This is the introduction to the Open Pedagogy Notebook, an open resource which includes a huge range of examples contributed by the community.
Bronwyn Hegarty writes an important article that suggests a model for understanding open pedagogy.
A variety of pithy articles on this page where different practitioners explain their interpretation of open pedagogy. Very useful and interesting reading.
A terrific summary blog post with many links to very useful articles by leading experts in Open Education and Open Pedagogy. By Christina Hendricks. Threads image licensed CC0 on pixabay.com
If a central gift that OER brings to students is making college more affordable, one of the central gifts that it brings to faculty is agency. OER can help us rethink our pedagogies in ways that center on access.
To support open educational practices, we must understand the meaning of open pedagogy and articulate the values that shape it.
Kindness is something most of us aspire toward as people, but not something we necessarily think of as central to teaching. This article does not use the term open pedagogy, however the concepts of a pedagogy of kindness align strongly with it.
Book Description: A handbook for faculty interested in practicing open pedagogy by involving students in the making of open textbooks, ancillary materials, or other Open Educational Resources.