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Crowdsourced Online Learning on MentorMob

There are more than a few problems that keep students from engaging in effective self directed online learning, and MentorMob, like Khan Academy and Edmodo, are working to leverage technology in order to disrupt education.

MentorMob is a learning platform that allows anyone to build sequential "Learning Playlists" on topics that interest them. The community can then rate, comment on, and add to Playlists that have already been created.

Social interaction, assessments, leader boards, and awarding digital badges to reward progress are all engagement tools that can be used to provide students an engaging and even addictive learning experience.

But this means teachers, parents, and technology companies have to work together to continue to refine and improve the online learning experience.

Learn More at www.mentormob.com

Contact: @MentorMob


Submitted by charlesperry23 2 years ago

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  1. You are correct that all stakeholders within a learning ecosystem, in the school 2.0 model framework, need to become actively invovled in the effort to make it a success. Good job!

    2 years ago
  2. In order maximize success for all stake holders a foundational digital content that is a tutorial is needed that provides access to a combination of assessments, instruction, open source videos and other content. Please visit www.etap.org to see an example.

    2 years ago