Online Courses: Cartoons

Students OnLine Courses

U.S. schools, K-12 through higher education, are in the midst of another reform wave. From states mandating online courses as a requirement for high school graduation to university-driven Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), hyperbole-filled Kool-Aid mixed with stark fear fuel reform rhetoric about the impending “revolution” in teaching and learning. I offer my monthly feature* of how some cartoonists poke and tear at the rhetoric and realities of online courses.  Enjoy!








*For those who would like to see earlier posts of this monthly feature, see: “Digital Kids in School,” “Testing,” “Blaming Is So American,”  “Accountability in Action,” “Charter Schools,” and “Age-graded Schools,” Students and Teachers, Parent-Teacher Conferences, Digital Teachers, Addiction to Electronic DevicesTesting, Testing, and Testing, Business and Schools, Common Core Standards, Problems and Dilemmas, and Digital Natives (2).


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8 responses to “Online Courses: Cartoons

  1. Pingback: Online Courses: Cartoons by @larrycuban | E-Learning-Inclusivo (Mashup) |

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  3. Nice. I’ll be posting an Asimov story later this week. It’s interesting to reflect on ways Asimov’s predictions were correct and ways the predictions were incorrect :). I don’t think he considered adult education.

    • larrycuban

      The Asimov story should shake loose some comments, Janet. Thanks for reminding me of his prediction for schooling in the 22nd century.

  4. Pingback: Online Courses: Cartoons | Personal e-Learning Environments |

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