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Tuesday, November 9 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Evolution of Teaching Practice Through Experience with OER-enabled Pedagogy

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The need for instructor reflection on their role within the classroom is more important than ever. Economic and social unrest make inclusive and meaningful student experiences critical. How can instructors achieve this goal when doing so may require a philosophical shift? This session presents findings from research with six instructors who taught a course utilizing OER-enabled pedagogy first in 2019 then again in 2020. Their insight suggests this approach catalyzed a teaching evolution to one fostering greater student engagement and agency. Attendees will consider how these findings may be generalized to various forms of active learning and any learning modality.

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Eric Werth

Professional Development Manager, University of Pikeville
I am the Professional Development Manager at the University of Pikeville, where I work on campus-wide initiatives aimed and improving student learning in face-to-face, blended, and online courses and research into open education. Specifically, my research has focused on motivation... Read More →
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Katherine Williams

Professional Development Educator, University of Pikeville
I am the Professional Development Educator at the University of Pikeville in Pikeville, KY. My current research at the institution focuses on Open Pedagogy and OER-enabled Pedagogy as means to promote equity in learning, particularly when looked through the lens of Critical Pedagogy... Read More →

Tuesday November 9, 2021 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST