In the Open Faculty Patchbook, teachers wrote about the ways that they teach. A list of teaching skills was provided to choose from and authors took it from there. That list included things like managing group work, leading discussions, and making assessments more authentic. What we ended up with were stories about teaching that included bigfoot, tree climbing, and Tetris.

What skills would learners write about in the Open Learner Patchbook? Enduring yet another group project? Practicing your in-class ‘engaged’ facial expression?

This is Patches

Help us develop a starter list of learning skills for the Open Learner Patchbook. What learning skill might you write about? Tweet your suggestion and let’s get this Patchbook spin-off rolling!

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