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Moodlemoot Scandinavia 2015

The presentation focuses on the opportunities and challenges Campus NooA (www.nooa.no) has experienced by using Moodle to develop a Nordic open online Academy based on the theory of cooperative freedom and transparency in online education.

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Moodlemoot Scandinavia 2015

  1. 1. Moodle experiences from Campus NooA – the Nordic open online Academy Morten Flate Paulsen Professor of Online Education www.slideshare.net/MortenFP A 30-minute presentation at the MoodleMootScandinavia: Malmö, Sweden 2-3.03.2015 1 Gode tilbud Reiselivsskolen Forfatterskolen Lederskolen Helseskolen Videregående Populære kursKunstskolen We follow your schedule. Study any time, anywhere, in a social environment with experienced teachers and personal support.
  2. 2. Abstract The Nordic open online Academy (NooA) was established as a private online school and accredited by the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research in 2012. NooA’s aim is to become an international centre for online courses and programs, and it has now bout 75 online courses and 1,000 registered users in 18 countries. The courses are offered through the multilingual, open source, learning platform Moodle. All courses are completely online and based on the Theory of Cooperative Freedom and Transparency in Online Education. The presentation focuses on the opportunities and challenges Campus NooA (www.nooa.no) has experienced by using Moodle to develop a Nordic open online Academy based on the theory of cooperative freedom and transparency in online education. This is a theory about flexible and open online education, which Paulsen has developed over 20 years. The foundation of the theory was described in the article: “Cooperative Online Education” http://seminar.net/index.php/volume-4-issue- 2-2008-previousissuesmeny-124/100-cooperative-online-education and used as a guideline in the use of Moodle at Campus NooA. The theory argues that adult online students often are busy with work and family commitments. Therefore, online education can help students reach their learning goals through optimal individual flexibility in a learning community where they can be resources for each other without being dependent on each other. The theory also argues that transparency provides better quality and more cooperation in online education. 2
  3. 3. Morten Flate Paulsen • Established Campus NooA in 2012 • Professor II at Sør-Trøndelag University College • Worked with online education at NKI Nettstudier 1986 – 2012 • President of EDEN European Distance and E-learning Network (2010-2013) • Doctor of Education from the Pennsylvania State University • American Center for the Study of Distance Education (1990 -1992) • Adjunct Professor Athabasca University (1999 - 2005) • Professor associado Universidade Aberta, Portugal (2009-2010) 3
  4. 4. Gode tilbud Reiselivsskolen Forfatterskolen Lederskolen Helseskolen Videregående Populære kursKunstskolen We follow your schedule. Study any time, anywhere, in a social environment with experienced teachers and personal support.
  5. 5. The most interesting pedagogical challenge in our lifetime is to provide online education that combines individual freedom with meaningful cooperation. I have struggled with this challenge since I first introduced my Theory of Cooperative Freedom in 1992. www.ednews.org/articles/10626/1/An-Interview-with-Morten-Flate-Paulsen- Focusing-on-His-Theory-of-Cooperative-Freedom-in-Online-Education/Page1.html 5
  6. 6. Flexible individual learning is controlled by the student Cooperative learning takes place in networks Collaborative learning depends on groups We specialize in Cooperative online education Independence with the help of others Rigid individual learning is controlled by the school Individual flexibility Affinitytolearningcommunity
  7. 7. NooA Building Blocks of Cooperative Freedom How much freedom can a virtual school deliver in Moodle? 1. Time 2. Space 3. Pace 4. Medium 5. Access 6. Content 7. Transparency 8. Cooperation 7
  8. 8. Individual start-upCollective start-up Moodle wish: Profiles that show course expiration date 8 1. Freedom of Time
  9. 9. Moodle wish: Profiles that show course expiration date 9 Course profiles: Studentlappen: expires Jun 1, 2015 Daglig leder og styre: expires Jul 2, 2015 Profilanalyse og typeforståelse: expires, Aug 3, 2015 Helhetlig helse: expires Sep 4, 2015 Tegnekurs: expires Oct 5, 2015
  10. 10. 2. Freedom of Space • Only online activities • Teachers, course designers and students in a number of countries 10
  11. 11. Individual pacing Collective pacing 3. Freedom of Pace 11 Get extra time for a fee Moodle wishes: a) Teacher Response Barometer to improve response time b) Individual planning and follow up functionality to improve course completion rates
  12. 12. Moodle wish: Teacher Response Barometer to improve response time 12
  13. 13. Moodle wish: Individual planning and follow-up functionality to improve course completion rates • Can we urge students to enter their planned submission dates in the calendar? • Can the system remind (e-mail) students to follow their plans? • Can the system remind teachers to follow up procastinating students? 13
  14. 14. The Essential Theme 4. Freedom of Medium Responsive design: PC and mobile 14http://campus.nooa.info
  15. 15. Author school Executive school Health school Travel school Secondary schoolArt school 5. Freedom of Access
  16. 16. 6. Freedom of Content NooA is multilingual 16
  17. 17. 6. Freedom of Content Depends on Partners E-train 17
  18. 18. 7. Freedom of Transparency Open Badges Moodle wish: Badge description Editor • Students choose if they want to show them • Badges only for completed courses • Common design • Connected to http://backpack.openbadges.org
  19. 19. Moodle wish: Badge Description Editor 19 The HTML-code does not work in the text field
  20. 20. 8. Freedom of Cooperation (and Transparency) 20
  21. 21. 8. Cooperative Assignments from the Author School 21 Write a One-question-interview with the author of a book you find interesting and share it in the Writer Lounge.
  22. 22. 8. Social media can be embedded in courses to cooperate with people outside courses Facebook: www.facebook.com/CampusNooa Blogger: campusnooa.blogspot.no/ Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/company/campus-nooa Issuu: issuu.com/campusnooa Slideshare: www.slideshare.net/CampusNooA YouTube: www.youtube.com/campusnooa Instagram: http://statigr.am/campusnooa Google+: https://plus.google.com/+NooaNooa Twitter: twitter.com/CampusNooA twitter.com/NooAmatematikk 22
  23. 23. Schools Commons Executive school Board Room Travel school Base Camp Author school Writer Lounge Health School Health Club Secondary School Privatisten The Art School Art Lounge A virtual School – not only virtual classrooms Moodle wish: School administration tools and reports • The Student Certificate • The Alumni Club • The Mall • The NooA-pass NooA-courses are organised in schools and commons
  24. 24. Our Moodle Wish List 1. Profiles that show course expiration dates 2. Teacher Response Barometer to improve response time 3. Individual planning and follow-up functionality to improve course completion rates 4. HTML in Badge editor 5. Virtual School Administration tools and reports – List of users that are not enrolled in a course – List of submitted assignments that are not handled by teachers 24
  25. 25. Thank you I’m open for cooperation, and the presentation is available at www.slideshare.net/MortenFP 25

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