Open Pedagogy (falling under the broader term Open Educational Practice) is an exciting and evolving field that has come out of the OER movement. Open Pedagogy - as defined by Robin DeRosa (Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at Plymouth State University) - is a practice that:
To hear more about Robin's approach to open pedagogy - read her blog post "Open Pedagogy at the Program Level: The #PlymouthIDS Case Study."
Rather than just finding low cost materials, such as presented in Inclusive Access packages, the open licensing structure of OER allow for materials to be combined, interpreted, revised, and so much more in exciting ways. Open Pedagogy invites students to be a part of the process of designing course materials, or creating assignments that live beyond the grade. Examples of Open Pedagogy in practice can be found by visiting the Open Pedagogy Notebook.
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