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Over 800 Free MOOCs to Help you Grow Professionally This Summer

May 27, 2014
Open Culture features a list of more than 800 MOOCs from top universities from all around the world. The majority of these MOOCs offer " certificates" or " statements of completion" (not a university credit). You can sift through this list and pick out the ones that interest you. Courses in these MOOCs are organized by start date and some of these courses (called evergreen) are not time bound and you can start them anytime you want. Evergreen courses are featured in the bottom of the list.

If you find the number of the MOOCs featured in Open Culture too overwhelming then consider this curated list I made specifically for teachers and educators. These are some great MOOC courses that  will start next June.

  1. Technology in A Foreign Language Class (NI) - Canvas Network - June 3 (5 weeks)
  2. Tangible Things: Discovering History Through Artworks, Artifacts, Scientific Specimens, etc. (CC) – Harvard on edX – June 2 (5 weeks)
  3. 5 Habits of Highly Creative Teachers (NI) - Northwest Colorado BOCES on Canvas - June 2 (5 weeks)
  4. Understanding Research Methods (SA) – University of London on Coursera – June 2 (6 weeks)
  5. Programming for everybody
  6. Model Thinking (CC) – University of Michigan on Coursera – June 2 (10 weeks)
  7. Evolution: A Course for Educators (NI) – American Museum of Natural History – June 2 (4 weeks)
  8. Education in a Changing World (SA) – Open2study – June 2 (4 weeks)
  9. Teaching Adult Learners (SA) – Central Institute of Technology on Open2study – June 2 (4 weeks)
  10. Decision Skills: Power Tools to Build Your Life (NI) - Decision Education Foundation on NovoEd – June 16 (6 weeks)
  11. Crafting an Effective Writer: Tools of the Trade (SA) – Mt. San Jacinto College on Coursera – June 20 (5 weeks)
  12. The Addicted Brain – Emory on Coursera (NI) – June 23 (8 weeks)
  13. Teaching Goes Massive: New Skills Required (NC) – University of Zurich on Coursera – June 23 (3 weeks)
  14. Assessment and Teaching of 21st-Century Skills (SA) – University of Melbourne on Coursera – June 30 (5 weeks)