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A brief discussion on how we might imagine including issues of equity in our conceptual models of the OER ecosystem...

A brief discussion on how we might imagine including issues of equity in our conceptual models of the OER ecosystem...

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    • When Open Encounters Different Classroom Justin Reich Fellow, Berkman Centerblogs.edweek.com/edweek/edtechresesearcher @bjfr
    • blogs.edweek.org/edweek/edtechresearcher
    • Learning OER Innovation
    • Closing Gaps Rising Tide Affluent students Affluent students LearningLearning Low-income Low-income students students EdTech Innovation EdTech Innovation
    • Classroom Wikis as Case StudyScale: In 2008, ~250,000 Depth: Every wiki edit byeducation-related PBworks every user on every pagewikis created recorded continuously toglobally, ~70% of which the second.were publicly viewable
    • Does wiki usage differ in schools serving different populations?
    • Low Income Mid to High Schools Income Schools (n=117) (n=133)Failed or Trial Wiki 50% 30%Teacher-Content Wiki 34% 35%Individual Student-Owned 15% 35%WikiCollaborative Student-Owned 2% 1%WikiMedian Lifetime 6 days 33 days
    • Low Income Mid to High Schools Income Schools (n=117) (n=133)Failed or Trial Wiki 50% 30%Teacher-Content Wiki 34% 35%Individual Student-Owned 15% 35%WikiCollaborative Student-Owned 2% 1%WikiMedian Lifetime 6 days 33 days
    • Low Income Mid to High Schools Income Schools (n=117) (n=133)Failed or Trial Wiki 50% 30%Teacher-Content Wiki 34% 35%Individual Student-Owned 15% 35%WikiCollaborative Student-Owned 2% 1%WikiMedian Lifetime 6 days 33 days
    • Low Income Mid to High Schools Income Schools (n=117) (n=133)Failed or Trial Wiki 50% 30%Teacher-Content Wiki 34% 35%Individual Student-Owned 15% 35%WikiCollaborative Student-Owned 2% 1%WikiMedian Lifetime 6 days 33 days
    • Reponses to inequity in wiki Rising Tideusage: Affluent students1) If there is more net learning, whoever is learning, that’s Learning good.2) We should prioritize serving Low-income middle and high income students learners to develop political support3) We should rethink our EdTech Innovation delivery mechanisms to ensure that innovation targets those who need the most support
    • Thank you! Justin Reich Fellow, Berkman Centerblogs.edweek.org/edweek/edtechresesearcher @bjfr Edtechteacher.org