@chendricks hmmm... i'm first interested about the current health of open education as an unfolding movement and it's scope. also, i'd love to hear about projects that excite you and your take on where things are headed.
of course, open education is evolving rapidly and ever more so. it's about to become so dynamic it'll be disruptive. already is but we just don't see how much the internet and free sharing has altered the way we interact and live our lives.
@jacobcammack sorry—been away from Masto for a few days!
I think the health of the movement is strong in one sense—lots of interest among many people. But in another sense, that interest is concentrated still among too few. There is a thriving movement among those in it, but to many that is not even on their radar. I still get puzzled looks often when I use the term. So there’s a ways to go on that.
@jacobcammack As for where things are at the moment I’m a little behind because I have not been able to attend many of the big conferences in the last year (can’t afford to go!). But one thing I see a lot in articles and social media lately is an emphasis on open practices and open pedagogy. New website in last couple of weeks, eg: openpedagogy.org, by a couple of people I have worked with a fair bit.
@jacobcammack I gave a couple of talks this year about open practices, and am doing a two-day workshop in May about that as well. Mostly I’m still trying to wrap my head around what “open practices” and “open pedagogy” mean, and if/why it’s helpful to lump so many things in those under the label “open.” I’ve got a lot of blog posts about this, under the “open pedagogy” tag here: https://blogs.ubc.ca/chendricks/tag/open-pedagogy/
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