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State of Open Education

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Presentation for the Open Education Week about the State of Open Education global and TU Delft on Monday 9th of March 2015 for the Open Education Week Seminar at TU Delft

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State of Open Education

  1. 1. State of Open Education Global and TU Delft Willem van Valkenburg @wfvanvalkenburg Board Member Open Education Consortium Manager Production & Delivery TU Delft Online Learning Unless otherwise indicated, this presentation is licensed CC-BY 4.0 #openeducationwk
  2. 2. Education Is Sharing The basics
  3. 3. Teachers Share With Students knowledge and skills feedback motivation
  4. 4. Students Share With Teachers questions assignments & assessments discussions
  5. 5. If There Is No Sharing there is no education Slides 2-5 adapted from David Wiley
  6. 6. Education is a renewable resource It can enrich both those who receive it and those who give it It can be shared multiple times without being depleted New generations can build on it and increase its value
  7. 7. The 5Rs • Make and own a copyRetain • Use in a wide range of waysReuse • Adapt, modify, and improveRevise • Combine two or moreRemix • Share with othersRedistribute CC-BY David Wiley: http://www.opencontent.org/definition/
  8. 8. Trends & Realities in Global Higher Education
  9. 9. Technology & The Information Age
  10. 10. By OER Africa (CCBY) By thelampnyc (CCBY-NC-ND) By Ed Yourdon (CCBY-SA) The Internet is a powerful tool for sharing The Internet is a powerful tool for education
  11. 11. When these people were teaching, information was scarce By Luther College Photos CC-BY-NC-ND http://www.flickr.com/photos/luthercollegearchives/1485877774/
  12. 12. Now information is at your fingertips
  13. 13. By Matt from London (CCBY) Role of teachers changing from someone who provides information to someone who helps make sense of information
  14. 14. Globalization
  15. 15. Globe: CC-BY-SA Mouh2jijel
  16. 16. CC-BY-SA Sourcemap: http://srce.mp/15yh2pq
  17. 17. Demand & Access
  18. 18. 18.1 20.0 22.5 24.0 25.9 27.1 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 GrossEnrolmentRate.Tertiary(ISCED5&6).Total (%) Source: UNESCO Institute for Statistics in EdStats, July 2011. Note: SAS 2009 is 2008 data. EAP ECA LAC MNA SAS SSA WLD World Bank, The State of Education, 2011
  19. 19. Worldwide Participation in Higher Education is Expected to Grow ~60% by 2025… 2011 2025 Worldwide Participants in Tertiary Education, 2011 and 2025 Projected Source: http://www.timeshighereducation .co.uk/features/a-different- world/2001128.article; OECD indicators Education at a Glance 2012 and Trends in Global Higher Education: Tracking an Academic Revolution, UNESCO 2009 165M 263M
  20. 20. Preparing for the future
  21. 21. Source: http://galleryhip.com/change-ahead-quotes.html
  22. 22. By USAID_IMAGES (CCBY-NC) Interconnectedness, changing economies, rapid development = Education is a necessity, not a luxury
  23. 23. THE TIME IS RIGHT FOR NEW APPROACHES
  24. 24. What is Open Education? Open Education encompasses resources, tools and practices that employ a framework of open sharing to improve educational access and effectiveness worldwide. Open Education combines the traditions of knowledge sharing and creation with 21st century technology to create a vast pool of openly shared educational resources while harnessing today’s collaborative spirit to develop educational approaches that are more responsive to learner’s needs.
  25. 25. Open Education Allows Higher Education to reconsider approaches to teaching and learning
  26. 26. GLOBAL EXAMPLES
  27. 27. http://open.umn.edu Open Text Books http://www.economist.com/news/u nited-states/21612200-its- economics-101-why-textbooks-cost- so-much
  28. 28. http://phet.colorado.edu/ Open Interactive Simulations
  29. 29. http://sccmath.wordpress.com/mat12x-fall-2014/ Donna Gaudet Head of Mathematics Department More information: http://www.oeconsortium.org/projects/impa ct-of-openness-on-institutions/scottsdale- community-college/
  30. 30. Open Chemistry http://ocw.uci.edu/openchem/
  31. 31. https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/
  32. 32. Saide's African Storybook Project is an initiative to stimulate the provision and use of openly licensed stories in local African languages for early reading. The project is conducting pilots in rural and urban sites across Kenya, Uganda, Lesotho and South Africa. The vision of the African Storybook Project is for every African child to have enough stories in a language familiar to them to practise their reading skills and learn to love reading. http://www.africanstorybook.org/
  33. 33. Open Education Movement in Indonesia • Country of 18,000 islands • 500 ethnics groups Some projects: • Aptikom Open CourseWare • Open K-12 Digital Books • JPA-APTIK Open Library Network http://issuu.com/ocwconsortium/docs/oerinindonesia
  34. 34. Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (ALECSO) • Deliver the benefits of open education to the Arab world • Expand access to free, high-quality, open education materials in Arabic, with a focus on STEM • Lower geographic, economic, and even gender- based barriers to learning • Help Arab professors and intellectuals create their own open courses http://www.projects-alecso.org/
  35. 35. Open Education Consortium 30,000+ courses 280+ organizations 40 countries 29 languages
  36. 36. DELFT UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
  37. 37. “Open and online education allows people from around the world access to the top education of TU Delft. It enables everybody who wants to develop themselves and accommodates the increasing number of students seeking higher education. TU Delft is dedicated to deliver world class education to everyone.” Drs. Anka Mulder. Vice President Education TU Delft
  38. 38. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) Open Course Ware (OCW) Online Distance Education (ODE) Campus Education Open & Online portfolio OpenCourseWare (OCW) • Course Materials • Free • Big Exposure, Worldwide audience • Both Bachelor and Master level • No interaction with faculty • No accredited certificate Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) • Learning Activities & Course Materials • Free • Enrolled students only, massive numbers • Bachelors level • Certificate of Completion Online Distance Education • Learning Activities & Course Materials • Paid enrollment • Enrolled students only, limited numbers • Accredited Course Certificate • Full Master Degree On Campus Education • Direct access to education • Research facilities • World Class Library • Student social tissue • Student projects
  39. 39. TU Delft Extension School “Educate the world & enhance quality of online & campus education”
  40. 40. DelftX MOOCs Next Generation Infrastructures - 2 Drinking Water Treatment Functional Programming Technology for Biobased Products Solving Complex Problems Responsible Innovation Treatment of Urban Sewage Introduction to Water & Climate Introduction to Solar Energy Aeronautical Engineering Pre-University Calculus Credit Risk Management Next Generation Infrastructures - 1 Data Analysis: Take it to the MAX() Framing Topology in Condensed Matter http://edx.org/scho ol/delftx Delft Design Approach
  41. 41. Map Next Generation Infrastructures Each marker on the map represents a participating student in this course. CC-BY TU Delft DelftX
  42. 42. Impact of Open Education: How a MOOC changed his life • Andersson Contreras • Student from Colombia https://www.edx.org/blog/how-delft-university-technology-changed
  43. 43. MOOCs impact campus education flipped classroom concept in the on campus course ET3034TU ‘Solar Energy’ using the DelftX/edX MOOC Prelimary results • Arno Smets was able to cover ~30% more material than I used to do in the classical classroom concept • The passing rates went up from averaged 71% in the period 2010 – 2013 up to 89% in 2014. • The average grade went up from 6.51 (on a scale from 1 to 10) for the period 2010-2013 to 7.09 in 2014, showing an increase of 0.58. • 69% of the students prefers the flipped classroom approach above the classical teaching approach. Only 13% prefers the classical classroom approach. More info: http://www.e-learn.nl/2015/01/11/mooc-has-positive-effect-on-campus-education
  44. 44. CCBY:katerha:http://www.flickr.com/photos/katerha/6055323149/ Thank you
  45. 45. Parallel sessions Twitter #openeducationwk

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