to a paradigm shift in education.
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