SHARING A PRAGMATIC NETWORKED MODEL FOR OPEN PEDAGOGY: THE OPEN HUB MODEL OF KNOWLEDGE GENERATION IN HIGHER-EDUCATION ENVIRONMENTS
Lee Graham (@ak_leeg) & Verena Roberts (@verenanz), 2019
Graham, L. & Roberts, V. (2019) Sharing a Pragmatic Networked Model for Open Pedagogy: The Open Hub Model of Knowledge Generation in Higher Education Environments. International Journal of Innovation in Online Education. Feb 01. DOI: 10.1615/IntJInnovOnlineEdu.2019029340
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Twitter Chat Questions: (November 5, 2019 from 7-8 pm MDT)
In a time of rapid obsolescence (Powell and Snelling, 2004), new skills are needed so that teachers and students can remain relevant and up to date on pedagogical opportunities offered with the use of new technologies.
Q1: What are some examples of new skills Tchrs & Ss need to remain up to date on pedagogical opportunities offered with use of new technologies. #aboerjc
Q2:Does your professional learning include Community of Inquiry or Community of Practice? How does this support your learning? #aboerjc
Q3: “Capacity to know more is more critical than what is currently known” via @gsiemens How are you considering connectivist learning in your learning context? #aboerjc
Q4: Do you agree that blogging can support connectivist and open educational practices, why or why not?
Q5: How can “blogging be a part of a broad palette of cybercultural practices, which provide us with both new ways of doing & new ways of thinking” ? via @marcusod #aboerjc
Q6: Using the three levels (Red, Yellow, Green) of the Open HUB model as a guide, which levels have you used or been asked to use in a learning context? #aboerjc
Q7: What is the importance of infrastructure and digital literacies in the Open Hub Model? #aboerjc
Q8: How does the Open Hub model encourage co-learning and co-designing learning opportunities? #aboerjc