In these concluding remarks, I highlight both the key messages of the qualitative analysis of the students’ positionings and the elements that I could have implemented differently.
Author: Naomi Truan
In this blog post, I argue for the necessity to address Open Sciences practices in passing, as one of the possible (and desired) effects of research-led teaching in which we foster a culture of collaboration.
As an advocate of Open Science, one thing that strikes me is how many academics believe that Open Science is an all-or-nothing approach. How, then, can we find the right amount of being exposed?
In this blog post, I focus on actors and individuals, aka the teachers and students engaging in Open Education Practices in the classroom, and show how I fostered a learning atmosphere receptive to Open Science in the seminar.
In this initial blog post on Open Science practices in education, we (Naomi Truan & Dennis Dressel) reflect on our process while considering publishing our teaching materials as Open Educational Resources.
Où je montre, à partir d’un conseil que l’on lit partout, que cela ne marche pas pour moi et qu’écrire nécessite de se confronter à soi-même…
These last few weeks, every time the sun was suddenly showing up, even for less than an hour, you would find me in a park a few minutes away from my flat, trying to grasp...