What should high-school teachers expect from the MOOC trend?

06/24/2013 | Education Week

Blogging from the International Society for Technology in Education 2013 conference in San Antonio, reporter Ben Herold shares the views of Lehigh University education professor Scott Garrigan, who has embraced massive open online courses, such as the Khan Academy. Garrigan offers some advice for high-school teachers, suggesting they "should get ready to do the same," Herold writes. Garrigan also suggests teachers prepare for "interest-driven learning," new data that will better help teachers meet students' needs and a greater emphasis on data-driven work.

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