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Transcript of Open Education
Open Educational Resources
Table of contents
"Let's use video to reinvent education"
TED Ed - Lessons worth sharing
What is Open Education and what do we know about it?
Salman Khan: "I never intended to become an educational revolutionary"
Open Education - Open Educational Resources
How does TED Ed work and how can you get involved?
Task: Evaluate the TED Ed website
What is the mission of Khan Academy?
How does it change the rules of Education? (TED talk)
Task: Watch a TED Ed lesson
NOTE: Filter your search by
- less than 6 min and
- TED Ed Originals!
Take a look at the materials in detail. Answer the questions, read the
info and take part in the
Take a quick look at the material. "Customize this lesson" and edit questions and a discussion topic.
Be prepared to give feedback!
"Join a global classroom"
with 22.075.599 learners
"We have always known that one-on-one is the best way to learn, but we've never been able to figure out how to do it"
How Khan Academy changed the rules of education
"flipping the classroom"
= combines the advantages of face-to-face classroom methods and computer-mediated activities
What are the advantages and disadvantages of blended learning?
Introduction: Open Education
TED Ed and Khan Academy
not for profit
no institutional credits
institutional credits possible
Watch the video on VSEPR
and take the quiz afterwards
Watch the video on VSEPR, answer questions during the video, only proceed
after a correct answer
Open Educational Resources
Now we know!
Students are part
of the studying process
Breaking away from the one-size-fits-all model of education
Using technology to
with the materials
What do we do with Humanities?
students help each other out
Thousands of people
Hypothesis driven mode
Data driven mode
What is the future of Universities?
Education as a human right
Wave of innovation
What do we know about them?
What makes an
Open Resource "open"?
Some popular misconceptions
OERs are not free!
Free on the user side,
costly on the production side
OERs are not professional!
Can be produced in various ways like traditional materials and can be subject to review processes the same way
OERs damage publishing!
What damages the publishing market is not openness, it is the low adaptability to changes brought by new technologies.
OERs work against
An open publication is much more convenient for the author than the transfer of the property rights to others (i.e. publishers).
Time consuming for teachers!
OER movement is developing very fast on new tools, database and learning opportunities for teachers and educator to implement them in their work.
OERs deepen technological divide!
Even if OERs are digital-born,
publishing under free license makes it possible for them to be modified and brought as analog resources by anyone.
What makes OERs beneficial?
Freely re-use someone's work
Attribute to the author's work
Allows commercial re-use
Derivative works are also CC SA
Protection from commercial adaptations