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Open pedagogy: making learning visible through live, reflective, and co-created experiences

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VIU’s take on open pedagogy centres around the making of learning visible through community engagement and the design of authentic and lived learning experiences, including non-disposable assignments. This isn’t about using open textbooks or open educational resources (however it may be a side effect) but rather about making the entire learning experience live, unedited and unfolding in the moment following many of the attributes of Hegarty’s (2015) model for open pedagogy (learner generated, peer review, participatory technology, innovation and creativity, sharing, reflection, trust and a connected community). We have a number of faculty applying open pedagogy components in their classes and we’ll share some examples. We also are building a course redesign institute around this impactful learning practice. This session will explore the evolving components of open pedagogy and how it might manifest for optimal student learning. Participants will engage in a mini-version of our course redesign model and uncover the key attributes of open pedagogy. Come explore visible learning with us!

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Open pedagogy: making learning visible through live, reflective, and co-created experiences

  1. 1. Open Pedagogy: Making Learning Visible through Live, Reflective and Co-created Experiences Liesel Knaack, Director Michael Paskevicius, Educational Developer Centre for Innovation and Excellence in Learning Vancouver Island University
  2. 2. Agenda 1. Introductions (2 mins) 1. Our Evolving Perspectives (Demonstration) (5 mins) 1. What Does Open Pedagogy Look Like for You? (Group Discussion) (7 mins) 1. Towards a Definition (3 mins) 1. Examples (Sharing) (7 mins) 1. Case Study (Group Activity) (15 mins) 1. Summary (2 mins)
  3. 3. Our Evolving Perspectives Open Pedagogy Open access Open Textbooks Open for Greater Good - Social Justice Open Educational Resources Open educational practices Networked learning Digital literacies The open web Digital identities
  4. 4. What Does Open Pedagogy Look Like for You?
  5. 5. Hegarty, B. (2015). Attributes of Open Pedagogy: A Model for Using Open Educational Resources. EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY, 4.
  6. 6. Degrees of Openness Hodgkinson-Williams, C., & Gray, E. (2009). Degrees of Openness: The Emergence of Open Educational Resources at the University of Cape Town. International Journal of Education and Development Using ICT, 5(5), 101–116.
  7. 7. Towards a Definition Open/Social Pedagogy Design approaches to teaching and learning that engage students with what we might call an “authentic audience” (other than the teacher), where the representation of knowledge for an audience is absolutely central to the construction of knowledge in a course. Social pedagogies build in iterative cycles of engagement with the most difficult material, and through a focus on authentic audience and representation of knowledge for others, help students deepen their understanding of core concepts by engaging in the ways of thinking, practicing, and communicating in a field. Bass, R., & Elmendorf, H. (2009). Social Pedagogies - Teagle Foundation White Paper. Retrieved 9 May 2017, from https://blogs.commons.georgetown.edu/bassr/social-pedagogies/
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  13. 13. Open / Social Pedagogy Case Provide Guidance to An Instructor In Need!
  14. 14. Summary Open Pedagogy: Making Learning Visible through Live, Reflective and Co-created Experiences Liesel Knaack, Director (liesel.knaack@viu.ca) Michael Paskevicius, Educational Developer (michael.paskevicius@viu.ca) Centre for Innovation and Excellence in Learning

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