L@S – flipped presentations!

The last sessions of Learning@Scale were flipped conference presentations, an experimental conference model where we had different approaches from each presenter. This extends the experimentation at this conference in flipping materials. Presenters of sort and long papers were invited to flip their presentations, by preparing a short EdX course for their paper, containing videos that…

L@S – Day 1, Session 2

Geza Kovacs presents an analysis of how in-video quizzes effect video engagement in MOOCS, identifying that students tend to watch further when videos contain quizzes, and also that they have a higher seek time when videos contain quizzes. Interestingly, seek behaviour is clustered around the quiz, and does not cross quiz boundaries, implying that students…

L@S Day 1, Session 1

I wanted to gather some of my thoughts here on some of the interesting observations from the conference – they’ll be quite unconnected, but I hope interesting!  Justin Reich talked about how learners engage in political MOOCS, particularly looking at how groups of learners with different political leanings might engage with each other. While the…