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"Open Pedagogy" for eLearning Pioneers


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Using OER as a springboard to rethink pedagogy. Prepared for Saudi women leaders in education for eLearning Pioneers 2015, at the University of New Hampshire.

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"Open Pedagogy" for eLearning Pioneers

  1. 1. Open Pedagogy Dr. Robin DeRosa OER Ambassador Pilot Consultant University of New Hampshire Professor of English and Interdisciplinary Studies Plymouth State University
  2. 2. • Student textbooks cost about $1,200 per year. • That’s equal to 12% of tuition at my university. • Students worry more about paying for books than they worry about paying for college. • Textbook costs have risen 812% since 1978. Image: CCBY Georgie Pauwels
  3. 3. Reuse Revise Remix Redistribute Retain CCBYSA Breno Trautwein
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  5. 5. OERPedagogy CCSA Brian
  6. 6. Open Pedagogy • Community and collaboration over content. • Connects the university with the wider public. • Treats education as a learner-developed process. • No gates. No hoops. No end.
  7. 7. Community/Coll aboration • P2P feedback • Team-oriented inquiry and problem-solving • Value of diverse skills and experiences • Not “mastery,” but growth • Power of the community as a 21st century model CCBY Ian Sane
  8. 8. Connect to Public • Transdisciplinary approach benefits students and wider world • Working in a real-world lab emphasizes experience over preparation • Students can contribute now and will contribute even more later Image: CCBYSA Sue Waters
  9. 9. Learner-Developed Process CC BY US Army Relevant Rhizomatic Recursive
  10. 10. No Gates No Hoops No End CCBY Marcin Wichery
  11. 11. No Gates No Hoops No End CCBYNCThomasHawk
  12. 12. No Gates No Hoops No End CCBYNCS.Lewandowski
  13. 13. Going “Open” • Use OER and engage with OER. • Value community over content. • Make your classroom a public workspace. • Empower students to direct their learning. • Never impede learning for any reason. • Limit disposable assignments. • Find ways to help the course continue…
  14. 14. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.