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Highlights from open discussion on educators’ involvement

  1. 1. Highlights from open discussion on educators’ involvement • Open doesn’t necessarily mean free – Marketed as “free”, what does that mean? • The context around OER needs to be pedagogical –How are OER packaged? Images: CC0 Pixabay
  2. 2. Highlights from open discussion on educators’ involvement • Spreading the word of OER to teachers – Making people use it – Situation seems to be similar across countries • Multilingual collaboration is strengthened – e.g. working across Islandic - Aromanian
  3. 3. Highlights from open discussion on educators’ involvement • There’s no such thing as a free lunch –What is the cost we are willing to pay? –The sustainabiltiy issue, who will make sure quality is maintained?
  4. 4. Recommendations • To the Commission 2.5 Include training on OER within initital teacher education and continuing professional development programmes for teachers via online platforms 3.2 Facilitate teacher and support staff training in the creation, adaption and use of OERs •Suggestion for new recommendation Work more on the bottom-up perspective, with teachers as ambassadors, to engage teachers to be more active

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