What is Open Pedagogy?
Through open licensing, OER opens up possibilities for new, more collaborative teaching and learning practices—because the materials can be used, adapted and shared within and across learning communities. Open Pedagogy refers to collaborative teaching and learning practices that helps you to advance a culture of sharing and active learning through OER. Developing "openness" can be challenging. Below is a framework for Open Pedagogy, proposed by Bronwyn Hegarty.
Attribution: The Eight Attributes of Open Pedagogy is an excerpt of "The Eight Attributes of Open Pedagogy- Multiplying OER Impact: Building In-service Teacher OER Capacity for Graduate Credit ABOER" [podcast transcript] by Dr Connie Blomgren, PhD & Verena Roberts licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. "What is Open Pedagogy" by WikiEducator is available under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike License unless otherwise noted.
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