2/ This theoretical work explored elements of open education and critical pedagogy, given neither term has fixed, stable meanings
3/ Digitization of learning resources and internet technologies shift learning possibilities for students, institutions, and corporate ventures alike
4/ Models for open education disrupt learning frames, with those who capitalize on them having new areas of opportunity
5/ Critical pedagogy has disputed notions of emancipation critique and its oppressiveness in education
6/ The shifting nature of openness presents new opportunities for theory, research, and most importantly practice
8/ I wonder if readers agree the ‘bazaar’ model of open education is more democratic and engaging; perhaps depends on how defined?
These are the questions that I use to guide my summary:
- Reference to the Article
- What attracted me to this Article?
- What is it about (Problem / Purpose / Research Questions)?
- Where does this come from (Literature / Theoretical Framework)?
- What did they do (Methodology & Method)?
- What did they learn (Results / Discussion)?
- What did I learn?
Any feedback, thoughts, ideas, or suggestions are appreciated!