Have you ever wondered what it means, and what it takes, to “teach in the open”?
OpenGame has collected 24 cases of real-life educators who are doing that, from teaching with open textbooks, to using wikis openly, to assess learners with the hep of external stakeholders, and more. For each of the 24 cases we are suggesting how educators could replicate them, and which starting competences they would need in order to implement each specific practice. Also, we have collected these Open Education competences in a framework that presents the needed attitude, knowledge and skills to act as an Open Educator.
The OpenGame project is funded by the European Commission Programme Erasmus +, managed by the Spanish National Authority SEPIE, and coordinated by Universidad Internacional de la Rioja (UNIR).
The Handbook is available at https://opengame-project.eu/results/.