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  • About the free badged courses from the Social Partnerships Network
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    About the free badged courses from the Social Partnerships Network

    Introductory video about the Social Partnerships Network badged courses and about our research.

  • ACCUMULATE AFRICA -Demo for ACCOSCA
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    ACCUMULATE AFRICA -Demo for ACCOSCA

    This unit has been created for ACCUMULATE, a project involving African credit unions in several countries.  

  • Becoming an open educator
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    Becoming an open educator

    This course, which was produced as part of the Opening Educational Practices in Scotland (OEPS) project is aimed at anyone who is curious about how free and open might change our approach to teaching and learning and has been designed for administrators, educators and facilitators in all sectors.

  • California State University-Northridge Second Chance Early Start Program Learning to Learn
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    California State University-Northridge Second Chance Early Start Program Learning to Learn

    Welcome to CSUN's specially designed version of Learning to Learn!  Learning to Learn is an opportunity for you to build your confidence and to provide the tools and skills necessary to be successful in your new academic setting.  As you work through the course you will be encouraged to consider possible choices and learn the value of making plans for your future.  You will increase your awareness of your current qualities, knowledge and skills.  The online activities, videos, and challenges will help you develop the essential college and life skills of communication and problem solving leading to solid academic success.   The Learning to Learn course content is presented in an online format and is available for you to add value to your learning experience as part of the early start initiative. Congratulations! Your first task is to read the course overview and complete the self-reflection questionnaire. This will help you to think about how Learning to Learn can help you achieve your goals and aims.

  • CREATE – Child Rights Education in East Africa
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    CREATE – Child Rights Education in East Africa

    This course explores Children’s rights for health workers to inform their practice in Ethiopia, Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda

  • CREDPRO: The Child: Development Needs & Rights
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    CREDPRO: The Child: Development Needs & Rights

    This unit begins by introducing the concepts of childhood and child development, followed by an exploration of children’s universal needs and potentials. Needs are then related to the international standards outlined in the UN Convention of the Rights of the Child.

  • How to become an online facilitator
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    How to become an online facilitator

    This course is for anybody who would like to become a facilitator on an open online course. You'll be introduced to concepts and ideas as how best to engage with learners, encourage conversation, and identify good practice for responding to learners online.

  • How to make an open online course
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    How to make an open online course

    A short guide to how to create a good open online course.

  • How to use OpenLearn Create
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    How to use OpenLearn Create

    How to create Open Educational Resources in OpenLearn Create

  • Introduction to Dyslexia and Inclusive Practice
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    Introduction to Dyslexia and Inclusive Practice

    An introduction to Dyslexia and inclusive practice for teachers, community educators and anyone with an interest in these issues.

  • Learning to Learn v2
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    Learning to Learn v2

    Welcome to the updated version of Learning to Learn!  If you have used this course prior to November 2012, please refer to the earlier version available below temporarily as we transition to the new and improved Learning to Learn.  The original content has been expanded with some additional activities, new media content, and learning challenges.  By accessing this course and the challenges linked to it you have just taken a major step toward helping you develop your study skills. Congratulations! Your first task is to read the course overview and complete the self-reflection questionnaire. This will help you to think about how Learning to Learn can help you achieve your goals and aims.

  • Learning to (Re)Use Open Educational Resources
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    Learning to (Re)Use Open Educational Resources

    This open course will guide participants through the discovery, use and reuse of open educational resources (OER) for teaching purposes in all sectors of education. Together we will explore approaches to selecting and using materials that have been created by others, unpack the process of adaptation and discuss sharing and networking. This course will be highly attractive to both those who want to start using OER in their teaching and those who are already users but who are looking for an opportunity to create and share their own teaching resources for teaching.

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