20 Open Pedagogy Plan

Think about your current course. Does it have any open pedagogical elements? Could you trial an open approach, even a minor assessment task? Does your course incorporate inclusive elements?
In order to plan your activities properly, you should think about the following steps: 

  1. Course details
  2. Open assessment ideas[1][2]
  3. Considering diversity and inclusion[3]
  4. Drafting a syllabus statement for your course[4]
  5. Designing an open assessment.[5][6]

Give the Open Pedagogy Plan Wizard a try and take your plan with you!

  1. West, Q. (n.d.). Open pedagogy assignments compilation. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KWy_Dx8k0cIVa2bNM_Ma0v0JGiBpaGSQFC5mmciEfe8/edit  CC-BY 4.0
  2. University of Texas Arlington Libraries. (2021). Introduction to open pedagogy. https://libguides.uta.edu/openped/intro  CC BY-NC 4.0
  3. Katz, S. & Elder, A. (2021) Adapting resources for inclusion. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dEc_Oye3ovQ3X9lXNs18riMiikOxTqVMRfOvzrLUs_g/edit CC-BY 4.0
  4. Katz, S. & Elder, A. (2021). Drafting a syllabus statement worksheet. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1olAd2Gpe1l8gLqoX73wjehiQOXRMLQ3N4JCCcv2PWpA/edit  CC-BY 4.0
  5. Katz, S. & Elder, A. (2021). Designing a renewable assignment worksheet: Part 1.  https://docs.google.com/document/d/18V70fthpmfVtx0BSW0hXoOtsY5ci6tr1nJ9IieFMhII/edit CC-BY 4.0
  6. Katz, S. & Elder, A. (2021). Designing renewable assignments: Part II. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wCu-FmWUy4WUwqINe4TloVgPkCz3n6kxVa-k6OjtCcs/edit CC BY 4.0


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