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?
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?
How can assess (and accredit) rhizomatic tasks in higher education? or, it is conflicting?
Possible follow-up on last week's question
Comment from: artifactor Visitor
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.
Comment from: bnleez Visitor
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!