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Personal choice and voice are key components to successful face-to-face and virtual learning for today’s K-12 students. Open Educational Resources can support these strategies of inquiry and personalized learning in many formats. Through the readings, digital tool exploration, and OER creation activity in this module, school librarians will further develop their digital expertise in creating student-centered (voice and choice) curriculum and instruction.By publishing lessons on OER Commons, other educators can find them, revise them and reshare them, thus expanding and improving access for all! This is a renewable assignment for school librarians – remember, renewable assignments are an alternative to traditional, disposable assignments, which students “throw away” after they are graded. With renewable assignments learners are asked to create and openly license valuable artifacts that, in addition to supporting their own learning, will be useful to other learners both inside and outside the classroom. An essential part of renewable assignments is the capacity to share them publicly and with an open license. As a school librarian, the lesson you create can also be a renewable assignment designed for K-12 learners; there are samples of renewable assignments in the folder Sample Renewable Assignments in the Renewable Assignments group. 
Subject:
English Language Arts
Level:
Community College / Lower Division, College / Upper Division, Adult Education
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
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Date Added:
04/04/2024
License:
Creative Commons Attribution Creative Commons Attribution
Language:
English
Media Format:
Interactive

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