An extract of the OLnet pilot virtual workshop on OER, 7th-11th Dec 2009
In this video Professor Andy Lane of the Open University UK introduces the idea of Supported Open Teaching. IT proposes a move from an individualistic and solitary teaching activity to a more collaborative one, involving a range of professionals: e.g. other teachers, media specialists and curriculum designers.
Supported Open Teaching is a perspective that complements the well-known Supported Open Learning pedagogy of the OU UK, and is geared towards the use of OER.
But the question is: How can we support “Supported Open Teaching”? Practical ideas are welcome…
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