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Ensuring Quality for Open Education Resources (OER)

Kurt Bernhardt, Executive Director of Education TechnologySlide2

Audience Question

Who understands what Open Educational Resources are?Slide3

Open Educational Resources DefinedOpen educational resources (OER) are

teaching

,

learning

, and

research resources that reside in the public domain OR have been released under an intellectual property license that permits their free use and re-purposing by others. Open educational resources include full courses, course materials, modules, textbooks, streaming videos, tests, software, and any other tools, materials, or techniques used to support access to knowledge.  - The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, 2013)

Source: William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

http://www.hewlett.org/programs/education/open-educational-resources

Slide4

OER Are Not Just Static TextsImages and audio files

Videos and illustrations

Interactive simulations

Single lessons

Lesson plans

AssessmentsGames and other softwareComplete course materialsSlide5

One-to-One Devices Not Required for OEROpen Educational Resources can be used by teachers in a non-one-to-one classroom.

If using student OER but do not have one-to-one devices, resources can be printed.Slide6

Open vs. Free

Source:

Open Versus Free table by SETDA

, used under CC-BY 3.0/

Modifed

from original Slide7

Creative Commons Licensing

Creative Commons helps you legally share your knowledge and creativity to build a more equitable, accessible, and innovative world — unlocking the full potential of the internet to drive a new era of development, growth and productivity.Slide8

Creative Commons – The Icons

Source:

Wikipedia.org

-

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creative_Commons_license

Slide9

Creative Commons – The Licenses

Source:

Wikipedia.org

-

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creative_Commons_license

Seven Regularly Used Licenses:Slide10

Top 10 Benefits of OER in Oklahoma

INTERACTIVE

Electronic resources are multi-dimensional through links to websites, photos, charts, maps, videos, simulation tools and more.

EASILY UPDATED

While a traditional textbook cycle is 6 years, OER can be updated each year for both online and print versions at minimal cost.

RELEVANT TO OKLAHOMATeachers are choosing to include real-life examples from across the state to make lessons more relevant to students.

ENCOURAGES COLLABORATION

Through the cultivation process, teachers are working together to improve instruction and learning from each other.

GAINING SUPPORT

OER will soon be receiving support from the Oklahoma State Department of Education and the 15-state #

GoOpen

initiative.

ALIGNED TO STATE STANDARDS

Unlike textbooks created for a nationwide audience, OER can focus on specific state teaching objectives.

LOWER COST

Whereas a typical textbook costs $100 to $200, OER are free or, if printed, OER cost between $6 and $12 each.

STREAMLINED

OER do not include superfluous information that will not be covered in the course.

EASILY ACCESSIBLE

Students may access their resources on any device with an internet connection, such as computers, tablets and cell phones.

PERSONAL COPIES

Instead of sharing a class set of books, students receive their own resources that they may take home, write in and keep at the end of the year.Slide11

USDE #GoOpen Initiative

Launched: October 2015

“States are powerful collaborators in supporting and scaling innovation. With the launch of statewide #GoOpen initiatives, states are helping districts transition to a new model of learning by facilitating the creation of an open ecosystem of digital resources that can increase equity and empower teachers.”

Joseph South, Director, Office of Educational TechnologySlide12

USDE #GoOpen States

Arizona

Georgia

Illinois

Indiana

MarylandMassachusetts

Michigan

North Carolina

Oklahoma

Oregon

Rhode Island

Utah

Vermont

Virginia

WisconsinSlide13

Oklahoma’s #GoOpen Requirements

Adopt/Implement a statewide technology strategy that includes the use of openly licensed resources as a central component.

Develop and maintain a statewide repository solution for openly licensed resources.

Develop the technical capability to publish OER to the

Learning Registry.

Participate in a community of practice with other #GoOpen states and districts to share learning resources and professional development resources.Create a webpage to share the commitment to #GoOpen and document the state’s progress.Slide14

OER RubricsIMET Rubric:

http://achievethecore.org/page/1946/instructional-materials-evaluation-tool

EQuIP

Rubrics:

http://www.achieve.org/EQuIP Achieve OER Rubrics: http://www.achieve.org/publications/achieve-oer-rubrics PEEC - Primary Evaluation of Essential Criteria for Alignment (Science)http://www.nextgenscience.org/resources/peec-alignment-ngss-publishers-criteria Slide15

DiscussionWhat opportunities with respect to OER is your district exploring?Slide16

Case Study – Broken Arrow Public SchoolsOklahoma’s 6

th

largest district

Suburb of Tulsa

19,000 studentsSlide17

Case Study – Broken Arrow Public Schools

Used CK-12 and other online resources

Teachers brainstormed best order to present material, worked in teams of 2 to curate.

Graded each other’s work.

Invited local experts/educators from across state to contribute to creative sessions.Slide18

Case Study – Broken Arrow Public Schools

For 2015-16 year, completed 9 subjects:

6th-8th Grade Science

Biology & Physical Science

Principles of Algebra

Creative WritingMilitary HistoryHistory of WarFor 2016-17Refreshing previous 9Working on African American Studies, Current Events, Oklahoma History and U.S. GovernmentSlide19

Case Study – Broken Arrow Public Schools

Broken Arrow has freely shared its new resources:

http://bit.ly/BrokenArrowOER

The OSDE featured Broken Arrow in a recent Elevate story:

http://sde.ok.gov/sde/newsblog/2016-06-13/elevate-broken-arrow-uses-free-content-create-inexpensive-localized-textbooksSlide20

How Do You Get Started?

USDE #

GoOpen

District Launch Packet

http://tech.ed.gov/open-education/go-open-districts/launch/

Phase 1: Setting Goals and a StrategyPhase 2: Selecting and Organizing an Implementation TeamPhase 3: Putting in Place a Robust Infrastructure for LearningPhase 4: Ensuring High-Quality Learning ResourcesPhase 5: Designing Professional Learning OpportunitiesSlide21

OER Repositories

CK-12:

http://www.ck12.org/teacher/

OER Commons:

https://www.oercommons.org Curriki: http://www.curriki.org National Science Digital Library: https://nsdl.oercommons.org Slide22

Organizations with OER

Library of Congress

https://www.loc.gov/teachers/classroommaterials

PhET

https://phet.colorado.edu

Student Achievement Partners

http://achievethecore.org

Slide23

Full Course OER

EngageNY

Full-Course OER

EngageNYSlide24

Utah Open Textbooks

Full-Course OER

Utah Department of EducationSlide25

Learn Zillion

Full-Course OER

Learn ZillionSlide26

Thoughts and ConcernsWhat are your thoughts or concerns about Open Educational Resources?Slide27

Thank you!

Kurt Bernhardt

Executive Director of Education Technology

Oklahoma State Department of Education

kurt.bernhardt@sde.ok.gov

405-521-3364Twitter: @kurber

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