Open Pedagogy

Entry 449 for Tuesday July 6, 2021

The core questions:

Credit goes to Ben and readers of his blog for these “Four Questions” and the five stretch questions.

  1. What did you do today? Presented in the morning, together with Fredele Sentíes about #OpenPedagogy in my classroom; various sessions of the RNP2021; two MCY project proposal presentations (Alberto, Dora).
  2. What did you enjoy? It was great to share about our classroom pedagogy and especially with Fredele. Georgina shared about use of TikTok for evaluating together with her student Michelle. I recorded a local version of the video for my own records and hope that I can find a recording to share that the Tec made later.  MCY project presentations were well done as well.
  3. What did you find difficult? It is upsetting that the previous sessions of our RNP2021 are disappearing from the website. I assume they do this to “avoid confusion” in navigation but I don’t like history disappearing.
  4. What has changed? I found out today that we lost a friend and colleague Jorge Rebollo. I met Jorge during the first instance of my #OpenFlip course in the summer of 2014. He was a professor and department chair at our Irapuato campus and invited me various times to give workshops and talks there over the years after meeting. A solid good person and he will be deeply missed. A tribute padlet was created for him by our colleague Rubén Moreno.

Featured Image Credit

Sketchnote by Giulia Forsythe during a presentation by Christina Hendricks: Moving from the What of OER to the How of Open Pedagogy to the Why of Open Educational Practices and then a healthy does of When NOT
“Students adding value to the world #tess17 keynote #viznotes by @clhendricksbc” flickr photo by giulia.forsythe https://flickr.com/photos/gforsythe/37843474794 shared into the public domain using (CC0)

Today’s Reading/Listening

Not a lot of time for other reading today.

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