• Preetha
Real disruption in Education as GT open its classroom doors with this MOOC. A course for registered GT students and anyone in the world? What will this lead to I wonder? Thoughts?
Change: Education, Learning, and Technology
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  • chestercat
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  • anonymous
Does GT have a list of assignments they are requiring from students posted anywhere. I happen to be following this from the #Change11 side and not the GT side. I would be curious to see what their requested deliverables are for this course. Cheers, -Mark
  • anonymous
The assignments for the GT students are not finalized yet, but I will set up a blog post on http{// about them in the next few days.
  • anonymous
In the past, MOOCs have allowed students to create their own paths to learning and build learning networks that endure long after the course has been completed. (Watch George Siemens' explanation I'm also following from the #change11 side and wonder how the outcomes for the GT students allow for the "choose your own adventure" aspect that makes a MOOC a MOOC.

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