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Developing open education literacies with practicing K-12 teachers

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This study seeks to understand how to use formal learning activities to effectively support the development of open education literacies among K-12 teachers. Considering pre and post-surveys from K-12 teachers who participated in a three-day institute, this study considers whether participants entered institutes with misconceptions related to open education, whether participant knowledge grew as a result of participation, whether takeaways matched expectations, and what specific evaluation items influenced participants’ overall evaluations of the institutes.


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