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Listening to Massive: The Future of Learning at Scale

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I sat done with Matt Weber of EdCast, the official podcast of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, to discuss my course for graduate students, Massive: The Future of Learning at Scale. The course examines learning environments, from MOOCs to blended classrooms, that feature the use of technologies that allow large numbers of learners to learn in contexts with few expert teachers. We discuss some of the unusual features of its design: a participatory online network, projects with partners, and student-designed rubrics and grading.  Have a listen:

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