Open Education in formal educational settings, TU Delft STUMBLE project 2014
published: June 23, 2014, recorded: April 2014, views: 1632
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Delft University of Technology has started small sc ale experiments with implementing Open Educational Resources in formal campus education in 2013. Results of the experiments vary, but seem to indicate the need for students to have an a ctive role in their own learning process. The sudden selfregulated learning taking place in a fac ebook challenge around a coincidental occurance illustrates this and is backed by for exa mple the vision of Sugata Mitra on learning. In 2014 TU Delft started using FeedbackFruits as a too l to support student-teacher/peer-to-peer and student to content interaction. During OCW Global w e will give more insight into the merits of this tool and its potential for learning in formal educational settings, and ultimately learning across the borders of formal institutional boundari es.
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