Democratization of Education - How do you define this?
Fri, Dec 18 2015 07:00 | access, cMOOC, definition, discourse, education, equity, linguistics, MOOC, xMOOC
I've been trying to catch up with things I've saved in my Pocket reading list over the course of this past semester, and one of the articles (or blog posts?) came across was about how MOOCs have failed to democratize education, and given that this was one of the fundamental goals of MOOCs this is a problem.I don't think I know where exactly this goal, or rhetoric, about democratizing education came
Some Friday homework posted here. I was listening to Audrey Watters's keynote address at CETIS a few weeks ago and I thought this would make some good material for thinking and a critique - so here it is. Your thoughts?Watters, A. (2014, June). Un-Fathom-able: The Hidden History of Ed-Tech. Keynote presented at the 2014 Center for Educational Technology, Interoperability and Standards
Books making us stupid?
Tue, Feb 4 2014 18:00 | #rhizo14, books, cartoons, cMOOC, dialogue, discourse, information, knowledge, learning, MOOC, popCulture, rhetoricalQ, rhizomatic
Well, we've made it to Week 4 of #rhizo14, a full two-thirds done with this rhizomatic thing. But wait, if rhizomes are all middle with no beginning and end, what does two-thirds actually mean?I guess the topic of the week is the printed medium, and the overall question of "is Books making us stupid?" The question brought up immediately the mental image of Homer Simpson, from the show The Simpsons,