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Pattern map version 3
LATEST DESIGN PATTERN MAPPING (version 3)

design pattern describes a recurring problem, or design challenge, the characteristics of the context in which it occurs, and a possible method of solution. The full MOOC designs patterns are available on the ILDE here:
  1. Adjacent platforms
  2. Bend don't break
  3. Bring them along
  4. Crowd Bonding
  5. ChatFlow (synchronous / asynchronous)
  6. Drumbeat
  7. Sharing wall
  8. Engendering Team Work (in the MOOC Production Team)
  9. Facilitating large diverse groups
  10. Fishbowl
  11. Induction
  12. Know your audience
  13. Knowing the story
  14. MOOC legacy
  15. Provocative question
  16. Scaffolded MOOC
  17. Sparking Forum Participation
  18. Six minute video
  19. Checkpoints
  20. See do share
Design Anti-Pattern:
    21.  Too many tools

Associated design patterns from Littlejohn, A. and Milligan, C. (2015):

22.
Break down the barriers
23. Productive MOOCs
24. Capitalise on diversity
25.  Adaptable goals

Orginally published in:
Littlejohn, A. and Milligan, C. (2015). Employers are becoming aware of the potential of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) as a significant form of learning for work. eLearning Papers 42. Retrived from http://www.openeducationeuropa.eu/en/download/file/fid/39594

Further patterns:

26. Celebrity Touch

Assessment patterns developed during EduPlop 2015 (http://hillside.net/eduplop/)

27. Transparent Assessment
28. Constructive Alignment
29. Clear Goals
30. Peer Review
31. Pause Check Continue


From eLearning papers 42 - "Patterns for Using Top-level MOOCs in a Regular University" by Koppe et.al. (2015).

32. MOOC Hook





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