Webinar will be presented on Wednesday, June 23, 1:00 PM
Educators may often feel as though they have to create every lesson from scratch, leading to additional stress and time lost. On the other end of the spectrum, some teachers may feel forced into following a prescribed curriculum with little opportunity to enhance lessons, differentiate to support all learners, or use their strengths in the classroom. Students aren't the only ones who benefit from quality content. Having access to a wide range of rich, creative lessons made or vetted by other educators and agencies can provide educators a means to overcome barriers and gaps in a curriculum, reduce stresses of lesson planning, and allow teachers and educators to do what they do best. In this session, participants will learn the basics of Open Educational Resources (OER), explore a platform for finding, sharing, and creating OER, and see the power that OER can have on a curriculum, students, and educators.
Use this url to bookmark or link to Session 2: Open Space: Harnessing the Power of Open Educational Resources: https://www.infohio.org/document-library/item/lwi20210623session2.
Matt Yauk leads initiatives for Open Educational Resources, communities of practice, and content evaluation and curation. He is a certified educator who has worked as a Business and Technology teacher and as an Instructional Designer and Academic Technology Director in higher education. He has a B.S. in Education: Technical Education and Training from The Ohio State University and a M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from University of Cincinnati. The positive impact on student learning and educator development has always been his primary focus.
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