MOOCs fit in with what we have learned simply because their delivery is online. Many MOOCs allow for interaction between students and instructors. I feel that a MOOC can provide constructivism and connectivism but that depends on the mode of information that is provided. If I watch a show on television, I feel less like I am being a part of the experience and more like a spectator. If I am playing a video game on the same television, I feel more like a participant. I think this would be true of online students as well. If they are watching lectures and videos, then they are not really participating. I think MOOCs have a place in K12 online learning, because it is another way students can receive information. I could lecture and make that into a MOOC and student discussions during and after the lecture would constitute a MOOC.