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Open
Pedagogy
• Mary Burgess & Tracy Kelly
• Mar. 10, 2015
@bccampus @maryeburgess
@trass
#openeducationwk
Title of Presentation
Agenda
• What is Open Pedagogy? Iterating Toward a Definition…
• Our Matrix (v 1.0)
• What examples ...
What is Open?
“OER are teaching,
learning, and research
resources that reside in the
public domain or have been
released u...
What is Pedagogy?
What is Open Pedagogy?
Iterating Toward a Definition…
David Wiley has said Open Pedagogy includes:
• Teaching and Learning...
Matrix
The Matrix: a tool for
generating examples…
Open
(Resources & Approaches)
Not Open
(Resources & Approaches)
Effecti...
Matrix
The Matrix: a tool for
generating examples…
Open
(Resources & Approaches)
practices that are possible when adopting...
Matrix
The Matrix: a tool for
generating examples…
Open
(Resources & Approaches)
practices that are possible when adopting...
Matrix
The Matrix: a tool for
generating examples…
Open
(Resources & Approaches)
practices that are possible when adopting...
Thank You…
Questions?
Bccampus.ca
@maryeburgess & @trass
#openeducationwk
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Open Pedagogy: Iterating Toward a Definition. Using David Wiley's work as a starting point, Mary Burgess and Tracy Kelly share a matrix they developed to help generate ideas and examples of learning design/activities that are both open and effective to support learning

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  1. 1. Open Pedagogy • Mary Burgess & Tracy Kelly • Mar. 10, 2015 @bccampus @maryeburgess @trass #openeducationwk
  2. 2. Title of Presentation Agenda • What is Open Pedagogy? Iterating Toward a Definition… • Our Matrix (v 1.0) • What examples can you think of? Session Outcome • By the end of this session, you will know (at least) one definition of Open Pedagogy and some examples of what it looks like in practice
  3. 3. What is Open? “OER are teaching, learning, and research resources that reside in the public domain or have been released under an intellectual property license that permits their free use and re-purposing by others.” http://www.hewlett.org/programs/education- program/open-educational-resources • The right to make, own and control copies of the contentRetain • The right to use the content in a wide range of waysReuse • The right to adapt, adjust, or modify the content itselfRevise • The right to combine the original or revised content with other open content to create something newRemix • The right to share copies of the original content, your revisions, or your remixes with othersRedistribute
  4. 4. What is Pedagogy?
  5. 5. What is Open Pedagogy? Iterating Toward a Definition… David Wiley has said Open Pedagogy includes: • Teaching and Learning Practices that are possible when you adopt OER but are impossible when you adopt traditionally copyrighted materials • Use of OER • Students work in the open: create and share their work • The Challenge: … “ we need at least 15 – 20 more examples, before we can have a substantive conversation about open pedagogy”
  6. 6. Matrix The Matrix: a tool for generating examples… Open (Resources & Approaches) Not Open (Resources & Approaches) Effective Learning Design *1* 3 Not Effective (or, non-optimal) Learning Design 2 4
  7. 7. Matrix The Matrix: a tool for generating examples… Open (Resources & Approaches) practices that are possible when adopting OER but are impossible when you adopt traditionally copyrighted materials”. Use of OER, requirement for students to work out in the open: create and share their work Not Open (Resources & Approaches) what we might think of as “traditional” - costly “closed” textbooks, learning community activity limited to the f2f classroom or behind an LMS firewall Effective Learning Design authentic, flexible, learning-centred (vs. content or instructor-centred), creative assignments that invite reflection, real- world learning, student choice *1* 3 Not Effective (or, non-optimal) Learning Design what we might describe of as “teacher- centred” methods: lecture-heavy, “disposable” assignments , assessment focused on exams, multiple choice, students demonstrate learning to instructors only, everyone does the same thing, or limited/instructor-determined choices 2 4
  8. 8. Matrix The Matrix: a tool for generating examples… Open (Resources & Approaches) practices that are possible when adopting OER but are impossible when you adopt traditionally copyrighted materials”. Use of OER, requirement for students to work out in the open: create and share their work Not Open (Resources & Approaches) what we might think of as “traditional” - costly “closed” textbooks, learning community activity limited to the f2f classroom or behind an LMS firewall Effective Learning Design authentic, flexible, learning-centred (vs. content or instructor-centred), creative assignments that invite reflection, real- world learning, student choice *1* Examples of open pedagogy: innovative, learning-centred design, supported by affordances of the internet 3 Examples of great learning design, with “closed” resources, conducted in “closed” spaces Not Effective (or, non-optimal) Learning Design what we might describe of as “teacher- centred” methods: lecture-heavy, “disposable” assignments , assessment focused on exams, multiple choice, students demonstrate learning to instructors only, everyone does the same thing, or limited/instructor-determined choices 2 Examples that use OER, but under-utilize potential of Open 4 Examples of “teacher- centred” methods, disposable assignments in a closed environment
  9. 9. Matrix The Matrix: a tool for generating examples… Open (Resources & Approaches) practices that are possible when adopting OER but are impossible when you adopt traditionally copyrighted materials”. Use of OER, requirement for students to work out in the open: create and share their work Not Open (Resources & Approaches) what we might think of as “traditional” - costly “closed” textbooks, learning community activity limited to the f2f classroom or behind an LMS firewall Effective Learning Design authentic, flexible, learning-centred (vs. content or instructor-centred), creative assignments that invite reflection, real- world learning, student choice *1* • Murder, Madness & Mayhem (students edit wikipedia entries to “featured” status”) 3 • student-led real-world research or service projects that include critical reflection and connections made to course concepts and (not open) course resources Not Effective (or, non-optimal) Learning Design what we might describe of as “teacher- centred” methods: lecture-heavy, “disposable” assignments , assessment focused on exams, multiple choice, students demonstrate learning to instructors only, everyone does the same thing, or limited/instructor-determined choices 2 • Open-book, multiple choice final exam in a course that uses an open text 4 • Essay that only the teacher reads/grades: Is [Willy Loman, Hamlet, etc) a tragic hero?
  10. 10. Thank You… Questions? Bccampus.ca @maryeburgess & @trass #openeducationwk

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