Teachers Teaching Online – a case study of the WizIQ professional development course

I’ve just completed the eLearning Ecologies MOOC on Coursera which analyses digital learning environments through the lens of seven affordances for new or transformative learning: ubiquitous learning, active knowledge making, mutlimodal meaning, recursive feedback, collaborative intelligence, metacognition and differentiated learning. The course asked participants to create a case study on a technology or elearning environment and evaluate it through these seven affordances. I explored the intriguing WizIQ professional development MOOC – Teachers Teaching Online – by Jason R. Levine which leverages the skills of experts particularly from the ELT community to share professional development skills for teachers. Here’s my case study:


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