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Openness in a Flipped Class: relatiOnship, contEnt, cuRiosity

  1. 1. Openness in a Flipped Class: relatiOnship, contEnt, cuRiosity Dr. Beatriz de los Arcos The Open University
  2. 2. Photo: CC BY B. de los Arcos
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  4. 4. Open Source Software Open Access Open Culture Open Educational Resources Open Content Open Data Open Science Open Research Open Licensing Open Textbooks Open Courseware Open Policy CC BY J.Park
  5. 5. CC BY J.Park
  6. 6. What’s Open Got to Do with It? Photo:CCBY-SA2.0bybadgreebfattkatt
  7. 7. O E R H U B Understanding the impact of open educational resources Photo: CC BY M. Weller
  8. 8. Keyword Hypothesis Performance OER improve student performance/satisfaction Openness People use OER differently from other online materials Access OER widen participation in education Retention OER can help at-risk learners to finish their studies Reflection OER use leads educators to reflect on their practice Finance OER adoption brings financial benefits for students/institutions Indicators Informal learners use a variety of indicators when selecting OER Support Informal learners develop their own forms of study support Transition OER support informal learners in moving to formal study Policy OER use encourages institutions to change their policies Assessment Informal assessments motivate learners using OER
  9. 9. OER Impact Map
  10. 10. Kari’s photo Photo: CC BY OERRHub
  11. 11. © Jon Bergmann All Rights Reserved
  12. 12. relatiOnship contEnt cuRiosity
  13. 13. “This course has been fully developed from scratch without [copyright restrictions] and is released free on the web for any teacher or student to use or remix. As a result, I do not treat this curriculum as mine –it belongs to the class and to the world.”
  14. 14. “Two weeks ago, I had the chance to help out one of our teachers as she worked with some 4th graders on math. Instead of “teaching” the students, she had each student design a lesson they could teach to the world. They designed their presentation and used a screen capture program (…) to record their session. We then posted the video to YouTube and now these 10 year olds are teaching the world math lessons. It has been motivating for these students to see how many people watch their videos. It has also helped them to understand the topic that they presented on”.
  15. 15. “I’m not so much the all-knowing Oz behind the curtain that we grew up with… teachers were the holders of all knowledge and we were students, lucky to be in their presence. My students are able to see the fact that I’m a learner alongside of them and we can learn from each other (…) I by no means profess that I’m the only one that has this knowledge, I’m the only one they can learn from, the only one who knows the right answers”
  16. 16. Photo CC BY-NC 2.0 ryancr
  17. 17. • I’ve never seen it 33.3% • I’ve seen it but don’t know what it means 16% • I’ve seen it and know what it means 50.6% What do you know about this logo?
  18. 18. How important is CC licensing to you?
  19. 19. • I’ve created resources 95% • I’ve created resources and published them online 44% • I’ve created resources and published them online under a CC license 5%
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  23. 23. Photo: CC BY-ND 2.0 by Christian Weidinger,
  24. 24. Thank you for listening @celTatis Photo CC BY-SA 2.0 Michael Mandiberg
  25. 25. in service of The Open University

Editor's Notes

  • Relationship, content, curiosity