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Thursday, November 28 • 11:20 - 11:30
From Classroom to Consortium: Impacting Students with Open at Different Levels of Magnitude

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Open education is transforming the way that students engage with formal educational structures, from individual instructors applying open pedagogical practices in their classrooms to institutional consortia working towards open degree and certificate pathways.

This presentation provides an overview of how open educational practices are impacting students at different magnitudes, from the classroom to the consortium.

Specifically:
-What open pedagogy looks like in the first-year classroom at a community college
-How an open pedagogy project can be deployed across a network of classrooms at different colleges
-Why a consortium of institutions must commit to a shared vision of openness when embarking upon an open textbook initiative

To illustrate these points, the presentation will share:
-Open in the Classroom: the results of a 2016-17 scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) study that involving the transition from a “disposable” to a “renewable” assignment in First-Year Composition courses
-Open across Colleges: the process and product of a year-long effort to jumpstart a “renewable” anthology of literature across different community colleges
-Open Scaled: the progress of the Consortium for Open Active Pathways (COAP), a project in its initial stages funded by the US Department of Education’s Open Textbooks Pilot grant, which involves three of the largest community college systems in the United States--Ivy Tech, Maricopa, and Miami-Dade--along with Arizona State University in the development of degree pathways infused with active learning

Ultimately, the session seeks to articulate, despite how strange it may seem, how the implementation of open at any magnitude can affect open at other levels of magnitude, from a single instructor’s experimentation with open pedagogy informing the decisions of a consortium to the work of multiple institutions to develop open pathways reshaping an individual instructor’s classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Matthew Bloom

Matthew Bloom

English Faculty / OER Coordinator, Maricopa Community Colleges


Thursday November 28, 2019 11:20 - 11:30
BL28 Carassa Dadda (plenary)