K-12 OER Videos

Open Pedagogy I: Attributes of Open Community

Through a series of interviews and direct examples, a panel of teachers from Alberta describe their use of open educational resources to create their own open communities of learners, following the first four attributes of Bronwyn Hagerty’s model of open pedagogy: participatory technology; people, openness, and trust; innovation and creativity, and the connected community.

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Open Pedagogy I: Attributes of Open Community- Multiplying OER Impact: Building In-service Teacher OER Capacity for Graduate Credit ABOER by Connie Blomgren, PhD & Verena Roberts is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

Citation: Blomgren, C. (Producer). (2017, March). Attributes of open community [Episode 1]. Multiply K-12 OER Project. Video retrieved from http://bolt.athabascau.ca/index.php/oer/multiply-k-12-alberta-oer-project/oer-videos/.

Open Pedagogy  II: Attributes of Open Practice

The panel of teachers from Alberta continue their descriptions of, and recommendations for, the effective use of open educational resources in the classroom through the remaining four attributes of Bronwyn Hagerty’s open pedagogy model: sharing ideas and resources; learner-generated content; reflective practice; and peer review.

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Open Pedagogy II: Attributes of Open Practice- Multiplying OER Impact: Building In-service Teacher OER Capacity for Graduate Credit ABOER by Connie Blomgren, PhD & Verena Roberts is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

Citation: Blomgren, C. (Producer). (2017, March). Attributes of open practice [Episode 2]. Multiply K-12 OER Project. Video retrieved from http://bolt.athabascau.ca/index.php/oer/multiply-k-12-alberta-oer-project/oer-videos/.

Alberta Perspectives on OER in K 12 Learning

This workshop video introduces a group of teachers from Alberta as they explore open educational resources, present their own experiences with OER in their classrooms, and offer suggestions for their effective use to enhance learning.

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Albertan Perspectives on OER in K-12 Learning- Multiplying OER Impact: Building In-service Teacher OER Capacity for Graduate Credit ABOER by Connie Blomgren, PhD & Verena Roberts is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

Citation: Blomgren, C. (Producer). (2017, March). Alberta perspectives on OER in K-12 learning [Episode 3]. Multiply K-12 OER Project. Video retrieved from http://bolt.athabascau.ca/index.php/oer/multiply-k-12-alberta-oer-project/oer-videos/.

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