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Designing and Delivering an Engaging MOOC
The problem with today’s education is that most educators are still teaching the way they were taught in the past. Hence, there is a need to revisit the traditional conception of teaching and explore new ways to redesign learning so that it is relevant to the growing challenges of preparing our students to function in tomorrow’s world. This course is designed to facilitate participants to redefine their conceptions of teaching and redesign their students’ learning experiences so that they meet the needs of the 21st-century education.
- Rethink ‘Teaching’ relevant to the growing challenges of preparing our students to function in tomorrow’s world.
- Redesign engaging students’ learning experiences that will result in active and meaningful learning.
PROF DATO DR AMIN EMBI
Prof. Dato’ Dr Amin Embi is a professor of technology-enhanced learning at the Faculty of Education, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. He is a leading a consultant, expert and master trainer on e-Learning in Malaysia and in the Asia-Pacific region. Under the Malaysian Higher Education Leadership Academy’s Training of Master Trainers Programme, he has conducted more than 200 specialised training on e-Learning, interactive lecture, e-content development, Web 2.0, OER and MOOC. He is also a strong proponent of Open Educational Resources and an active contributor of Web 2.0 resources. His recent publication entitled ‘Web 2.0 Tools in Education Series’ has recorded more than 1.5 million ‘reads’ in Scrbd.com and Slideshare.net. A Web 2.0 mobile application that he has developed known as JiT2U (Just-in-time Training 2U) has also attracted educators from more than 113 countries worldwide. Currently, he is the Chief Information Officer (CIO), and the Director, Centre for Teaching and Learning Technologies, UKM and the President of the Mobile Learning Association of Malaysia.
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