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Precisely what 'open' means in open education has been the subject of some debate. Contemporary education as a whole may be broadly understood as incorporating a wide range of pedgogical and scholarly activities which can take place inside or outside formal institutions. Very broadly, these can include:
- learning, whether through instruction, guided activity or self-directed learning;
- teaching which can include mentoring and all non-instructivist activities around the deliberate nurturing of knowledge;
- assessment which may be any combination of summative, formative and/or diagnostic;
- accreditation which can include recognising learner or educator accomplishment;
- policymaking at any level of education or governance where this influences curriculum, funding and procedures in education; and
- administration, dealing with recruitment, admissions, retention, progression, graduation, timetabling, reporting, and management.
In a traditional learning environment (such as a school or university) these aspects of practice tend to relate to each other in familar ways. When we talk about open education we're really interested in the ways in which our practices can change as a result of adopting open practices, but also in education outside of formal institutions.
- Grind the spelt coarsely (if you have entire corns).
- Soak the spelt with oat flakes in some water, in order to get a viscous substance. The burgers will be more compact if you add more oat flakes.
- Cut onions and leek in small pieces.
- Fry onions and leek with some oil.
- Mix the substance with onions, leek and spices of your choice (cumin is a good choice).
- Form flat burgers in a hot, oiled pan.
- The burgers are also quite tasty when they are cold on the next day.
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