Friday, May 10 • 3:30pm - 4:25pm
Ethics and social justice in the global open education movement: Responding to what is broken ()

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Over the past year, educators from different parts of the world faciltiated sessions at multiple conferences, discussing ethical and social justice concerns within the global open education movement. In this workshop participants will review the results of those previous sessions and categorize the problems into simple, complicated, complex and chaotic (using the Liberating Structure Agreement & Certainty Matrix). Then they will discuss potential responses to one or more of these problems, and will also commit to a list of concrete next steps they themselves will take.

Session notes:

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Christina Hendricks

Professor of Teaching in Philosophy, Academic Director, Centre for Teaching, Learning & Technology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver
Philosophy, OER, open textbooks, open pedagogy, accessibility
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Maha Bali

Professor of Practice, American University in Cairo
Maha Bali is Associate Professor of Practice at the Center for Learning and Teaching at the American University in Cairo. She has a PhD in Education from the University of Sheffield, UK. She is co-founder of virtuallyconnecting.org (a grassroots movement that challenges academic... Read More →
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Taskeen Adam

South African Student at University of CambridgePhD candidate in Development Studies: Researching to what extent MOOCs can support marginalised groups in South Africa. Concerned with how historical injustices, cultural imposition, and economic dependence continue to play a pivotal... Read More →

Friday May 10, 2019 3:30pm - 4:25pm WEST
Small Macau Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal