Open Pedagogy Learning Community: Student Drivers of Open Education
The Open Pedagogy Learning Community is a group of interested faculty who meet regularly to read about, discuss, and practice the principles of open pedagogy. An open pedagogical approach emphasizes collaboration and community, and encourages students to participate in their learning with an audience that goes beyond just their professor, their classroom, and their institution. In doing so, it changes the way students think about and take ownership of their learning, fostering an environment for students to become creators, not just consumers of knowledge. We will share ideas and experiences, discuss the philosophy of ‘Open’, wrestle with the problems and challenges it presents, and read about what others around the world are doing to transform student learning using open pedagogy. Please contact Karen Cangialosi if you are interested in joining us.
At this session a group of KSC students from different majors that are or have been enrolled in courses emphasizing OER (Open Educational Resources) and Open Pedagogy will talk about their experiences and what they recommend for the future.
This event is part of the Faculty Enrichment Events calendar.
To request accommodations for a disability, please contact the coordinator at least two weeks prior to the event.