World University and School,
like Wikipedia with MIT Open Course Ware, may target Android mobile
internet devices with video, and group google chat for the conference
- as the bare minimum piece of equipment necessary to do a MIT OCW-centric
Bachelor's degree via WUaS (at least for the first semester or two) ... added this to the agenda for a recent, open
WUaS Business Meeting -
MIT Professor Shigeru Miyagawa, a
key faculty in developing MIT OCW since 2001, on the importance of
incorporating media literacy into the curriculum ... http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/comparative-media-studies/cms-930-media-education-and-the-marketplace-fall-2001/video-lectures/personal-media/
... (around the 14 minute mark) ... Developing media literacy will be
important in The College at WUaS ...
... with the first matriculating class in fall of 2014.
the classroom -
"Why I Flipped My Classroom" - a teacher's perspective
- (http://www.fi.ncsu.edu/project/fizz/) ...
will look to add to FREE
Educational Software at World Univ & Sch, in its references ...
How best (and with most enjoyment for
students), to study and measure, longitudinally, how students at WUaS
will learn? Here's a NYT's article - http://mobile.nytimes.com/article?a=936153 - outlining some approaches that don't seem that fun, or reflective of developing joy in learning. WUaS - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/
- plans to accredit on MIT OCW requiring 32 courses for an
undergraduate degree, so this body of OCW can focuss many approaches to
... will look to add
this article to Admissions at WUaS, to The College at WUaS, to Ph.D.s at
WUaS as wel as the Medical and Law Schools at WUaS ... Medicine and Law
already test a lot throughout careers, so perhaps here is some
precedence (continuing education credits aren't a form of testing) for
longitudinal study on WUaS's MIT-centric education ...
Some longitudinal studies of what has been learned at WUaS will have
something to do with ongoing generativity of graduates ... Measurements
in the form of the testing suggested in the article seem so static, and
not reflective of the ongoing conversation which learning seems to be