Thank you to everyone that took part!

Thank you to everyone that took part! We had a great discussion and a lot of valuable resources were shared. Here is how you can follow up on this conversation:

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Roundtable purpose:

1. This roundtable will delve into the reasons for why any teacher or leader should consider building, using or sharing Open Educational Resources within their school or classroom environment.

2. This roundtable will also discuss the merits of particular OER movements, consortiums, and resources.

Roundtable audience:

1. Teachers who would like to use OER in their classroom or create Open Resources to share with others

2. School Leaders who would like to explore alternative curriculum and methods for their school

3. District Leaders who would like to support the creation or use of OER to supplement or replace current curriculum

9 Comments

  1. I really like the idea of open resources to provide multiple perspectives. I’m curious to see how a teacher really uses them in our current education climate of high stakes testing . How free are teachers to really use these?

  2. I really like the idea of open resources to provide multiple perspectives. I’m curious to see how a teacher really uses them in our current education climate of high stakes testing . How free are teachers to really use these?

  3. I really like the idea of open resources to provide multiple perspectives. I’m curious to see how a teacher really uses them in our current education climate of high stakes testing . How free are teachers to really use these?

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