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We need help in shaping our vision for Open Educational Resources for all

We need help in shaping our vision for Open Educational Resources for all

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Dear flipped classroom, ICT + Science enthusiasts on Edutopia,

First things first: We could really use your ideas & brain power!

Our team of STEM Teachers, OER specialists and designers at our Open Education nonprofit ‘FuseSchool’ has set out to strengthen the OER movement for seconary by covering the entire curricula in the Sciences, Maths, English and ICT with 3500 entirely free OER videos (samples on YouTube EDU: http://www.youtube.com/user/virtualschooluk/videos).

Before we our open and free FuseSchool learning platform and app in early 2014, we want to make sure to implement the ideas of the world's OER and flipped classroom enthusiasts – both teachers and students (yeah: I mean you ;).

We would love to meet you and your students online to get your hands, to spend an hour on testing our OER app (accessible on any device) before the release. Your feedback would be invaluable in creating the best learning experience for tens of thousands of people who will eventually use our OER learning experience.
Also, the session will enable you to:

1. use our free Online Science experience to flip the classroom

2. co-create OER multimedia content with your students

To participate or nominate a teacher, send us an Email to: vsteam@fusion-universal.com

All the best and would be great to hear your thoughts in the comments below,

Frédéric Kastner | Programme Manager | FuseSchool


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