Journal for Multicultural Education: Volume 16 Issue 5

Subject:

Table of contents - Special Issue: The Intersections of Open Educational Practices and Equity Pedagogy

Guest Editors: Stacy Katz, Jennifer Van Allen

Open with intention: situating equity pedagogy within open education to advance social justice

Stacy Katz, Jennifer Van Allen

This paper is intended to contextualize the major themes of the special issue, “The Intersections of Open Education and Equity Pedagogy” in the Journal for Multicultural

Supporting educators’ professional learning for equity pedagogy: the promise of open educational practices

Eseta Tualaulelei, Nicole Catherine Green

In the research literature relevant to open educational practices (OEP), the terms “students” or “learners” often refer to individuals engaging in formal study. This study…

Creating equitable access: using OER for socially just educational leaders

Sydney Richardson, Jacqueline Roebuck Sakho

The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate ways in which educator preparation programs can influence educator and administrator support of Open Education Resources (OER)…

Open for antiracism: supporting educators to use open education for antiracist teaching

Una T. Daly, James Glapa-Grossklag, Alyssa Nguyen, Ireri Valenzuela

The Open for Antiracism program supports faculty to change their teaching practices to be antiracist through the affordances of open educational resources (OER) and open…

Open learning design for using open educational practices in high school learning contexts and beyond

Verena Roberts

There is a need for research that examines how digital networks can support all learners in open access to people, resources and experiences that were previously…

Who writes and who responds? Gender and race-based differences in open annotations

Marja Bakermans, Geoff Pfeifer, William San Martín, Kimberly LeChasseur

Historically minoritized students are routinely silenced in classroom settings. This study aims to explore whether open annotations encourage students with historically…

Open educational practices in a Cultural Capability unit: learning at the cultural interface

Sarah Lambert, Johanna Funk

The authors respond to the special edition call for papers which explore the intersection between equity pedagogy and open educational practices (OEPs). The purpose of…

How OER can support teacher collaborative learning to enact equitable teaching practices

Bryant Jensen, Royce Kimmons

Many K-12 teaching practices unwittingly reproduce social privileges. To transform their teaching and provide more equitable learning opportunities for students from…

Designing for resistance: epistemic justice, learning design, and open educational practices

Peter D. Wallis, Tomas Rocha

To encourage more just open educational practices, the purpose of this paper is to describe Jose Medina’s theory of epistemic justice and develop a framework applying this…

Cover of Journal for Multicultural Education

ISSN:

2053-535X

Online date, start – end:

2014

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Sherry Deckman