The How to Teach Online Massively Open Online Course (MOOC) is coming to an end. As usual, I am fashionably late. However, with this reflection post, I am almost done! It has been a struggle the last few weeks to keep up with all of the other projects on the stove. However, this MOOC has […]
This week’s module was on creating Critical Thinking learning environments. I have to say that when I first started reading the materials for this section of the How To Teach Online Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), I felt a bit like Marty McFly: The concept of Critical Thinking and integrating it into an online course […]
I have a three hour layover at the Detroit-Metro Airport and I am determined to be a productive bee and utilize this time to get caught up on Week #3 of the How To Teach Online MOOC (#tomooc). This week’s information (which was actually last week’s information) on building an online community is particularly relevant […]
Aloha! Yes, I really am that far behind and yes the MOOC gods are laughing. I am still on Week 2 and the MOOC train is passing me by. So, in the spirit of Dr. Melissa Kaulbach’s challenge to #TOMOOCers, I have made a video reflecting on the things that I have learned and done […]
This week was Week #1 of the How To Teach Online Massive Open Online Course (#tomooc). It was a bit of a struggle to keep up with finishing up one mooc and starting another. But I am motivated, and motivation is always worth its weight in gold. The content this week was surprisingly interesting. As […]
Here is my introduction artifact for Week 0 of the How to Teach Online Massive Online Open Course (MOOC). Enjoy!
One lonely Sunday night, searching the Twitter feed, I come across an interesting post from an Australian in my Personal Learning Network (PLN) @ActivateLearn. After a few clicks, I am now enrolled in yet another Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) titled “How to Teach Online” presented by Leeward Community College in Hawaii. At least when at […]