Draft an Open Pedagogy Assignment
To be completed by Monday, June 15. Post a first draft of your open pedagogy assignment and give feedback to your colleagues.
How might you use open pedagogy in your course?
Browse some examples of open pedagogy and consider how you might apply these ideas to your course.
What is open pedagogy?
To be completed by Wednesday, June 3. What is open pedagogy? What jazzes you about open pedagogy? What confuses you?
Learn how Brianne Waychoff uses student-created zines in Introduction to Gender and Women's Studies.
A Lesson Plan for Democratic Co-Creation: Forging a Syllabus by Students, for Students
A CUNY instructor's experience working collaboratively with students to determine course goals and grading criteria.
Grades Can Hinder Learning. What Should Professors Use Instead?
Let’s take a moment and ask. Why grade? To give students feedback, a professor might say. To measure learning. To motivate. Here’s the problem: Decades of research undercuts these assumptions.
Embedding Content in WordPress
Many types of media content can be embedded in WordPress pages and posts. This “embedding Content from Other Sites” help page from the CUNY Academic Commons team provides instructions for embedding a wide range of content/file types.
Google Docs is an easy way to edit, co-edit, and share documents with students or others you are working with. This post contains some basic information about Google Docs.
Google Forms is an easy way to collect information from students or others you are working with. This post contains some basic information about Google Forms.