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Open Pedagogy Notebook

Educators engaged in open pedagogy, or interested in becoming more engaged in the process of bringing open educational resources (OER) to their classrooms, may want to explore the Open Pedagogy Notebook. Here, visitors will find a great introduction to open pedagogy principles and examples of open pedagogy in practice. Participation is one of the pillars of OER, and the Open Pedagogy Notebook puts that into practice by welcoming user annotations throughout. For example, the What is Open Pedagogy? tab poses the questions "what are your hopes for education, particularly for higher education?" and "what challenges do your students face in their learning environments, and how does your pedagogy address them?" Readers can browse different perspectives and responses. Additionally, users are welcome to submit their own open pedagogy templates and resources. Speaking of resources, after browsing the entirety of this section, readers may want to explore the various materials currently available under the Examples tab. These materials include assignment prompts and syllabus structure ideas. Open Pedagogy Notebook is co-operated by Rajiv Jhangiani (Kwantlen Polytechnic University in British Columbia) and Robin DeRosa (Plymouth State University in New Hampshire).
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May 21st, 2021
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May 6th, 2021 at 3:48pm
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May 10th, 2021 at 10:35am
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