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  • Melanie Meyers 10:06 pm on March 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply  

    Based on what you heard today, what are 3 criteria that you feel are important for a successful open pedagogy project? 

     
    • Rosalinda Torres 11:21 pm on March 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      El primero sería la apertura y confianza de las personas, seguido de compartir ideas y recursos y finalmente la práctica reflexiva.

      • Rosario Ruiz 4:14 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        It is about building an open pedagogy course, in which the participants presented a result of the learning following the Critical Pedagogy asking the students to work outside their comfort zone; starting within their comfort zone and then forcing them to leave that area by asking them to generate other strategies to “expand” their learning, sharing them as teaching for others located in other regions and even cities. The meaning is to share knowledge. It is extremely interesting and exciting

      • Laura 5:46 pm on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        Due to the nature of my courses, I believe that the most important criteria are reflective practice, learner generated and participatory technology, although I do not discard several of the other criteria, such as sharing ideas and resources and, of course, creativity.

    • Aristóteles Dávila 11:58 pm on March 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      More than a criteria must be an reference the use of the Eight attributes used in the Open Pedagogy, of course blended with a practical framework that contibutes to keep the quality into the development in this application.

      At the end the “open” concept doesn’t mean that you do what you want, it meant, i think, that we must be open to a new way to teach

    • Jose Luis 12:08 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I think that the most important are the following: participatory technology, sharing ideas & resources, and innovation an creativity. Thank you!

    • Ignacio Robles 12:16 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      To my mind, trust, innovation and creativity, generating learning and producing activities that contribute to our disciplines

    • Gaby Limón 1:46 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I think creativity is te most important criteria in OER. I also believe it should encourage the students to use all kinds of technology resources, and finally I think it would be very helpful if it is fun and entertaining

    • Agustin Martinez 1:57 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      In order for open education to be successful, innovation and creativity are important, only that way it could be distinguished from other options. From my point of view, it is remarkable that open education keeps communities connected and sharing ideas.

    • Diego Ramos 2:23 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I believe that the three things that must be in any community, whatever it may be, for a successful open pedagogy is: 1) Disposition, 2) Creativity and 3) a minimum of tools, namely technology.
      With respect to point one; I consider that overcoming fear and / or dogma is the step to disposition, for point two; Allow the student to build, and the teacher only accompany him (Today I had an incredible experience, to feel like a student and that with my trial and error, I learned many things that I never thought to have them and, the above allowed me to imagine many possibilities for classes), for point 3); to count not only on technology, but also to know how to use applications, programs, etc.
      As told by some historians of Archimedes, who said: “Give me a foothold and I will move the world”, I believe that open pedagogy is the lever to move the world.
      Regards !!

    • Marlon Omar Navarro Torres 2:25 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I believe that the three things that must be in any community, whatever it may be, for a successful open pedagogy is: 1) Disposition, 2) Creativity and 3) a minimum of tools, namely technology.
      With respect to point one; I consider that overcoming fear and / or dogma is the step to disposition, for point two; Allow the student to build, and the teacher only accompany him (Today I had an incredible experience, to feel like a student and that with my trial and error, I learned many things that I never thought to have them and, the above allowed me to imagine many possibilities for classes), for point 3); to count not only on technology, but also to know how to use applications, programs, etc.
      As told by some historians of Archimedes, who said: “Give me a foothold and I will move the world”, I believe that open pedagogy is the lever to move the world.
      Regards !!

      P.S.:
      It was published under the name of Pedro Ramos, however it is a contribution from his server.

      Atte.:
      Marlo Navarro

      • Karina Rodriguez 12:40 pm on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        Could I know what was your way of experiencing creativity (student instead of teacher)?

    • Neri González 3:02 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I think the most important ones are Participatory Technology, Innovation & Creativity, Reflective Practice and Peer Review.

    • Emilio Cruz 3:11 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I believe creativity and innovation, collaboration, and disposition are the top criteria. It is not just to put your materials in the open, but your willingness to follow through with feedback, questions, etc., as well as keep your materials up to date. Another point that may not be obvious, is the language of the contributions, since open shoud be about reaching as much people as possible.

    • Patricia Sánchez Rosario 3:25 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Considero que lo más importante es, primero la apertura y confianza de las personas, en segundo lugar la comunidad conectada y por supuesto en tercer lugar la tecnología participativa.

    • Teresa Limon 3:28 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      It is a reality that students spend most of their free time in websides, so, we should use that special interest in teaching. Open pedagogy give us the oportunity of inoviating , doing teaching fluid/active/dinamic.
      Now academics and students use the same lenguage: participatory technology.

    • Maria Eugenia Mendez 4:03 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Based on what I heard today, I think that: Content, Creativity and accessibility are 3 criteria that I feel are important for a successful open pedagogy project, but I am sure that the criteria should change according the type of proyect or type of goals to achieve.

    • Iris Pérez 4:07 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      More than just considering 3 criteria, I would like to highlight two characteristics that I consider important in open pedagogy. First we must emphasize that this approach considers the active participation of students, for which it’s necessary to keep them motivated implementing creative and innovative strategies, using participatory technology to generate results that allow sharing ideas and experiences, achieving the trust of the people involved in the project.
      Another feature that I found very interesting is that the open pedagogy seeks that students apply what they learned in the classroom in real-world situations, which allows them to achieve effective learning and relate to the community.

    • Eduardo Quintana 4:26 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Me ha quedado más claro que la Pedagogía hay que concebirla como acción significativa donde el rol del docente se transforma de manera acelerada ya que deja de ser la única fuente del aprendizaje. Eso puede doler en el “ego” del docente, pero se debe cambiar de perspectiva ya que bajo lo que hoy se desarrolló, debemos de transforman nuestra percepción de la docencia a fin de tener la humildad suficiente para invitar a los alumnos a a dar forma a la clase, a ser protagonistas de su propio conocimiento. A nosotros corresponde no sólo utilizar los 8 atributos de la “Pedagogía Abierta” sino ir más allá y generar nuestros propios atributos pedagógicos que previamente se aprueben por todos los participantes de los cursos., como pidió Potter. Otro punto importantes es que hay que perder el miedo y convencerse que hay que ir más allá de la aula, y más allá del ámbito local, pues hay que cambiar para algo mejor, a riesgo de equivocarse o llegar al “confucionismo”. Pero ese cambio se deberá realizar con colaboración con la participación de pares allende el ámbito tradicional en que inercialmente nos movemos de manera tradicional o cotidiana. Como soy muy lento y necesito convencerme de cada uno de los 8 atributos de ls “Open Pedagogy”, necesito experimentar con todos para identificar los alcances y limites, por ello se los expondré a todos mis alumnos en las clases de la próxima semana para ver que modificamos de los criterios de evaluación así como de participación más dinámica en lo que resta del curso. Así que que después del 17 de este mes mandaré los comentarios generales de todos ellos. Lo mejor y más importante es que ellos hablen, y que acordemos entre todos cómo deberemos cambiar de “ya” para beneficio de ellos mismos y de la mismo programa académico de filosofía.

      • Eduardo Quintana 4:39 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        Hay algunos errores que rompen el sentido de lo que quise decir, con eso de que brican palabras. Por ello aclaro que lo que quise decir al final, es que la próxima semana les expondré los contendidos generales del curso a todos mis alumnos para que entre todos reconsideremos los criterios de evaluación para modificar todo lo necesario para que de dicidan considerando los 8 atributos de la “Open Pedagogy” así que después mandaré las opiniones de ellos y si llegamos a nuevos acuerdos. Finalmente omití en el primer texto, que les doy la todos los grupos, las bases de trabajo en comunidad, como propone la comunidad maya-tojolabal; pero esa es otra historia.

    • Javier Cruz 4:26 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Something that I learned today is that, first of all, we need to go out of our comfort zone overcoming our own resistance to go beyond traditional teaching models; overcoming students’ resistance to perform open activities in which they recognize the value of the knowledge they have achieved that is also worthy to be shared. Looking for new valuable information even in a foreign language and promoting critical thinking based on experiential learning, being always open to ask for objective feedback, and finally, never losing the oportunity to learn from our students as well.

    • TERESA CAMPOS 4:40 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I think that one of the most important things for open padagogy is learning generatig and inovation & creativity as a part of our learn as a teacher then as students, We need to take the iniciative to create new thinks and share it in a public space, this session was very helpful with Maha and Robin experience’s, and hypothes tool was very interesting how we can colaborate with others teachers around the world with diferents points of views =)

    • @csemipresencial 4:54 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      The criteria for sucessful open technologies i think are: clear goals, honest with resourses, have. A leader whi knows master plan and creative thinking collaborative learning could be the first step for develpmnt of other activitiez,

    • Faviola Castillo 4:54 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Clear objectives and instructional design are the most important criteria to be successful in an open pedagogy project. But also it needs to be proactive and allow to explore deeper into learning. So that’s four criteria that I believe are important for success. Not to mention it needs to be accessible.

    • Rosa Rosales 4:57 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I consider the importance of open pedagogy, first knowledge is a shared resource, second students can create knowledge and third assess the quality of open resources because not everything that is done is interesting.

    • Romy Florencia Hernández Pérez 5:39 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I think the most important thing is the creation of content that contributes something to the students, the ability to innovate and form networks that allow us to expand the form and substance of our contributions and, finally, confidence in our work as teachers.

    • Lilia Gomez 5:56 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Un proyecto debe contener tecnología participativa que genere contenido, el cual sea reflexivo y se pueda compartir recursos e ideas.

    • Diego Ramos 6:21 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      The three most important are: Participatory tecnology, innovación & creativity and sharing ideas & resources.

    • Daniel Rosas 6:31 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      The exchange of information, the connection and the application of ideas and participatory technology

    • Irene Cossio 12:34 pm on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Calidad, accesible y creatividad!!!!
      Me encanto este tema

    • María del Rocío Carranza Alcántar 12:44 pm on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I consider that the most important criteria begin with the impulse in collaborative learning that can be implemented through open pedagogy, since it reorients an opportunity to work with others. I also believe that instructional design is fundamental for this type of education to be successful, since it represents clear and precise instruction regarding what should be done to achieve successful learning. Finally the active creation of resources and places for learning.

      María del Rocío Carranza Alcántar

    • Karina Rodriguez 1:13 pm on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      In my opinion, a successful open pedagogy project should consider as main objectives attributes:
      (2) People, Openness, Trust
      (3) Innovation and Creativity
      (4) Learner-Generated

    • Cristina CUCBA 2:00 pm on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      91/5000
      The most important are the shared creativity, reflective practices and technology

    • Gaby 3:12 pm on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Considero importantes la creatividad, la disposición y apertura y la calidad. Me parece que todos los procesos deben de cumplir sobre todo con el primero y el último, así las actividades de Educación Abierta se vuelven divertidas e interesantes y además con mejores resultados.

    • Sarahi Quintero 3:34 pm on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I think that some important criteria of open pedagogy is that it is peer reviewed, which for me means that you are able to share and get feedback from other collegues. It’s also important that it gives space to creativity and sharing ideas

    • Miriam Susana Medina L. 5:58 pm on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I could write for me the three things more importante are the innovation, creativity and collaboration …

    • Sara 6:11 pm on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      La educacion ha dado un giro muy importante actualmente, por lo tanto consideró al igual que otros compañeros que ya comentaron, un aspecto fundamental es la creatividad, el compromiso y apertura a trabajar con nuevas herramientas además de tener conocimientos básicos del tema a tratar por supuesto.
      No obstante, el mismo uso de la tecnología ahora nos permite conocer acerca de lo desconocido..

    • Lotzy Beatriz Fonseca Chiu 11:26 pm on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      En este tipo de pedagogía debe existir, interacción, acceso a la información, diversidad de métodos y herramientas, apertura, trabajo en red.

    • Omar 11:47 pm on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      the field of Open Pedagogy is a common space that we access from our first steps in agora and that today comes to offer us new tools to provide our students, in a framework of openness in the use and access to resources that tend to generate and build learnings

    • Omar 11:52 pm on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I think that innovation, creativity, but very important teacher follow-up and commitment

    • Guille Lopez 11:38 pm on March 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Diego Ramos 12:21 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply
      The three most important are: Participatory tecnology, innovación & creativity and sharing ideas & resources.. in the first publication I add the name of Diego ramos but I’m guille lopez

      • Laura Aguilar 7:54 pm on March 10, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        El misterio de Diego Ramos en Contestar jeje. A varios nos pasó .
        Respecto a los criterios de pedagogía abierta, coincido totalmente contigo, Guille.

  • Melanie Meyers 8:43 pm on March 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply  

    Questions for Robin DeRosa and Maha Bali 

    Robin DeRosa and Maha Bali are joining us via Google Hangouts this afternoon. Post your questions for them here…

     
    • Diego Ramos 9:18 pm on March 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      how is the evaluation for this type of activities

    • Laura 9:20 pm on March 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Is there resistance from the students to carry out the activities?

    • Faviola Castillo 9:23 pm on March 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      How long does it take to get a textbook finished for a course? Where do the students take the materials to build it in the first place if they don’t have access to books? I imagine the textbooks are available as open resource. Could you share one example?

    • Armando 9:31 pm on March 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      What is the ideal number of students you can manage with this metodology?

    • Diego Ramos 9:32 pm on March 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      What kind of knowledege has generated the student?

    • Diego Ramos 9:35 pm on March 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      How long is the course? We have 12 weeks each cycle.

      • @tanbob 12:23 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        12 weeks is also standard at most Canadian and US universities. I’m not sure if this is true at Maha’s university in Cairo, but I would guess that it is.

    • GerardoVarela 9:40 pm on March 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      What are the dimensions of opening at your practice??

    • Karina Rodriguez 9:41 pm on March 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      How many activities per course like those is possible to do and do not saturate students?

    • Rosalinda Torres 11:27 pm on March 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      How long should need invest the students ideally for one open activity by day or week ?

    • Cristina CUCBA 5:08 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      The topic of open pedagogy was very enriching. Sharing ideas and learning experiences supports the creation of projects that meet the needs of your context and in which you can participate in a connected community.

    • Romy Florencia Hernández Pérez 5:37 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      How to work with resistance or distrust of users?

  • Melanie Meyers 9:21 pm on March 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply  

    Comments on Jon Beasley-Murray Presentation 

    Jon Beasley-Murrey joined us via Google Hangouts today to discuss his experience using Wikipedia as a teaching tool. What was one thing that resonated with you about the discussion?

     
    • Cristina CUCBA 10:06 pm on March 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Congratulations thanks for sharing your comentes was very nteresting

    • Katia MV 1:37 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Jon, thanks for sharing your experience. I agree with you about the importance of students working on relevant projects, on Wikipedia they have the opportunity to produce knowledge.
      I have two questions. 1. How long have students performed this intervention on Wikipedia? 2. Each school year the new group of students, continue to participate in Wikipedia?

    • Romy Florencia Hernández Pérez 5:41 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Knowing your experience makes me reflect on both sides of the coin, there is always a side A and one B, we will have to try the face that we do not know completely, Thanks for that!

    • Lilia Gomez 6:01 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you for sharing experiences and details about open pedagogy. I liked his intervention helped me get ideas.

    • Diego Ramos 6:28 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks, today’s topics are very interesting, since to apply them in classrooms, learning is increased in a simple and efficient way. open pedagogy is important to apply in the teaching-learning process.

    • Sara Cruz 7:32 pm on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Me gusto el entusiasmo que muestra por lo que hace y qué logra transmitir para atrevernos a innovar con los alumnos en la Universidad.

    • Guille Lopez 12:15 am on March 9, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Diego Ramos 12:28 am on March 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply
      Thanks, today’s topics are very interesting, since to apply them in classrooms, learning is increased in a simple and efficient way. open pedagogy is important to apply in the teaching-learning process. In the first publication appears the name of Diego Ramos but I’m Guille Lopez

  • Melanie Meyers 5:23 pm on March 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply  

    Creative Commons (CC) Basics 

    This week we will be having some important conversations around open education  and innovation. To refresh your memory on some of these things we are including some links for review.  It would be a good idea to spend a bit of time reviewing these:

    First, a very simple comic (in English) that explains what and open license is and means:
    https://wiki.creativecommons.org/wiki/Spectrumofrights_Comic1

    Secondly, a fun video in Spanish that explains open access using mariachis: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBhSCoOBugg

    A Creative Commons introduction in Spanish:  https://creativecommons.org/licenses/?lang=es

    Also, a good place for learning more is the Creative Commons Frequently Asked Questions (English and French only, they need Spanish!)

    Post your questions and comments about CC here.

     
  • Alan Levine 11:30 am on March 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply  

    [Open as a Question] After today’s session do you have new ideas, perspectives on Wikipedia and Open Knowledge? 

    And beyond Wikipedia itself, do you see potential for UDG to create and share knowledge in these kinds of open knowledge commons?

     
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