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Transforming Learning with Open Educational Practices and Pedagogy

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Slides for the November 14, 2018, CCCOER webinar

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Transforming Learning with Open Educational Practices and Pedagogy

  1. 1. Transforming Learning with Open Educational Practices and Pedagogy Nov 14, 2018, 11:00 am PST Welcome to image: pixabay.com
  2. 2. Agenda ● Introductions ● CCCOER Overview ● Creating Open Assignments Using the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals ● But You Can’t Do That In a STEM Course! ● Stay in the Loop ● Next webinar: Dec 5th ● Q & A
  3. 3. Speakers Karen Cangialosi, PhD Professor of Biology Coordinator of Faculty Enrichment Keene State College Dr. Michael Mills Vice President, E-Learning, Innovation and Teaching Excellence Montgomery College Shinta Hernandez Department Chair and Associate Professor of Sociology Montgomery College Moderator: Quill West Open Education Project Manager Pierce College District CCCOER Executive Council President
  4. 4. ● Expand awareness & access to high- quality OER ● Support faculty choice & development ● Improve student success CCCOER Mission
  5. 5. Membership Fall 2018 Map http://cccoer.org/Member 74 CCCOER-OEC Members, 11 Systemwide Memberships, 32 U.S. States Welcome to our newest members: Windward Community College Trident Technical College Roxbury Community College Central Lakes College
  6. 6. Creating Open Assignments Using the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Dr. Michael Mills Vice President, E-Learning, Innovation and Teaching Excellence Shinta Hernandez Department Chair and Associate Professor of Sociology
  7. 7. Dr. Michael Mills and Professor Shinta Hernandez November 2018 CCCOER Creating Open Assignments Using the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
  8. 8. By the Numbers • 2-year public community college • 3 campuses • 60,000 students from 159 countries • 500 FT, 950 PT faculty
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  10. 10. Impetus 10 • Textbook costs rose 82% between 2002 and 2013 (GAO, 2013)​ • 28% of annual college costs are from textbooks (OIRE, 2016)​ • Full-time students spend an average cost of $1,387 for textbooks (OIRE, 2016)​ • New textbook editions come out generally 3-4 years​ • Academic Master Plan focusing on reducing costs to education and time to completion​
  11. 11. Z-Course Growth 11 Spring 2017 62 courses 200 sections 95 different faculty 3400+ students enrolled Fall 2017 91 courses 322 sections 169 different faculty 6400+ students enrolled Spring 2018 105 courses 347 sections 178 different faculty 6000+ students enrolled Fall 2018 109 courses 413 sections 212 different faculty 8,488 students enrolled
  12. 12. 12 “I cannot say whether things will get better if we change; what I can say is that they must change if they are to get better.” —George Lichtenberg
  13. 13. 13 Cost Savings Student Learning Social Justice Our Journey toward Open Pedagogy
  14. 14. United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Open Pedagogy Faculty Fellowship 14 ▪ Summer 2018 faculty meetings ➔ Fall 2018 assignments ➔ Spring 2019 faculty/student showcase ▪ 15 faculty divided into 7 teams ▪ 12 disciplines ▪ 3 campuses ▪ 16 courses across 25 different sections in face-to-face and online formats ▪ 570+ students impacted
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  16. 16. Resources 16 • UN SDG Faculty Fellowship https://www.montgomerycollege.edu/offices/elite/unesco/ • MC Open https://www.montgomerycollege.edu/academics/mc-open/
  17. 17. Contact Information 17 • Dr. Michael Mills, Vice President of ELITE Michael.Mills@montgomerycollege.edu @drmichaelmills • Professor Shinta Hernandez, Department Chair Shinta.Hernandez@montgomerycollege.edu @profhernandez2
  18. 18. But You Can’t Do That In a STEM Course! Karen Cangialosi, PhD Professor of Biology
  19. 19. The Real Power of Open is About Students and Learning, not Tools or Textbooks.
  20. 20. Open Educational Resources by Ron Mader [CC BY 2.0]
  21. 21. Open Pedagogy Illustrated by Karen Cangialosi [CC BY 4.0] “Open is a Verb” -Robin DeRosa
  22. 22. KSC Open: Domain of One’s Own https://kscopen.org/ Using Digital Tools for Learning in the Open, for Sharing, and for Contributing Knowledge
  23. 23. “Contribute to, not just consume from, the knowledge commons” -Robin DeRosa
  24. 24. Audience Beyond the Professor, Connecting to the Public
  25. 25. • Interactive • Collaborative • Contributory • Dynamic • Empowering • Participatory
  26. 26. • Students create, remix and openly license work that is shared with others. • Their work becomes part of their self-controlled domain space that lives on past the end of the semester (if they want it to). Non-Disposable Assignments
  27. 27. OER doesn’t have to look like a typical textbook
  28. 28. Community and Collaboration Over Content
  29. 29. Using Digital Tools for developing a Personal Learning Network for Connecting with Peers, Professionals and Academics Twitte r Research Gate Linked-In
  30. 30. Social media can be used by students to connect with peers, share their work widely, and have conversations with professionals and others from around the world.
  31. 31. The Pedagogy of Open Science Open Pedagogy in Science By G.emmerich [CC BY-SA 3.0]
  32. 32. By G.emmerich [CC BY-SA 3.0] • Transparency in experimental methodology, observation, and collection of data • Public availability and reusability of scientific data • Public accessibility and transparency of scientific communication • Using web-based tools to facilitate scientific collaboration What, exactly, is Open Science? Posted on July 28, 2009 by Dan Gezelter The Pedagogy of Open Science is about teaching science students the value and processes of opening up scientific work.
  33. 33. Student shares methods and data from her independent research project
  34. 34. Faculty-Student Co-authored and Openly Licensed Published Research Article
  35. 35. Scientific Practices Agency Curiosity Questioning Creativity Design Experimentation Collaboration Contribution Connection Communication Discovery Open Pedagogy Exploration Analysis Interpretation Hypothesizing
  36. 36. Resources Website and blog: https://karencang.net/ Hybrid Pedagogy article: http://hybridpedagogy.org/do-in-a-stem-course/ Open Pedagogy Notebook article: Using practices of open pedagogy in my biology courses One student’s thoughts: https://karencang.net/miranda-dean-post/ Courses hub site: http://cangialosi.kscopen.org/ Follow me on twitter: @karencang
  37. 37. This work by Karen Cangialosi is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License Follow me on twitter @karencang
  38. 38. Stay in the Loop ● Upcoming Conferences See our website under “Get-Involved” ● Stay in touch thru Community Email -- https://www.cccoer.org/community-email/ Image: pixabay.com http://cccoer.org
  39. 39. Open Education Week openeducationweek.org
  40. 40. Dec 5th Webinar OER Research: The Impact of OER Adoption on Cost, Outcomes, and Stakeholder Perceptions Speakers: Open Ed Group Fellows Registration available at: http://bit.ly/CCCOERfallwebinars
  41. 41. Questions? Contact Info: @unatdaly -- unatdaly@oeconsortium.org @quill_west -- oclquill.west@gmail.com Liz Yata -- lizyata@oeconsortium.org Thank you!