Before you leave …
Congratulations on reaching the end of your course – we hope you enjoyed it. We hope that this course is the start of your learning journey and that you will continue to develop your practice and embrace the opportunities afforded to you through ICT.
What’s your feedback? We would love to know what you thought of the course and how it helped you in your professional development. Please share your feedback about this course in the optional post-course survey. Your views help The Open University to improve its courses.
This course has been sponsored by TESSA using a grant from the Alan and Nesta Ferguson Foundation. Provided that you have visited each page of the course and completed the assessment activities, you will be eligible for the certificate and the digital badge. You can use these to demonstrate your learning.
If you have enjoyed this course, then why not explore OpenLearn? You will find lots of free courses covering many aspects of education. We have listed a few that might be of interest below. They are all free and could be studied by individuals or by groups of professionals working together in an educational setting.
We hope to see you again soon.
You may be interested in the following courses and resources:
- An introduction to open educational resources (OER) and Creating open educational resources, two relevant (and free) courses created by The Open University.
- Free courses for teachers and student teachers that identify and explore some of the key issues related to teaching and assessing subjects in secondary schools.
- A collection of courses and resources created by TESS-India (Teacher Education through School-based Support in India), which works alongside the Indian government to use OER to achieve transformational change for teacher educators and teachers working in elementary and lower secondary schools.
- ‘Introduction to practitioner research’, an audio resource that explores how researchers collate and analyse information, and the best methods for investigating and examining a question.
- The Education & Development section on OpenLearn, which features courses and articles written by academic experts and guest contributors, as well as educational interactives, games, quizzes, videos and podcasts.
To complete this course, we would like you to post a comment about your learning in a digital space.
It might be a tweet on Twitter, a photo and comment on Instagram, or a blog post. There are several websites where you can blog, such as WordPress or Blogger, and you can post a link to any blogs you’ve written on Twitter or Facebook.
If you use Facebook, write a brief post to tell your friends what you have been doing. You could have a look at TESSA’s Facebook page and link your comment to it.
Wherever you post online, tag your comments with the hashtag #TessAfrica so that other people can find your contributions.