Differentiating instruction is a time-tested way of thinking about meeting students’ needs as they make progress toward achievement or learning targets. Differentiation is an elegant mindset that suggests to teachers a framework that permits them to engage students while focusing on learning results, and digital technologies offer many opportunities to differentiate instruction in meaningful ways.
Learning for everyone, by everyone, about almost anything.
The P2PU School of Ed brings the model of open, community-based peer learning to professional learning for K-12 teachers.
It's about hands-on learning driven by each educator's particular needs and classroom situations. It's about connecting, collaborating, and creating, not just reading or studying. All courses in this school are free, open-licensed (CC BY), and online. You can use the content in them for any purpose you like as long as you cite the source.
The Book of Abstracts of the 2007-2012 EDEN Annual Conferences and formerly published papers presented at earlier Annual Conferences, Research Workshops and Open Classroom Conferences can be downloaded.
UNESCO hosts the 2012 World Open Education Resources (OER) Congress at its Headquarters in Paris, from 20 to 22 June 2012 to lead the debate on the development of OERs worldwide, with the participation and support of global governments, educators, NGOs and prominent universities such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
The Congress, organized in full partnership with the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) and through the generous support of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, aims at:
releasing the 2012 Paris OER Declaration;showcasing the world’s best practices in OER policies and initiatives; andcelebrating the 10th anniversary of the 2002 UNESCO Forum that coined the term Open Educational Resources (OER).
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