Faculty Focus published a piece by Ruanda Garth-McCullough and Richard Sebastian of Achieving the Dream that highlights how OER can support culturally responsive teaching methods. GMMB worked with Richard and Ruanda on drafting and placing this piece. We have created some social media graphics and tweets to help you amplify it.
Community colleges are combining the powers of culturally responsive teaching and open educational resources (#OER) to promote student success and #edequity, write @RGMcCullough and @rasebastian of @achievethedream. Learn more in @facultyfocus: https://bit.ly/3gMqCCe #highered
Open educational resources allow educators to create curriculum that reflect the students they serve. Learn more about how using #OER to elevate diverse voices promotes student success in @facultyfocus from @achievethedream: https://bit.ly/3gMqCCe #edequity
Angela DeBarger at Hewlett authored a commentary piece about how OER have helped K-12 educators engage students throughout the challenges of the past year. Share this piece with a tweet.
Wondering how educators are using open educational resources (#OER) to engage students as schools reopen for #inpersonlearning? Check out this piece from @Hewlett_Found’s @AngelaDeBarger on @The74 to find out: http://bit.ly/2OrV0Ys
#Remotelearning is challenging, but educators are finding that open educational resources (#OER) promote #equity and #inclusion while enabling them to better support students. Read @AngelaDeBarger’s piece in @The74 for more: http://bit.ly/2OrV0Ys
Open Education Week is March 1-5, 2021! Feel free to post or share the social posts below directly to Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or LinkedIn profiles. There are also suggested social materials you can add to a Pinterest account. Note that there is one post in each section with placeholders for you to add your favorite OER source's website link and social media handle.