Far-reaching, Yale conversation (December 2, 2013):
Many good ideas and clarifications emerge in this conversation, moderated by Yale Professor of Music, Craig Wright, very much engaging an aspect of the Conference Method (http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Conference_Method_of_Teaching_and_Learning):
- key Yale faculty discuss Yale OYC and OER
- critiques of current open educational platforms such as Coursera
- student and instructor analyses about what online teaching and learning approaches work, and how it works
- - Econ and Computer Science
- - Math
- on Yale University's decision making itself, and paying for Yale OYC and other Yale OER
- on open-ended and non-binding legal relationships for Yale
- on cost of Coursera (at the 132 minute mark), and ...
- - Coursera will verify that the student at that computer is indeed that person
- - Coursera will send out a statement that the student completed the work requested by the instructor
- on online teaching resources for medicine
- good Yale brainstorming about online learning, but not necessarily around questions of enjoyment (vis-a-vis 'flow' experiences) or flourishing in learning.
- online degrees (at 142 minutes)
- why Yale is sharing these resources (at 145 minutes)
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Education, wiki subject at WUaS ...
See, too, Professor Wai Chai Dimock ...
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