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November 03, 2016

The OER Landscape has Something for Every District

Under the right circumstances - which include meaningful district support and investment - I've seen firsthand that OER curation can lead to powerful shared assets and professional learning.

October 03, 2016

Pressing The Reset Button On OER

As I reflect on what the Go Open movement can learn from our experiences, I think we underestimated the capacity-building that needed to be done with teachers to get them comfortable creating curricular resources.

September 24, 2016

Three Keys To Gaining Traction With #GoOpen This Year

The #GoOpen District Launch Packet provides a comprehensive outline for schools and districts to organize their efforts to infuse their curriculum with openly-licensed educational resources.

April 11, 2016

Looking For Perspective On Open Educational Resources

It clear that there are a lot more questions than answers on the topic of OER. However, I am pretty sure that when we have to allocate funds to find freely accessible resources then they are not really free resources.

March 11, 2016

Open Educational Resources Are About Much More Than Saving Money

This transition will help us make the cultural shift that is necessary in our schools to truly prepare our students for the rapidly changing landscape beyond K-12 education.

January 22, 2016

Don't Underestimate the Power of OER

The Open Education Resources movement provides an opportunity to put the power back in the hands of teachers and students. We need schools who support staff members in becoming creators who not only collaborate with colleagues across classrooms but also across local, state, and national boundaries.

January 15, 2016

OER Needs to Be on Your Radar

With a group of model schools committed to the Office of Ed Tech's #GoOpen Initiative, there is no doubt that more schools and districts will begin using Open Education Resources.

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