The Handbook collects 24 real-life open teaching practices that respond to eight main challenges that educators face today and that can be tackled through open approaches. The practices are presented detailing their potential for transferability and the competences needed to put them in place, ultimately aiming at inspiring educators to try out these methods to make their teaching more inclusive and innovative. Also, the document presents an original Open Education Competences Framework, structured around one transversal attitude, two competences areas (open resources and open pedagogies).
Alicia García-Holgado, Francisco José García Peñalvo, Andrea Vázquez Ingelmo (USAL)
Fabio Nascimbeni, Natalia Padilla-Zea, Daniel Burgos (UNIR)
Colin de la Higuera, Donika Hvarchilkova (UN)
António Teixeira (UAB)
Ulf-Daniel Ehlers, Patricia Bonaudo (DBHW)
James Brunton (DCU)
An Open Educational Practices course (30h)
An interactive online learning game, responsive in multiple devices.
An open accreditation scheme.
A transferability toolkit to facilitate the use and implementation of project outcomes in other universities.
Five national multiplier events (in Madrid, Nantes, Lisbon, Karlsruhe and Dublin).
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Promoting Open Education through Gamification
PROJECT REF.: 2019-1-ES01-KA203-065815