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  1. 1. Showcasing: Open Educational Practices Models Using Open Educational Resources Edupreneurs: Patricia Hogan, Breanne Carlson, and Christopher Kirk
  2. 2. Open Educational Resources (OER) Freely Used Freely Copied Shared Revised Remixed
  3. 3. ...teaching, learning, and research resources that reside in the public domain or have been released under an intellectual property license that permits their free use and re-purposing by others. Open educational resources include full courses, course materials, modules, textbooks, streaming videos, tests, software, and any other tools, materials, or techniques used to support access to knowledge. (n.d.:2014) The Hewlett Foundation Defines OER Open to all who have access $ Produced Consumed Prosumed
  4. 4. OER Open Educational Resources OEP Open Educational Practices (Guntram, 2012, p.12)
  5. 5. OER Open Educational Resources OEP Open Educational Practices Instructivist / Behaviorist Model Chunked Delivered Tested sole usage of OER in a traditional closed and top-down, instructive and final-exam focused (Campbell, 2012) (Conole & Ehlers, 2010, p.3)
  6. 6. Its Time to do New Things in New Ways in Education
  7. 7. To Change The Subject Relative To The Purpose Of Learning
  8. 8. Traditional Model Does Not Meet the Needs Of the New Economy
  9. 9. OEP Open Educational Practices OER New Pedagogical Models Requisite Skill Set for the New Economy
  10. 10. What Students Should Learn in the 21st Century? What Should They be Able to Do? What Should Students Know? Skills Innovation Economy Readiness to Collaborate Attention to Multiple Perspectives Initiative Persistence Curiosity Riordan (2012, p.1) Knowledge
  11. 11. OER+Web 2.0 = Abundant Information
  12. 12. Bloom: Radical Higher Academic Level Learners Networked Learners: -Self-Organize -Co-Create -Innovate -Peer-Validate
  13. 13. Models of OEP Using OER as Designed by the Authors Topic Projects HL 322 International Health Issues Co-created Class and Text with Wix and Reflection Sheets HL 322 Weebly and Youtube Course Wix: Student Project: Project Reflection:!page-5 Student Project: ATR 492 Advanced Athletic Training Practicum Co-created Study Guide for Professional Exam Course Wix and student projects: HL 485 Drug Use and Abuse; Course Weebly and Student Project Course Weebly: Sample Project: HL 250 Applied Health Theory Weebly and Student Project Course Weebly: Student Project Logic Model:
  14. 14. Just Using OER Open Educational Resources OEP Open Educational Practices Conclusion Equation More
  15. 15. OEP Conclusion Equation Should Authentic Learning 4 The New Economy
  16. 16. Thank You! Paper Presentation
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