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Ideas for Blended Learning in Teaching the Bible

[This post originally appeared at [http://acsmooc.blogspot.com/2013/11/ideas-for-blended-learning-in-teaching.html(http://acsmooc.blogspot.com/2013/11/ideas-for-blended-learning-in-teaching.html), as a final reflection at the end of the ACS program to study MOOCs and the Liberal Arts. Consider it a thought-experiment for the time being.] In spite of…

The Balance of Power in the Virtual Classroom

[This is a post that explores one facet of power and control in the online space of the virtual classroom. There are others, including the reshuffling of power relationships within the virtual space itself. We should not underestimate, however, the importance of the architecture and administration that provides the space…

MOOCs: On Technical vs. Qualitative Courses

Over the past year, I have participated to some degree in four MOOCs, with a wide range of success and challenges. The first MOOC that I joined was a programming course for beginning Python, and it was very enjoyable and effective. I stayed with it to the end, and have…

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