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Using Media in Teaching: Learning Guide. Section Three - Using Popular Print Media in the Classroom

In this section we will explore how popular print media – in particular newspapers and magazines – can be used to improve classroom learning and teaching.

Using Media in Teaching: Learning Guide. Section Two - Developing a Media-Rich Outcomes-based Education

In Section Two, through a story of one teacher's attempt to teach in a learnercentred, activity-based manner, we will deepen your understanding of how media resources can be used to enrich outcomes-based education.

Using Media in Teaching: Learning Guide. Section One - How to Use This Module

The important question we address in this module is: How can teachers use popular media, textbooks, and computer
technologies to create a learning environment that equips learners with the knowledge and skills to live and work thoughtfully in a changing South Africa?

Using Media in Teaching: Learning Guide. Introduction

The focus of this module is on how teachers might use popular media, textbooks and computer technologies to create a learning environment that equips learners with the knowledge and skills to live and work thoughtfully in a changing country.

Open Content Licensing: A Three-Step Guide for Academics

This guide will enable academics to make informed and purposeful decisions about
licensing their work openly.

Enhancing Teacher Education through OER

TESS-India have developed a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) to support teacher educators in becoming familiar with and using OER in their work with teachers.

Open Practices in Higher Education: Trends and Possibilities for Africa

This report, based on a desktop review, unpacks the possibilities of opennes in African higher education, launching the discussion with a presentation and explanation of the concepts and icons associated with various tenets of open practice. The discussion then moves on to explore the factors leading to the rise of openness, including a social inclination towards opennes, government involvement, and technological innovations that have encouraged and facilitated openness.

Cracking the Code to Educational Analysis: a 22 Video Series, Freely Available on YouTube

Wayne Hugo, author of Cracking the Code to Educational Analysis (Pearson Education South Africa, 2013) has produced a video series that introduces the essentials of his book and provides practical examples.

Educational Technology for Effective Teaching: A Handbook for Educators

This course on educational technology comprises of 16 units covering different aspects of educational technology as a field of study. Educational technology is a combined application of three major sciences for classroom activities. These are Physical Sciences, Social Sciences, and Managerial Sciences.

Roadmap for Open ICT Ecosystems

The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, with the support of IBM Corporation and Oracle, has facilitated the creation of this resource. Our hope is to provide policymakers, managers and other stakholders from industry and civil society a user-friendly tool for understanding what open ICT ecosystems are, why they are embraced and how to evolve them. As a result, we hope to change how people see and manage ICT ecosystems and innovation.