Join the MOOC+ Study Group that provides an augmented learning experience to Organisational Learning and Capability Professionals.
The LTTO (Learning To Teach Online) MOOC primarily focuses on Learning in the Education sector. Using this as a foundation, LearningCafe will run the LTTO+ which is a contextualized version of LTTO for L&D professionals and practitioners. Who in addition to completing the LTTO MOOC on Coursera will also participate in supplementary virtual learning sessions/discussions that add context for corporate L&D professionals and share better practices.
LTTO + is lead by L&D professionals and practitioners from various organisations who will provide an augmented learning experience to organisational Learning and Capability professionals. Currently over 26 L&D professionals from organisations such as Qantas, ANZ, Telstra, Westpac, EY have registered to participate.
Learning To Teach Online (LTTO) is a MOOC that has been developed by Simon McIntyre, Director, Learning and Innovation and Dr Negin Mirriahi, Academic Developer at UNSW and is available on the Coursera MOOC platform. LTTO is designed to help existing educators establish or improve their own online or blended teaching practices. The target audience is primarily teachers in higher education, K-12, community college, and vocational or private education. In its first iteration, LTTO attracted 28,555 enrolments from 191 different countries. LTTO is based upon the award winning* educational resources developed by Simon McIntyre and Karin Watson.
Using LTTO as the foundation, LearningCafe will run LTTO+ which for L&D professionals and practitioners from various organisations who in addition to completing the LTTO MOOC on Coursera will also participate supplementary virtual learning sessions/discussions to add context for corporate L&D professionals and share better practices.
Massively Online Open Courses (MOOCs), are run by leading universities (Stanford, Melbourne etc.) using a flipped classroom model. MOOCs usually run for 6 – 8 weeks requiring 4 – 6 hours of study time per week and are open to anyone to enrol. MOOCs usually comprise of online video lectures, online discussions, peer assessed assignment, course wiki and assessments. In some cases learners form face to face or virtual communities during the duration of the MOOC.
I am interested in joining the LearningCafe’s MOOC Plus Study Group for Learning to Teach Online MOOC. What do I need to do?
Please register your interest by clicking the register button or register tab we will get back to you with joining details.
What is LearningCafe’s MOOC Plus Study Group?
LearningCafe contextualizes MOOCs courses for L&D professionals using it as the foundation. The Augmented MOOC Study Group or MOOC Plus by LearningCafe comprises of virtual learning sessions/discussions to add context for corporate L&D professionals and share better practices.
How much time is required to complete the LTTO combination (combo)?
LTTO recommends 4 -6 hours per week for completing the MOOC.
LearningCafe anticipated 1 hour per week will be required for the Augmented Learning.
Total time for the MOOC Plus combo is anticipated to be 5 – 7 hours per week.
How much will it cost?
LTTO can be accessed free but an optional verified Coursera certificate is available for cost 63 dollars. LearningCafe is not charging for the current session of LTTO Plus study group.