MOOCs pedagogical and didactical approaches

Slavi Stoyanov, Fred De Vries

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    Abstract

    The paper explores different issues and trends in regard to MOOCs pedagogical and didactical approaches applying the Group Concept Mapping methodology (GCM). Group Concept Mapping is a participative research methodology that identifies in an objective way the shared vision of a group of experts on a particu-lar issue (e.g. MOOC pedagogical and didactical approaches). Seventy-nine ideas have been generated and they were grouped in the following thematic categories: Learning design, Curriculum design, Methodologies, Learning network, Self-regulated learning, Assessment, Technology & Scaling, Participation and Organisation. The study’s results provide an empirical basis for making in-formed suggestions as how to combine the principles and instructional design guidelines of xMOOC and cMOOC.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationMOOCs in Europe
    Subtitle of host publicationOverview of papers representing a collective European response on MOOCs as presented during the HOME conference in Rome November 2015
    EditorsDarco Jansen, Lizzie Konings
    Place of PublicationMaastricht, the Netherlands
    PublisherEuropean Association of Distance Teaching Universities
    Pages155-169
    Number of pages15
    ISBN (Electronic)978-90-79730-19-3
    Publication statusPublished - Jun 2016
    EventWOW! Europe embraces MOOCs - UNINETTUNO's Multimedia Classroom, Rome, Italy
    Duration: 30 Nov 201530 Nov 2015
    https://home.eadtu.eu/news/101-wow-europe-embraces-moocs

    Conference

    ConferenceWOW! Europe embraces MOOCs
    Country/TerritoryItaly
    CityRome
    Period30/11/1530/11/15
    Internet address

    Keywords

    • MOOC
    • Didactics
    • Instructional design
    • Group Concept Mapping

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