thank you for taking the time to comment on my blog and for your insightful views.
I liked your statement that “the way is always to combine information with interaction, gamification or else to support learning”. I am really eager to try the gamifiation module on this course as soon as I get the chance. People do need interaction with a simulation in order to practuce online or better yet, practice online with the simulation and then come together with others in order to do face to face lab work and be more engaged with the learning.
Also in this video above, the presenter stated that failure rates in his MOOC fell from 40/41% to 9% using the flipped classroom blended learning model. The test was run on a Californian university where students completed the MOOC at a distance but came together for the lab work. He was able to replicate this same effect by licensing the MOOC to other locations around the world. Blended learning remains consistently more productive. So the different test groups would need to be geographically close.
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