Learners revise an existing open textbook to create an adaptation tailored for instructional designers in David Wiley's graduate course for instructional designers.
In a survey course taught by Robin DeRosa, learners authored a text with primary sources, language translations, and more. The final text was shared with open licenses.
Teacher POV Student POV
David Squires at Washington State University invited learners to create texts on social media with Scalar, which allowed creative non-linear storytelling.
Details About Scalar
UBC class SPAN 312 co-authored wikipedia pages on Latin American Literature.
Reflection Teacher Instructions
This project aims to fill an important gap on Wikipedia: Several thousand local newspapers.
Colorado College learners author 52 new biographies for women in a wide variety of STEM fields.
Project Overview News Coverage
Students and faculty across disciplines have created case studies on relevant real-world issues for learning.
Project Overview Teaching Guide
Students created all learning outcomes, assignments, course policies, and grading processes for first year seminar.
Overview Course Description
Students enrolled in Amy Nelson's Contemporary Russia course were invited to co-create the syllabus and objectives.
Overview Additional Reading
Reflective blogs for authentic assessment and metacognition. Explore the process of what has been termed 'ungrading.'
Teacher reflection Ungrading
Rajiv Jhangiani had students write and review multiple choice questions on the course content of a Social Psychology class.
Presentation Blog Post
At Montgomery College, faculty create assignments focused on UN Sustainable Development Goals, as students engage in service learning projects.
Descriptive Post Resources & Assignments
Timeline made by ABE 75, Summer Quarter of 2017 at Tacoma Community College, timeline of African American Rights Movement 1950-1980.
Tips Timeline JS
Matthew Roberts,Grand Valley State University, assigned annotation of a supreme court case. Students posed questions and posted answers for this American Constitutional Foundations.
Posts from the Open Pedagogy Notebook, which is a website designed to serve as a resource for educators interested in learning more about Open Pedagogy. Browse the examples of more classroom practices.