Week 8 Our OERs, revisited (March 5 - 11)
We are creating several Open Educational Resources as a group. This week's task has to do with peer-to-peer learning in the context of making OERs.
TASK PART 1
- Read people's contributions to the list of elementary math questions that have infinitely many answers at http://p2pu.org/en/groups/ed218-developing-mathematics-the-early-years/content/week-3-arts-math-many-answers-january-30-february-5/
- Respond to someone with a substantial comment. In your comment, add some math content, such as a similar open-ended question, or a discussion of "whys" behind the ideas, or quotes from an article.
- Moreover, respond as a "peer teacher" - the goal is not only to contribute to our list of open-ended math question, but help the person you are replying learn in this course. Think: based on what the person said, what can they be learning next?
TASK PART 2
- Read suggestions in "Scratch, the missing manual" thread: http://p2pu.org/en/groups/ed218-developing-mathematics-the-early-years/content/week-6-scratch-the-missing-manual-february-20-26/
- Respond to someone with a substantial comment.
- In your comment, help the person you are responding to learn
We are going to publish "the missing manual" on the ScratchEd site, and the list of open-ended math examples somewhere else nice, probably on a wiki, because we need to embed art pieces. This is good content you made! Both collections will be good open resources for other math educators.