How to Build a Better MOOC

“Report after report have revealed some of the inadequacies of massive open online courses: low completion rates, low engagement, inability to have impact with those who need education the most. So far, MOOCs have not lived up to the hype. But, as Maria Konnikova explores in the The New Yorker, there is a methodology for massive learning that dates back to 1962: catering to the individual. It’s a model already seen in GRE testing, which, among other techniques, switches up the sequence of questions based on the individual’s progress.”

Source: blogs.kqed.org

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