|Last modification||June 20, 2016|
|Source||Mor and Warburton (2015)|
|Pattern formats||OPR Alexandrian|
MOOCs do not have the capacity to entertain personal interactions to share experiences, expectations, concerns and any other issue that may be valuable to both teachers and learners. Conduct a FishBowl session that is intimate yet recorded and is shown via webcast live, wherein participants reflect on the experiences from last week's activities while other participants who watch can also react to it and tutors in the session can respond to participants' questions.
- Mor, Y. & Warburton, S. (2015). Practical Patterns for Active and Collaborative MOOCs: Checkpoints, FishBowl and See Do Share. eLearning Papers (42).