Open Pedagogy is an access-oriented commitment to learner-driven education and as a process of designing architectures and using tools for learning that enable students to shape the public knowledge commons of which they are a part.
Open pedagogy can include creating, adapting, or updating OER with students, building course policies, outcomes, assignments, rubrics, and schedules of work collaboratively with students, or facilitating student-created and student-controlled learning environments.
To browse through diverse examples of open pedagogy in practice (and to contribute your own ideas and practices), visit the Open Pedagogy Notebook.
Resources from past events
On October 31, 2017, Sue Doner, Instructional Designer at Camosun College, visited KPU Surrey to give a workshop titled "Accessibility, Inclusivity, & OERs." Here is a link to resources that Sue shared during her workshop: http://libguides.kpu.ca/opentextbooks/accessinclusion
>On October 26, 2017, Dr. Judy Chan, Educational Consultant at the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology at UBC, visited KPU Surrey to give a workshop titled "Wikipedia in Academia." Here is a link to Judy's slides: Google Slides for Wikipedia in Academia
On March 30, 2017, Clint Lalonde, Manager of Educational Technology at BCcampus, visited KPU Richmond to give a talk titled "Open technology: The third pillar of open education." Click here to view a video recording of Clint's talk.
On March 20, 2017, Dr. Robin DeRosa, Director of the Interdisciplinary Studies Program at Plymouth State University, visited KPU Surrey to give a talk titled "Beyond OER: The promises, pitfalls, and potential of open education." Click here to view a video recording of Robin's talk.
On October 27, 2016, BCcampus Faculty Fellows Arthur Gill Green and Jennifer Kirkey visited KPU to give a workshop about Open Pedagogy. Along with their slides (provided below), here is a brief blog post by Dr. Green that pertains to this workshop: http://greengeographer.com/openpedagogyworkshopkpu/