Norman Macrae -The Economist pro-youth economist -bravo sir fazle abed & jack ma
I am told from Budapest meeting this is wanted but since the relevant part of the conversation went on in Bangladeshi, it is necessary to check
If Sir Fazle does want 30 minute action presentation on how to MOOC, .I would suggest items below plus any questions he wants to ask
If you see elements of this presentation which you yourself want more debate on please say
MOOC Recommendation to BRAC
1 Most basic skill of MOOC is presenting training in 10 minute module vitually- what?
2 Simplest case to study is Khan Academy – why know about KA & Coursera?
3 Two questions to ask to maximise BRAC value chain of mooc and whole internet
3.1 -what 10 minute modules do millions of youth most need to interact
3.2 How do the 10 minute modules link together in a whole course
4 Recommendation- start up a 10 million youth-training-outreach
Lab wherever you do social labs or lead bottom-up practices .( Software to
start lab to produce same training format as khan is only $300 per licence)
5 What BRAC brand can scale that no other partner network can? How to
linkin to post 2015 millennium goals summits that value open job creating
education as critical collaboration multiplier
6 Debate – these recommendations come from 42 years of
other way round experiments in online learning thanks to Norman Macrae's
lifetime editorial interest in this future. Expensive (top-down) professionals
will advise different starting points to MOOC. Depends how much you want to
always be in editorial control of your own training content and how nearly
free you want hundreds of millions of youth interactions to spread.
Is this the curriculum Bangladesh, Chinese and Japanese youth need most? your view s of most needed free curricula welcome!!