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  2. wordpress.com wordpress.com
    The Power of Explaining to Others ‹ Hapgood ‹ Reader — WordPress.com
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    1. I think some of the most promising work in the future is having students explore that explanation space, and coming face-to-face with their own ignorance, as we all must do.

      garden vs. stream

      open pedagogy
    catherinecronin.wordpress.com catherinecronin.wordpress.com
    OEP and open pedagogy: #OEGlobal reflections
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  3. Mar 2017
  4. webliteracy.pressbooks.com webliteracy.pressbooks.com
    Web Literacy for Student Fact-Checkers | Simple Book Production
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    www.hastac.org www.hastac.org
    What Was the First MOOC?
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    educon21.wikispaces.com educon21.wikispaces.com
    educon21 - OpenTeaching
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    1. Advocacy and use of free and/or open source tools and software wherever possible and beneficial to student learning;Integration of free and open content and media in teaching and learning;Promotion of copyleft content licenses for student content production and publication;Facilitation of student understanding regarding copyright law (e.g., fair use/fair dealing, copyleft/copyright);Facilitation and scaffolding of student personal learning networks for collaborative and sustained learning;Development of learning environments that are reflective, responsive, student-centred, and that incorporate a diverse array of instructional and learning strategies;Modeling of openness, transparency, connectedness, and responsible copyright/copyleft use and licensing; and,Advocacy for the participation and development of collaborative gift cultures in education and society.

      Couros model of open pedagogy

      #openpedagogy open pedagogy openpedagogy
    jgregorymcverry.com jgregorymcverry.com
    5000204512-5000415642-1-SM.pdf
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    net.educause.edu net.educause.edu
    The Tower and the Cloud: Higher Education in the Age of Cloud Computing
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    1. For two decades or more, we have experienced a steady, global Kerosion of appropriated state support. In the 1970s, state general revenue appropriations covered 85% of the core academic costs (faculty salaries, operating costs of academic units, core adminis-tration). Today, they cover about a third, and the share falls every year. There have been huge rises in tuition and fees, with no

      cite this for the failing social compact and the importance of open

      open pedagogy openpedagogy
    2. Establishing a New Compact

      Can open be the new compact?

      open pedagogy openpedagogy
    3. Over time, these qualities drove American society to redefine the goal of higher education, which became, in Kerr’s words, “to serve less the perpetuation of an elite class and more the creation of a relatively classless society, with the doors of opportunity open to all through education.

      open was the original goal of land grant institutions.

      open pedagogy openpedagogy
    4. Permeable Boundaries

      permeable boundaries and identities. Is permutation an important metaphor?

      open pedagogy openpedagogy
    www.irrodl.org www.irrodl.org
    Open Educational Resources: New Possibilities for Change and Sustainability
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    1. Open education is the combination of open licensing and web-based social media. It brings some fundamental challenges to the way we think about higher education and the institutional arrangements in which it is organized (Katz, 2008; Liyoshi & Kumar, 2008).1

      This seems to be one of the oldest defintions I could find

      open pedagogy openpedagogy
    er.educause.edu er.educause.edu
    Minds on Fire: Open Education, the Long Tail, and Learning 2.0
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    1. The building blocks provided by the OER movement, along with e-Science and e-Humanities and the resources of the Web 2.0, are creating the conditions for the emergence of new kinds of open participatory learning ecosystems

      John Seely Brown suggested open pedagogy would emerge.

      open pedagogy openpedagogy
    campustechnology.com campustechnology.com
    Open Pedagogy: Connection, Community, and Transparency -- Campus Technology
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    1. open planning open products open post-hoc

      woodward describng #thoughtvectors

      open pedagogy openpedagogy
    2. Open pedagogy could be considered as a blend of strategies, technologies, and networked communities that make the process and products of education more transparent, understandable, and available to all the people involved.

      Tom Woodward defintion

      open pedagogy openpedagogy
    jgregorymcverry.com jgregorymcverry.com
    battle-for-open.pdf
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    1. aul Stacey (2013) makes th

      Be as open as poissble, use modern online learnign pedagogies Use OER peer tp peer over self study use social learning leverage massive participation

      open pedagogy openpedagogy
    oerresearchhub.files.wordpress.com oerresearchhub.files.wordpress.com
    oerrh-evidence-report-2014.pdf
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    1. 79.4%ofOERusersadaptresourcestofittheirneed

      Remix is part of open pedagogy

      #openpedagogy open pedagogy
    2. ThemoreeducatorsuseOER,themoretheyarewi

      There is an insight here with pedagogy. Not sure what. As we use open pedagogy we oursleves become more open. Maybe part of the them that open is really a journey and state of mind.

      open pedagogy openpedagogy
    3. 40.9%ofallformallearnersinoursampleconsiderthatOERhaveapositiveimpact in helping them complete their course of stud

      Open pedagogy may have positive results for learners.

      open pedagogy openpedagogy
    nextthought.com nextthought.com
    Eight Qualities of Open Pedagogy
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    1. unmeasurable outcome

      I think this has more to do with the domian rather than the nature of open learning. I coudl have open learning in basic physics where mroe traditional models of measurement coul;d track progress.

      open pedagogy #openpedagogy
    2. open = creativity

      Is this a benifit or a quality. Chick and egg?

      open pedagogy openpedagogy
    3. open = expansion

      maybe networked , rather than expansion. I find students need many scaffolds of community to start.

      open pedagogy openpedagogy
    4. open = agency

      A key principle is agency. Though could be combined with choice.

      openpedagogy open pedagogy
    www.tonybates.ca www.tonybates.ca
    The implications of ‘open’ for course and program design: towards a paradigm shift | Tony Bates
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    1. Open’ course designs

      Yes we can (and shoudld) openly license our course work but what in our couse design must shitf when working in the open?

      open pedagogy openpedagogy
    www.tonybates.ca www.tonybates.ca
    What do we mean by ‘open’ in education? | Tony Bates
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    1. Open education can take a number of forms:

      All of the descritpions of open pedagogy seem to put the openness on the content and artifacts and not in the learner.

      #openpedagogy open pedagogy
    opencontent.org opencontent.org
    What is Open Pedagogy?
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    1. only possible in the context of the free access and 4R permissions

      This sets up a binary. You can not be "open"unless you are fully open? What does that mean when I draft a document on Google Docs? I have granualr control over permissions but someone own's my data. Is it open? Must learning occur on on a FOSS (free and open source software) to be considered part of open pedagogy?

      open pedagogy openpedagogy
  5. Feb 2017
  6. thatpsychprof.com thatpsychprof.com
    Pragmatism vs. Idealism and the Identity Crisis of OER Advocacy
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    1. Crucially, adopting OEP requires more of a shift of mindset than does adopting OER, more critical reflection about the roles of the instructor and the student when education continues to be based on content consumption rather than critical digital literacy despite information (and misinformation) being abundant.

      I think there are already plenty of examples of OEP in the wild, just not identified as OEP. It may go under the name Digital Pedagogy, Student as Producer, Network Learning, Networks of Practice, Service Learning, Public Sphere Pedagogy.

      open pedagogy
    2. ‘what else can I do because of these permissions?’, we’ve come within striking distance of realizing the full power of open.”

      With full respect to David, I might phrase this as "we've come within striking distance of realizing the full power of open educational resources."

      oer open pedagogy
    www.mrowe.co.za www.mrowe.co.za
    Critical digital pedagogy: Weapon of mass instruction
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    1. If we want to better understand when and how we lost our way with educational technology, we must go back to the early days of the Internet.

      ...and a time when higher education WAS the internet

      internet open pedagogy
    pkp.sfu.ca pkp.sfu.ca
    Using OJS and OMP for Open Pedagogy | Public Knowledge Project
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    1. Using peer assessment for improving student work Involving students in self-assessment of their work and classroom performanc

      These are new example of open pedagogy for me.

      open pedagogy oer open education
    2. can include

      Like that Kevin has framed the activities as "can"

      open pedagogy oer open journal open educational practice
  7. Jan 2017
  8. pedablogy.stevegreenlaw.org pedablogy.stevegreenlaw.org
    Pedablogy: Musings on the Art & Craft of Teaching | It's not what you teach that matters, but what the student learns
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  9. Dec 2016
  10. bavatuesdays.com bavatuesdays.com
    Is Content Infrastructure or the Residue of Social Learning?
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    opencontent.org opencontent.org
    The Open Education Infrastructure, and Why We Must Build It
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    1. competencies or learning outcomes, educational resources that support the achievement of those outcomes, assessments by which learners can demonstrate their achievement of those outcomes, and credentials that certify their mastery of those outcomes to third parties.

      These all feel very product driven from my perspective. Perhaps it's a necessarily administrative position. Of course, David himself has written about this elsewhere, but what about the process, what about pedagogy?

      open pedagogy infrastructure
    catherinecronin.wordpress.com catherinecronin.wordpress.com
    Openness and praxis (at #SRHE)
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    1. Defining OEP Overall, open education practitioners and researchers describe OEP as moving beyond a content-centred approach to openness, shifting the focus from resources to practices, with learners and teachers sharing the processes of knowledge creation. In their summary of the UKOER project, for example, Beetham, et al. (2012) explicitly define the project’s interpretation of OEP as practices which included the creation, use and reuse of OER as well as open learning, open/public pedagogies, open access publishing, and the use of open technologies. Ehlers (2011) defines OEP as “practices which support the (re)use and production of OER through institutional policies, promote innovative pedagogical models, and respect and empower learners as co-producers on their lifelong learning paths.”
      open pedagogy OEP oer
    fltmag.com fltmag.com
    Adventures in Modalities, Materials, Responsibilities, and Resources in College Language Instruction and Faculty Development - The FLTMAG
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    1. by inserting comments in the audio recordings they’d submit to me (as opposed to worrying about whether or not it was ok to correct their French in class in front of their peers… something I had always been hesitant to do in spite of – or perhaps because of – what had been done to me!) or by recording an audio walkthrough of suggestions and corrections to the first drafts of their compositions (instead of handing back a blood-red “fixed” version of a composition in class).

      Premium on teacher feedback.

      OER open pedagogy feedback
    2. There’s something to be said about making the text your own in this manner: my students took ownership of the content and (literally) left their mark on it!

      Indeed!

      Annotation OER open pedagogy
    opencontent.org opencontent.org
    What is Open Pedagogy?
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    1. the assignment is impossible without the permissions granted by open licenses.

      To me, this is a limited definition of "open." What exactly are we opening? Just the resource itself? Just the price or access to the resource? What about it's composition? Does opening the composition or interpretation of a close resource count as open pedagogy?

      open pedagogy
    2. remixing

      How does this happen exactly?

      open pedagogy
    3. create a small tutorial

      Students creating wikis can function similarly.

      open pedagogy
    4. to teach

      Students as teachers, as experts, as knowledge producers.

      open pedagogy
    5. disposable assignments.”

      I've been think lately about an idea I'll now call "disposable tools": tools introduced in formal education that aren't really used outside the classroom.

      It's true that the skills gained by using such education technology can be carried out of the classroom. And it's true that we need the safety of the walled garden some such platforms provide in some learning contexts. But what if professors and administrators started thinking about what tech to use in the classroom based on the sustainability of those tools? Asking, will this be useful to students beyond graduation?

      open pedagogy
    6. How can we extend, revise, and remix our pedagogy based on these additional capabilities?

      To me, and I may be short on imagination here, the bulk of the work is in connecting teaching and learning with bullets 3 and 4.

      open pedagogy
    7. open pedagogy
  11. Oct 2016
  12. www.steve-wheeler.co.uk www.steve-wheeler.co.uk
    The meaning of pedagogy
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    1. Pedagogy is leading people to a place where they can learn for themselves. It is about creating environments and situations where people can draw out from within themselves, and hone the abilities they already have, to create their own knowledge, interpret the world in their own unique ways, and ultimately realise their full potential as human beings.
      pedagogy open pedagogy
  13. Sep 2016
  14. net.educause.edu net.educause.edu
    The Next Generation Digital Learning Environment: A Report on Research
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    1. Higher education is moving away from its traditional emphasis on the instructor, however, replacing itwith a focus on learning and the learner.
      open pedagogy student driven husson
    cdn.nmc.org cdn.nmc.org
    2016-nmc-cosn-horizon-report-k12-EN.pdf
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    1. Ashift is taking place in schools all over the world as learners are exploring subject matter through the act of creation rather than the consumption of conten

      So interesting to see this "realization" included in the K-12 report but not in the HE report. Fostering curiousity, interest, creativity, and ownership. Short jump to an open pedagogy model but pretty unclear that's where this is coming from.

      k-12 horizon open pedagogy
  15. Jun 2016
  16. www.facultyfocus.com www.facultyfocus.com
    Six Things Faculty Can Do to Promote Student Engagement
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    www.digitalpedagogylab.com www.digitalpedagogylab.com
    The Resident Web and Its Impact on the Academy - Hybrid Pedagogy
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    1. The web breaks us out of a product-centered publishing cycle and allows us to become part of an ongoing flow, in which knowledge is perpetually negotiated within networks.

      Evolution of knowledge/content: process over product

      edtech open pedagogy
    www.dailymaverick.co.za www.dailymaverick.co.za
    Op-Ed: Technology can revolutionise university access | Daily Maverick
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    1. If the limitations are acknowledged and accounted for, there is no reason why open education should not offer genuine opportunities for promoting equity of access to higher education
      open pedagogy open education
    er.educause.edu er.educause.edu
    Pedagogy, Technology, and the Example of Open Educational Resources
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    1. If texts — content — are at the heart of a course, and content is now shaped into a process that depends on learner engagement in order to function fully, then OER propels us into truly student-centered territory.

      from OER to OEP and open pedagogy

      open pedagogy
    www.oeconsortium.org www.oeconsortium.org
    June 8: Designing for Open Pedagogy with CCCOER | The Open Education Consortium
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  17. May 2016
  18. radicalscholarship.wordpress.com radicalscholarship.wordpress.com
    Teacher Quality, Wiggins and Hattie: More Doing the Wrong Things the Right Ways
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    1. Wiggins and McTighe’s solutions—backward design, sharing detailed rubrics with students, etc.—are certainly the right way to do teacher-centered, standards-driven education based on measurable outcomes.

      I've been wondering for a long time about ID, UbD and the like as they fit in with open educational practices and open pedagogy. It seems like they're closed in a way, in that the the goals, the way they're defined and the means to getting there are all defined for the learner. But if we really want to help people grow and be all they can be, we have to cede control to the learners, so they can start to define their own goals, and find out how to set their own paths.

      open pedagogy instructional design
    commons.gc.cuny.edu commons.gc.cuny.edu
    Why we need Social Paper – CUNY Academic Commons
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    1. A public must allow for new members to join as the old fade away. A public must not die every semester. 
      open pedagogy
    gamesandlearning.wordpress.com gamesandlearning.wordpress.com
    Something Opened
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    1. My experimentation with open pedagogy – and my attempts to guide students’ learning with/in and across open platforms – was a social endeavor that invited reciprocal networking.
      open pedagogy open education networked learning
  19. Apr 2016
  20. www.davidson.edu www.davidson.edu
    Annual Teaching Showcase - May 6, 2016
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    er.educause.edu er.educause.edu
    Networked Learning as Experiential Learning
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    1. networked discovery of connections would be at the center of both the learning environment as designed by faculty and the learning environment as experienced by students

      Would love to hear Campbell or Kuh elaborate on this. Identifying "connections" as more important than identifying content/information? A new way for searching the Internet? Mining connections among content/people? Mining the connections I've made among content/people on the Internet?

      gardner connected learning networked learning open pedagogy
    medium.com medium.com
    True Grit? — Medium
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    1. When you see young people as agents of change, rather than objects to be changed,
      agency open pedagogy grit
    acrlog.org acrlog.org
    OER Outreach for Newbies, Part I: What I Would Do Differently | ACRLog
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    1. It also arguably just shifts the costs of a broken system from students to the library.

      Maybe thinking beyond the textbook needs to be there from the start. See Downes "the textbook is a monolith."

      oer open pedagogy
    2. involving students throughout the entire process

      There is the goal. Free textbooks is a baby-step along the way.

      open pedagogy
    3. it sometimes isn’t enough just to say “this will save students money so we should do it.

      Indeed!

      oer oa open pedagogy
    ww2.kqed.org ww2.kqed.org
    Why Aren’t More Schools Using Free, Open Tools?
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    1. “While we have the ‘must do’ layer, there’s also that little bit of subversion here, giving kids that little bit of creativity and maybe a ray of hope,” Reisinger said. “I want them to learn that learning is not all about what someone else preordains for you. It’s OK to tinker and play with things.”

      Refreshing! Self-directed learning. Agency. Almost smells like open pedagogy!

      open pedagogy
  21. Mar 2016
  22. googleguacamole.wordpress.com googleguacamole.wordpress.com
    A Framework for Identifying and Evaluating Openly Networked Connected Learning Course Designs
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    www.seanmichaelmorris.com www.seanmichaelmorris.com
    On Love, Critical Pedagogy, and the Work We Must Do
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    1. What occurs when we decide that agency and not expertise is the core principle of learning is that we must, as teachers, learn to see the very best in students.
      digped agency open pedagogy
    georgecouros.ca georgecouros.ca
    Adding or Subtracting Learning?
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    1. Many times, the work we do as educators is actually taking away some of the most powerful learning from our students.
      active learning open pedagogy
    littlegreycellsblog.wordpress.com littlegreycellsblog.wordpress.com
    Rhizomatic learning as an open pedagogy
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    open.bccampus.ca open.bccampus.ca
    Open Pedagogy: Moving Forward | BCcampus OpenEd Resources
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    open.bccampus.ca open.bccampus.ca
    A Pre-flight Check: Response to Wiley’s Open Pedagogy Challenge | BCcampus OpenEd Resources
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    link.springer.com link.springer.com
    A framework for assessing fitness for purpose in open educational resources - Springer
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    1. The OER is used to devise interactive ways of using OER to promote students’ engagement in the problem-solving process.

      This is close. How about "promote students' engagement" with the OER itself? Student can annotate, edit, create, improve, expand the OER.

      open pedagogy oer
    2. Pedagogy

      The 'O' from OER is pretty absent from this list.

      open pedagogy oer
    3. Learners are engaged in solving real-world problems. Existing knowledge is activated as a foundation for new knowledge. New knowledge is demonstrated to the learner. New knowledge is applied by the learner. New knowledge is integrated into the learner’s world.

      Not totally on board with this. Perhaps if "learner" role can be filled with student or instructor.

      open pedagogy learner-centered
    4. 1) Providing open, accessible and quality content for a wider community of teachers and learners.  2) Sharing best practice and helping to avoid re-inventing the wheel.  3) Helping developing countries improve and expand learning for development opportunities.  4) Offering flexible non-formal and informal knowledge and skills accumulation pathways to formal study.  5) Providing learning opportunities for geographically, socially or economically excluded students and non-traditional and work-based learners.  6) Improving the quality of conventional and online education by achieving greater awareness of open and inclusive educational practices and varied perspectives on fields of study.  7) Enabling collaboration between institutions, sectors, disciplines and countries.

      I would have expected a more direct reference to serving students. Students being active participants, potentially creators of the content (knowledge) they are interacting with.

      open pedagogy
  23. Feb 2016
  24. www.studentpulse.com www.studentpulse.com
    Re-Envisioning Paulo Freire's "Banking Concept of Education"
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    projects.upei.ca projects.upei.ca
    blog post #3 | SCENT (Senate Committee on the Enhancement of Teaching)
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    www.tru.ca www.tru.ca
    00118627_downloadable.indd
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  25. Jan 2016
  26. www.edsurge.com www.edsurge.com
    The Future of Education Isn’t Free. It’s Open. (EdSurge News)
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    campustechnology.com campustechnology.com
    Open Pedagogy: Connection, Community, and Transparency -- Campus Technology
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  27. Dec 2015
  28. www.davidson.edu www.davidson.edu
    Faculty Stipends for Open Educational Resources and Open Pedagogy
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    watchtheedge.com watchtheedge.com
    Take a Load Off Fanny: And, And, And, Put the Load Right on Me - Watch the Edge
    1
    1. Open education is a means, a way of doing something; it isn’t something. That something is for individuals to arrive at however they want to get there–that’s the point of making it all “open.” I hope they share that awesomeness when they arrive at it, but they don’t have to.

      Process not product.

      wright opened OER open pedagogy
  29. Nov 2015
  30. tech.ed.gov tech.ed.gov
    How Williamsfield schools decided to #GoOpen | Office of Educational Technology
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    1. “Instead of having one prescribed way to do things that comes from a textbook, kids can do things where they’re truly interested,” says Lori Secrist. “When they’re truly interested, they’re engaged. And when they’re engaged, they learn.”
      open pedagogy k-12 OER
  31. Aug 2015
  32. tagteam.harvard.edu tagteam.harvard.edu
    TagTeam :: Pilot Testing Open Pedagogy - abernard102@gmail.com - Open Access Tracking Project (OATP)
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    www.edsurge.com www.edsurge.com
    Do I Own My Domain If You Grade It? (EdSurge News)
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  33. Jul 2015
  34. educatorinnovator.org educatorinnovator.org
    What’s ‘Value Added’ About Tech Tools in the Classroom? | Educator Innovator
    1
  35. Jun 2015
  36. www.hewlett.org www.hewlett.org
    OER mapping RFP_Phase 2 Final June 23 2014.pdf
    1
    1. equal access

      I'm thinking through what "equal engagement" might be. Access is s starting point. What about the tools to do something with the access granted?

      OER Hewlett Open Engagement Open Pedagogy