A Danish international MOOC in professional Care Education: A Case study for the eASEM Project Collaborative Research on MOOCs

Mie Buhl, Lars Birch Andreasen, Henrik Jensen Mondrup

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Abstract

This article will present the planning of a Danish designed MOOC which
shall support a NGO educational programme for professional caregivers in
Indonesia initiated by a Danish organisation and in collaboration with
Indonesian stakeholders. Firstly, a general overview of MOOC will be
presented. Secondly, pedagogical models for cMOOC and xMOOC and the
supporting learning theories will be discussed, including a pedagogical
model drawing on Scandinavian ideas of learning as an activity of
knowledge construction through project- and problem-based processes in
relation to MOOC. Thirdly, the particular case will be introduced. Thus
the paper does not represent MOOC activities in the formal educational
system in Denmark. Rather the case exemplifies a Danish approach to
implementing educational programmes in another country supported by
MOOC.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMOOCs and Educational Challenges around Asia and Europe
EditorsBowon KIM
Place of PublicationSeoul, Korea
PublisherKNOU (Korea National Open University) Press
Publication date2015
Pages139-156
Chapter10
ISBN (Electronic)978-89-20-01809-1 (93370)
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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  • Collaborative research project on MOOCs - E-asem

    Buhl, M., Andreasen, L. B., Lee, T., Wang, Y., Abdol Latif, L., Fadzil, M., Nordin, N., Jaafar, A., Nasongkhla, J., Thammetar, T., Gervacio, J. L., Phuspanadham, K., Yamada, T., Jaurena, I. G., Birzinna, R., Stracke, C., Pawlowski, J., Kovacova, J. & Pistovcakova, A.

    01/09/201431/12/2016

    Project: Research

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