ISTE 2013: How will MOOCs affect your K-12 classroom?
According to one of the most popular International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) 2013 conference speakers, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are on the verge of revolutionizing K-12 education.
MOOCs—often free and non-credited online courses taught by educators—are currently transforming higher education. Visit our higher-education site, eCampus News, for more MOOC news.
But soon, MOOCs will begin to change the way high school courses are taught as well, said Dr. Scott Garrigan, professor of practice for instructional design and technology and teacher education at Lehigh University’s College of Education, during an ISTE highlighted session, “How will the MOOC explosion affect K-12 schools and students?”
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