Title: What Is Open Pedagogy?
When: 11:00 AM (PDT), Monday February 27, 2017 *Please note due to availability of the facilitator we’ve moved the session to a Monday!
Who: Marianne Gianacopoulos, Educational Technology Advisor, Langara
Where: ETUG Tell Meeting Room in Collaborate Ultra (“Join This Session” link below). If this is your first time using Collaborate Ultra, see some great tips here.
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You will learn about:
- alternatives to using the LMS as a means of engaging students
- inviting students to participate in the development and sourcing of open course materials
- tools in use by both the instructor and the students
Marianne will provide you with feedback from her students about this change in teaching and as well her own thoughts and challenges.
Tools teaser: you will see the use of Google folders and docs, concept mapping, eposters, videos, audio, etc.
Marianne Gianacopoulos, EdTech Advisor and Instructor, School of Management at Langara College, will showcase the adaptations and changes she has made to her teaching and learning with a view to creating meaningful, memorable, and motivational learning for students. Many of these adaptations are also a move towards open education and pedagogy. These changes have been influenced primarily through teaching international students, who are here as part of the Colleges and Institutes Canada Student Partnership Program. The idea was prompted by the desire to capture students’ interest in attending class, engaging with each other, and demonstrating their knowledge and understanding.