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OER In practice - Swedish teachers participating in collegial collaboration about OER

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OER In practice - Swedish teachers participating in collegial collaboration about OER
Linda Bradley

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OER In practice - Swedish teachers participating in collegial collaboration about OER

  1. 1. Swedish teachers participating in collegial collaboration about OER Linda Bradley University of Gothenburg Sweden Open Education: promoting diversity for European Languages, 26-27 September, 2016, Brussels Projektet genomförs med ekonomiskt stöd från Europeiska kommissionen. För uppgifterna i denna publikation ansvarar endast upphovsmannen. Europeiska kommissionen tar inget ansvar för hur dessa uppgifter kan komma att användas.
  2. 2. The online course Going Open Sweden • 8 weeks March-May, 2015 & During summer June- August, 2015 • 39 teachers from all over Sweden An active environment, with great teacher engagement
  3. 3. Built on the 5 R’s of openness Built around 4 modules based on Wiley’s 5 R’s of openness 1.Introduction 2.Retain and reuse (What is good quality in web resources, Exploring OER sites 3.Redistribute (how to attribute materials, open licences) 4.Revise and remix (creating multimodal content) –Variation in course content: Videos, articles, quizzes etc
  4. 4. Teacher OER from Going Open Working with book trailers Working with intercultural communication
  5. 5. Sharing OER with others 6 teachers were interviewed about their sharing habits Frequency in posting Now and then, not on a regular basis Reasons for posting To fill gaps that were missing, getting appreciation, an opportunity for response, getting more colleagues Reasoning about why few teachers post OER Lack of time, other priorities, uncertain about the quality in their own work, afraid of being critiqued
  6. 6. Reflections from teachers from Going Open • Eye-opener to the wealth of possibilities • Getting over the threshold of sharing • An eye-opener to openness
  7. 7. Reflections from teachers from Going Open • Eye-opener to the wealth of possibilities • Getting over the threshold of sharing • An eye-opener to openness

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