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Teaching Presence in
MOOCs
Perspectives and Learning Design Strategies
Suzan Koseoglu
Apostolos Koutropoulos
Why?
[Pedagogy] has been
noticeably under-
represented” in the MOOC
discourse (Bayne & Ross,
2014, p. 4).
Teachers’ roles ...
What is teaching presence?
It’s a shifting and evolving concept that is tied to
the organization of learning and the learn...
Teaching presence is more than synchronicity, direct communication,
or visibility through multimedia; rather, it is about ...
...or among “esteemed co-learners” (Rheingold, 2014).
awareness...
empathy...
“...to be in connection with
another human being a
person needs to see and be
seen by the other.”
(Rodgers & Raider Roth,
...
which leads us to…
hybrid presence
One that is not firmly set in either teacher presence, or learner presence,
but rather somewhere in between.
Hybrid Presen...
Teachers can have complex and multidimensional roles in networked
learning including “aggregating, curating, amplifying, m...
Also through aggregating, remixing, repurposing, and feeding forward
(Siemens and Downes, 2011), learners can, in fact, sh...
Cede
Authority
Video Link:
https://youtu.be/9LPG74Dbqq8
Embrace
Plasticity
Video:
https://youtu.be/_fdQoZTryiI
Be
present
with
fellow
learners
Video:
https://youtu.be/HOMXUFSw
mGU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QOegmM6qQmc
You cannot possibly know every individual or see every blog post,
comment, or tweet. This often means that you will miss s...
Thank you!
a.koutropoulos@umb.edu
kose0031@umn.edu
Teaching Presence in MOOCs: Perspectives and Learning Design Strategies
Teaching Presence in MOOCs: Perspectives and Learning Design Strategies
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Paper presentation at #NLC2016 with my colleague Apostolos Koutropoulos. The abstract and full paper are available here: http://www.networkedlearningconference.org.uk/abstracts/koseoglu.htm

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Teaching Presence in MOOCs: Perspectives and Learning Design Strategies

  1. 1. Teaching Presence in MOOCs Perspectives and Learning Design Strategies Suzan Koseoglu Apostolos Koutropoulos
  2. 2. Why? [Pedagogy] has been noticeably under- represented” in the MOOC discourse (Bayne & Ross, 2014, p. 4). Teachers’ roles in MOOCs are “both significant and neglected” (2014, p. 18).
  3. 3. What is teaching presence? It’s a shifting and evolving concept that is tied to the organization of learning and the learning ecology itself (Rodgers & Raider-Roth, 2006).
  4. 4. Teaching presence is more than synchronicity, direct communication, or visibility through multimedia; rather, it is about creating and maintaining a meaningful and receptive relationship with learners.
  5. 5. ...or among “esteemed co-learners” (Rheingold, 2014).
  6. 6. awareness...
  7. 7. empathy...
  8. 8. “...to be in connection with another human being a person needs to see and be seen by the other.” (Rodgers & Raider Roth, 2006, p. 274)
  9. 9. which leads us to… hybrid presence
  10. 10. One that is not firmly set in either teacher presence, or learner presence, but rather somewhere in between. Hybrid Presence briefly defined: https://youtu.be/BCoGkmDAo8U
  11. 11. Teachers can have complex and multidimensional roles in networked learning including “aggregating, curating, amplifying, modelling ... coaching or mentoring” (Kop, Fournier, & Mak , 2011). Some roles that cross boundaries: https://youtu.be/BTHXKbLmXjQ
  12. 12. Also through aggregating, remixing, repurposing, and feeding forward (Siemens and Downes, 2011), learners can, in fact, shape the course as much as, and perhaps more than, the instructor. Video link (facilitating factors for HP): https://youtu.be/F3qj8kAxL9o
  13. 13. Cede Authority Video Link: https://youtu.be/9LPG74Dbqq8
  14. 14. Embrace Plasticity Video: https://youtu.be/_fdQoZTryiI
  15. 15. Be present with fellow learners Video: https://youtu.be/HOMXUFSw mGU
  16. 16. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QOegmM6qQmc
  17. 17. You cannot possibly know every individual or see every blog post, comment, or tweet. This often means that you will miss some things, and in missing them, miss entire consequences built upon them. So there will also always have to be a humility of knowing we do not know. (Bali, 2015)
  18. 18. Thank you! a.koutropoulos@umb.edu kose0031@umn.edu

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