- Describe the characteristics of open pedagogy
- Describe how open pedagogy fits with the student learning outcomes for our courses
- Be Awesome
Tuesday, January 4, 10 – 11:30am, Zoom session
- Welcome and territorial acknowledgement (see https://usdac.us/nativeland)
- Getting to know each other: Team Tally (team time)
- Thinking about pedagogy, part 1
- Situating our work within asset pedagogies
- Trauma informed teaching and learning (team time)
Preparation for January 6 Zoom session
Read the following articles, write responses/notes to the spark questions, which we’ll use as a jumping off point for our discussion on Thursday, January 6:
- Read about open pedagogy.
- Watch the Introduction to Open Pedagogy video (approximately 1 hour) and post a reflection response.
- Browse posts on the Open Pedagogy Notebook and from last summer’s Open Pedagogy Seminar, then post a reflection response.
Thursday, January 6, 10 – 11:30am, Zoom session
Thinking about pedagogy, part 2
- Explore open pedagogy (team time)
- Individual worksheet
- Peer brainstorming: Talk about project(s) from the Open Pedagogy Notebook or past participants that you found interesting, and brainstorm ideas for each faculty member’s course (to be added to your individual worksheet above).