Open Educational Resources (OERs) are an emerging alternative to commercial textbooks, but how do new technologies compare to traditional options? Dr. Virginia Clinton joins us to discuss her recent papers “Savings without sacrifice: a case report on open-source textbook adoption” and “Reading from paper compared to screens: A systematic review and meta‐analysis”.
Later, we read a study that examined what kinds of supports teachers in high-achieving classrooms provide for student metacognition. We find ways to get more out of our interactions with students by explicitly supporting how they think about their learning.
- First Segment – 01:43 – OERs and paper v. screens
- Second Segment – 33:23 – Supporting student metacognition
Assistant Professor of Educational Foundations and Research
University of North Dakota
Clinton, V. (n.d.). Reading from paper compared to screens: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Research in Reading, Early View Online. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-9817.12269
Clinton, V. (2018). Savings without sacrifice: a case report on open-source textbook adoption. Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning, 33(3), 177-189.
- Identifying teachers’ supports of metacognition through classroom talk and its relation to growth in conceptual learning
Zepeda, C. D., Hlutkowsky, C. O., Partika, A. C., & Nokes-Malach, T. J. (2019). Identifying teachers’ supports of metacognition through classroom talk and its relation to growth in conceptual learning. Journal of Educational Psychology, 111(3), 522.
- Open Textbook Library
- Open-Source Textbooks – CK-12 Foundation
- Open-Source Textbooks – OpenStax
- Open-Source Materials – OER Commons
- Economics of Education (2nd Segment) 014 First, We Require Audacity
- Innovation and American K-12 Education (Chatterji 2018)
- Do open educational resources improve student learning? Implications of the access hypothesis (Grimaldi 2019)
- Comparison of reading performance on screen and on paper: A meta-analysis (Kong 2018)
- Topic Overview – Metacognition (Schwartz 2015)
- Measures of Effective Teaching Longitudinal Database (METLDB – Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation)
- Ten Metacognitive Teaching Strategies (Center for Innovation and Teaching Excellence at Vancouver Island University)
We drink Rye on Rye, a barrel-aged rye ale from Boulevard Brewing Company in Kansas City, MO.