Open Ed

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Open-Assessment: It’s Just Good Pedagogy #OER a reflection on OE Fellows Webinar 5: Introduction to Open Educational Practice #OEP from @eCampusOntario

As I reflect on the past term one of the big changes for me was how consciously open and flexible the course was in many ways. The course website was open and students had the choice of how they wanted to meet the learning outcomes. Not only were they involved in defining what the project would be they could choose how they shared their work. Rubrics in the course were also co-created. They defined how they wanted to participate, which ended up […]

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Open and privacy

  In their presentation at the Open Education 2018 conference entitled “Open” Education and Student Learning Data: Reflections on Big Data, Privacy, and Learning Platforms, Billy Meinke and Steel Wagstaff asked whether we might consider open education to include the value of respecting privacy. Their presentation was about data gathered from students by educational technology […]

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I would like to become known as a curator, please @OntarioExtend

On this fine fall day, I would like to curate some content to demonstrate that I meet the Ontario Extend curator badge criteria. This post will attempt to be sassy and fun. Oh, and I might as well use it for the 9x9x25 challenge since I am falling behind on those posts. GDJ / Pixabay √ Defined content curation. Here is a curated definition found using the OER Commons: Curation: the process of selecting, organizing, and sharing high-quality teaching and […]

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How @YouTube can Expand Presentation Opportunities: Looking Back to #FoL18 with @draggin and @jozbfz

I was updating my CV and realized I had not blogged about the amazing experience I had presenting virtually at the BC Festival of learning. What a shame! Tweets just aren’t enough to express my gratitude for this experience. It was a great experience. I recommend it. Thanks for attending and including me in the #FoL18 discussion. https://t.co/D2oVul7ZCC — Laura Killam (@NurseKillam) May 31, 2018   My co-presenters Jason Toal and Jon Fulton made this possible. One of the great things […]

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Types of OER: Remixing Day 4 of #makingsense18 to use in #BSN4416

If you are considering adapting or creating an open educational resource (OER) for your project? Do you want to find a good starting point for talking about success criteria for your project? Looking at existing OER is a good place to start. Types of OER Intention The purpose of this post is to provide you with an opportunity to explore the following: The variety resources that can be OER Preliminary information on where to find OER File types and tools […]

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Open Concepts: Day 3 #makingsense18

Here is my “diagram” to illustrate how the following terms are related to my practice. Open education in schools MOOCs Distance education Open learning E-learning   Interrelated Open Concepts In schools, educators use tools of e-learning and distance education (among others) to “teach” their students. E-learning is used in distance and in-person education (not represented well in the diagram – sorry). Open learning opens a new world of possibilities for educators who embrace it in any setting. However, open learning […]

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