Presented by: James Crook
Between October and December 2012 I took part in the Stanford University MOOC “Designing a New Learning Environment”. I wanted to learn, for taking CoderDojo online. Using lots of post-its, a wall, a little Google and some notes from the course we’re going to fly through an adapted version of the course at great speed. It should be a lot more dynamic than a lecture by me about the MOOC, be a better way to learn what the MOOC had to offer, and be more fun.
James Crook is a contract software engineer and a mentor at CoderDojo. He’s in the past worked in user interfaces, satellite operating systems, pharmaceutical research, computer graphics and chip design. He’s also one of the lead developers of the free open source sound editor “Audacity”.