Source: Flickr, Hover Fly
- upload and share images on Flickr using a Creative Commons license
- use Twitter for global “Chats” about science education
- read Open Access Journals from sources such as The Public Library of Science
- find information on Wikipedia
- search for resources found in the Public Domain or with a Creative Commons license
- use YouTube videos for student learning
- share ideas, resources and reflections about education on a blog
- learn in connectivist MOOCS
- display Open Badges as evidence of your professional learning
- collaborate on Google Docs and share your work on the open web for others to use, modify and improve?
- attend Teachmeets in your spare time
- use Census data for maths and science investigations with your students
- consider Citizen Science projects to engage students
- chat with the Chief Scientist for Australia on Facebook?
Then you’re engaging in Open Educational Practices.