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|Title:||The Opengame competencies framework: An attempt to map open education attitudes, knowledge and skills|
García-Peñalvo, F. J.
Ehlers, U. D.
Open Educational Resources
Open Educational Practices
Open Pedagogy, Educators’ competences
|Citation:||Nascimbeni, F., Teixeira, A., García-Holgado, A., García-Peñalvo, F. J., Padilla-Zea, P., Ehlers, U. D., Bruton, J., & Burgos, D. (2020). The Opengame competencies framework: An attempt to map open education attitudes, knowledge and skills. In Enhancing the Human Experience of Learning with Technology: New challenges for research into digital, open, distance & networked education European Distance and E-Learning Network (EDEN) Proceedings 2020 Research Workshop (Lisbon, Portugal, 21-23 October, 2020) (pp. 105-112). EDEN. https://doi.org/10.38069/edenconf-2020-rw0012|
|Abstract:||The paper introduces the competence framework produced by the OpenGame project, that includes the attitudes, knowledge and skills that educators need to master in order to work with Open Educational Practices (OEP). With this outcome, the OpenGame research team aims at closing the gap between the expanded interest of researchers and practitioners towards a holistic vision of open education and the absence of a shared competence framework that can cover both the creation and/or use of Open Educational resources (OER) and the broader realm of OEP. Starting from literature review complemented with the analysis of 24 open teaching practices, 8 competences have been defined, related to both OER and open pedagogies. The competences relating to OER are: use open licences; search for OER; create, revise, and remix OER; and share OER. The competences relating to open pedagogy are: design open educational experiences; guide students to learn in the open; teach with OER; and implement open assessment. The framework details the knowledge and skills that correspond to each competence and can serve both as a starting point to build educators’ capacities to work with open approaches and as a reflexion tool to better understand what it means to be an Open Educator in the 21st century.|
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