Open Anthropology: Open Pedagogy, Accessibility, and Decolonization in the Discipline

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Anthropology, Co-Inquiry, and Open Pedagogy As postsecondary institutions evolve towards greater inclusivity, accessibility, and diversity, open educational practices are an opportunity to address flaws in traditional learning design. Co-inquiry has always been central to anthropological research; the discipline‚Äôs main methodology of participant-observation positions interlocuters as critical collaborators in our fieldwork. The importance of collaborative knowledge […]

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Practice Example: Inquiry into Contemporary Issues in Learning Technologies

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The following activity was introduced as the second in a series, and used in an Inquiry into Contemporary Issues in Learning Technologies course to continue to pilot the Rethink Learning resource model. Mirroring it’s companion in a previous course, it uses a learning design that focuses on choice and prompts learners to use the perspective […]

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