Open Education in formal educational settings, TU Delft STUMBLE project 2014

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Open Education in formal educational settings, TU Delft STUMBLE project 2014

  1. 1. Except when otherwise noted, this work is licensed CC-BY 3.0 Please attribute TU Delft / Delft Extension School Image CC BY girlingearstudio Integrating OER in formal education
  2. 2. Welcome! Martijn Ouwehand MSC Open Education team OpenCourseWare Online Distance Education
  3. 3. Image CC BY SA Ewa Rozkosz • About openness • About reuse in formal education • About future prospects
  4. 4. Increase accessibility & Increase quality of educationImage CC BY Ekkebus
  5. 5. Image CC BY girlingearstudio 5R Remix Retain Reuse Revise Redistribute http://www.opencontent.org/de finition/
  6. 6. Image CC BY Phillie Casablanca
  7. 7. Forum Prerequisites Lecture ExamLecture Lecture
  8. 8. MOOCs in class • Honours Class ‘Attacking Complexity’ • 20 students • MOOC VanderBilt University • Thinklabs & Actionlabs Image CC BY NC moliyali
  9. 9. Learning Goals Learning activitiesAssessment Learning resources
  10. 10. Reversed Teaching Prof. Mr. Dr. Ir. Sicco Santema TU Delft Youtube Fridays Prof. Matthew W. Liberatore, Prof. Charles Vestal Colorado School of Mines Peer Instruction Prof. Eric Mazur Harvard Flip/blend/reverse/…
  11. 11. Flipped Classroom Field Guide
  12. 12. Image retrieved CC BY NC SA Mitchel Norris
  13. 13. Photo’s: CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 by Darren Kuropatwa CC BY Dr. Beatriz de los Arcos The Open University
  14. 14. “What if we treat content as a byproduct of learning” and focus instead on the experience - @Gsiemens #opened13 @Audrey Watters, 06-1-13 17:51 “Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think” Albert Einstein Image CC BY NC Thomas Thomas
  15. 15. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) Open Course Ware (OCW) Online Distance Education (ODE) Campus Education • 2 MOOCs (> 80.000 enrollments) • ≈ 5.000 Certificates of Completion • 3 MOOCs starting • No Credits • More than 120 courses online & 10.000 weblectures recorded • Unique visitors > 800 /day • No interaction with faculty • No accredited certificate • 1 full online master (25 courses) • 2 modules, 1 minor, 1 master (6 courses) • 50 students (30 on-campus) • Full Master Degree / Accredited Course Certificate • 19.000 on-campus students • Bachelor – Master – PhD • 2 blended Bachelors Open & Online portfolio
  16. 16. MOOC • OpenAccess • Bachelor level • Single course • No EC • Certificate of Completion Course • Paypercourse • Bachelorandmaster • SingleCourse • <10EC • CourseCertificate Serie • Paypercourse • BachelorandMaster • Coupleofcourses • 10-15EC • FormalCertificate Module • Paypercourse • Bachelor&Master • Coupleofcourses/series • 30EC • FormalDiploma Programme • Paypercourse • Master • Coupleof courses/series/modules • >60EC • FormalMaster BLENDED
  17. 17. Online Blended education Face-to- face OE(R)
  18. 18. Learning Goals Learning activitiesAssessment Openness in formal education Activate studentsOE(R) Image CC BY SA CollegeDegrees360
  19. 19. CC BY Dr. Beatriz de los Arcos The Open University
  20. 20. Using OER the same way we used commercial textbooks misses the point. It’s like driving an airplane down the road. Yes, the airplane has wheels and is capable of driving down on the road (provided the road is wide enough). But the point of an airplane is to fly at hundreds of miles per hour – not to drive. David Wiley, October 21, 2013
  21. 21. Figure CC BY NC SA OEP Guide, Guidelines for open educational practices in organisations (Vs. 2011), Low No OER (re)usage Medium OER (re-)usage or creation High OER (re-)usage and creation High - Open objectives - Open methods Medium Closed objectives Open methods Low Closed objectives Closed methods OER Usage LearningArchitecture
  22. 22. Christine Redecker, Jonatan Castaño Muñoz, Riina Vuorikari, Yves Punie Open Education 2013 scenario Synthesis (in review) How What Where When
  23. 23. Characteristics: • Intrinsically motivated • Self steering • Willing and Able to learn like this Image CC BY SA CollegeDegrees360
  24. 24. Image CC BY SA Campuspartybrasil “Education is a self organizing System, where learning is an emergent phenomenon...” - Sugata Mitra
  25. 25. TU Delft Challenge Images taken from Weblog Karlijn de Wit
  26. 26. Image taken from Weblog Karlijn de Wit
  27. 27. “I Expect a question about this on my fatigue of structures and materials exam coming Wednesday”
  28. 28. D:Dream D:DREAM
  29. 29. facebook.com/TuDelft.OpenCourseWare nl.linkedin.com/in/ocwtudelft twitter.com/TUDelftOCW slideshare.net/DelftOpenEr open.tudelft.nl

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