Turning a MOOC Into a Network of Schools Collaborating | Mediashift | PBS

See on Scoop.itUsing Technology to Transform Learning

Co-authored with Avery Holton MOOCs, or massive open online courses, have been alternately heralded as the future of online education and a flop. Although MOOCs promise education for the masses, they often have mass desertions after the first week and are lucky to have 10 percent completion rates.

Norton Gusky‘s insight:

This example from Utah and Texas has been replicated in places like India where sub-groups form and take advantage of the large-scale delivery of content with smaller group interactions for engagement.

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