Sharing and adapting existing resources effectively:

1. Sharing and adapting existing resources effectively:

  • Example: “Create a shared repository of openly licensed resources like simulations and presentations, encouraging remixing and adaptation based on individual needs.”
  • Additional details: Organize “flipped classroom” workshops where teachers share and adapt best practices for utilizing online resources.

2. Providing open access to high-quality materials for all teachers:

  • Example: “Partner with local libraries or educational organizations to host open-access resource sharing events and training sessions.”
  • Additional details: Advocate for school policies that prioritize open educational resources (OERs) and provide training on identifying and evaluating high-quality materials.

Additional consideration:

  • Challenges: Acknowledge potential issues like time constraints, technology access, and copyright concerns, and suggest solutions like bite-sized collaboration activities or open-source resource platforms.