IHAQ#4 on EdTechTalk

IHAQ#4 on EdTechTalk (Google+ Community) begins later today.  Past questions that have led to potential questions for this week:

Featured Question:
From  +Paul Allison   via  https://twitter.com/youthvoices

What would a K-12 MOOC have in it? What connections would it nurture? Would teachers codesign it with students? Do they exist?

Other Questions That May Be Addressed:

From +Benjamin L. Stewart 
How can instruction and assessment (not accreditation) "live as one" within an online course.

Why does Mitra anger so many in education?  
http://www.digitalcounterrevolution.co.uk/2014/sugata-mitra-edtech-neoliberalism/

and
Curious, is it possible to pull info (using a hashtag) from blog posts without sharing in Twitter, facebook, Google+, etc? 

From +Clarissa Bezerra 
Best ways to approach/handle teenage smart-phone use/addiction <nervous-thumbs syndrome> 🙂 in the classroom?

From https://twitter.com/joseluisserrano
How can assess (and accredit) rhizomatic tasks in higher education? or, it is conflicting? 

From: https://twitter.com/EarlyYearsErica
Teachers are subverting education policy rubbish to ensure children have creative learning experiences! Good! #eduquestion time

Possible follow-up on last week's question
http://benjaminlstewart.com/eduquestion-matrix/

2 thoughts on “IHAQ#4 on EdTechTalk

  1. Basically, use the term "MOOC" very loosely (if you must use the term at all), and realize the technologies can bring K-12 classrooms together: forming connections, communities, and collaborative learning experiences while still adhering to a curriculum.  Don't fret over terms like "massive" and "open", but do fret over what your learners are understanding and doing!

  2. So glad I stayed for the "after show" about edX. I was introduced to it by following Dave C to the MakerPhysics exercise and now am waiting for mooc.org to invite me to try it out.

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