OER in Portugal as agent of curriculum innovation and technological change

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OER in Portugal as agent of curriculum innovation and technological change: Inducing practices of "new" teaching standards

Page length: 8 pages.

Date: 2010


Authors

Paulo Manuel de Matos Pereira, Caramulo's School.


Abstract

This research project aimed the following goal: promote the creation, use and disclosure of OER in a Group of Schools, involving schools and teachers from different learning levels, expecting to test and validate the use of OER, in a learning-teaching model towards curricular innovation. Defining as a starting point different subjects and teachers from distinct academic areas, we have implemented a set of activities leading to the creation of OER supported, when possible, in FLOSS tools. We adopted an action research methodology with a dual purpose: to act within a community of teachers and students, while increasing at the same time their knowledge, as well as the researcher’s. The activity was developed cooperatively in order to process a certain reality of the teaching-learning process, through practical/reflective action towards it and inducing its implementation by others in the Portuguese School System, based on the production and sharing OER

Keywords: curricular innovation, educational-research, technological innovation, Open Education Resources, Portuguese schools

Source

http://openaccess.uoc.edu/webapps/o2/bitstream/10609/4990/6/Pereira_editat.pdf

Alternative: http://openaccess.uoc.edu/webapps/o2/handle/10609/4990

Recommended citation: Pereira, P. (2010). OER in Portugal as agent of curriculum innovation and technological change, Inducing practices of “new” teaching standards. In Open ED 2010 Proceedings. Barcelona: UOC, OU, BYU.


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