Open University Innovative Pedagogy 2019 report

Every year, the Open University publish their Innovating Pedagogy report, detailing ten innovative approaches to pedagogy that haven’t yet made it to the mainstream way of thinking.

The report can be found here.

These reports show some great future thinking, and many of the topics discussed in the previous version are now starting to find their way (or have planted themselves firmly within) new teaching methods hitting the mainstream approaches (e.g. gamification, rewarding activity through badging).

What really jumped out in this report, which is particularly pertinent for Talis Elevate and it’s usage, relates to “making thinking visible”.

“Making student thinking visible can support a student’s learning process by making studying more effective and teaching more targeted. Activities that raise student and teacher awareness of the learning intentions of a course, the student’s subject understanding, and how to improve are all important.”

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