“ECM Show #1 What is a MOOC? with @[email protected] #ecmatters”
by Vicki Davis with Lee Graham and Colin Osterhout

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What is a Mooc?
2/10/2013
Lee Graham and Colin Osterhout

Dr. Lee Graham and her student Colin Osterhout talk about the #diffimooc and what it has meant to their college classroom

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Listen to Dr. Lee Graham talk about MOOCS and how they are impacting education.

Thanks to Dr. Lee Graham and Colin Osterhout for being the first guests on the show to talk about the #diffimooc (see Dr. Graham's article “#Diffimooc launches next week.”)

I really wanted to understand what it is like to run a MOOC (Massively Open Online Course) and also what it is like to be a student (Colin) who is also a co-teacher – something unique to MOOCs. How can you have a massively open online course that is free and paid? What does it look like?

What is a MOOC? Show Notes

In this episode we go inside the buzz on MOOCs as we talk with a professor who started one and a Student who participated. Both believe MOOCs are indicative of a transformation that will impact all classrooms.Follow:@coolcatteacher@ak_leeg@costerhout @bamradionetwork

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BIOS: Dr. Lee Graham is the Coordinator of STEM and an Associate Professor at the University of Alaska Southeast. She teaches online courses in Educational Technology to students across the state of Alaska and embraced MOOC: the Differentiating Instruction through Technology #diffimooc for teachers. @ak_leeg

Colin Osterhout has been working as an Information Technology contractor for Alaska's sole private non-profit educational resource center serving school districts around the state of Alaska.  @costerhout

Every Classroom Matters is a bi-weekly podcast by Vicki Davis on BAM Radio network where the top educators around the world share what they are doing in their classrooms today. Each show is 10-12 minutes long and designed to stimulate your thinking with best practices and exciting ideas from educators who are doing it.

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