Open Pedagogy is "a site of praxis, a place where theories about learning, teaching, technology, and social justice enter into a conversation with each other and inform the development of educational practices and structures."
Open pedagogy leverages open technologies and licenses to transform approaches to education. In the tradition of constructivist, connected, and critical pedagogies, it is an educational orientation that centers on learners' engagement with their learning, broader publics, and knowledge construction.
Open Pedagogy for Learners
Teachers & Students in Open Pedagogy
Students have agency in directing or molding their learning, assignments, and work.
Students share work beyond their instructor.
Students approach unresolved or authentic problems.
Teachers find and create content that gives space for student contribution.
Teachers abandon an expert stance in favor of student growth and participation.
Teachers respect difference and inclusion in classroom content and activities.
Teachers and learners jointly explore in a mutual quest for learning.