At the 5th annual rOpenSci unconference in May 2018, a group of scientists and educators shared their experiences, frustrations, failures, and successes teaching science with R. What came out of this discussion was a framework for rOpenSci Educators’ Collaborative: a community of practice for people interested and engaged in science education using R. This blog post is the third of a three-post series about education and R, written by this group of unconf18 participants. Read the first post about common pedagogical challenges here, and the second post about what makes a good open educational resource here.
tl;dr: we propose three calls to action:
- Share your curricular materials in the open.
- Participate in the rOpenSci Education profile series.
- Discuss with us how you want to be involved in rOpenSci Educators’ Collaborative.
Read post 3 of 3 here: https://ropensci.org/blog/2018/07/26/educollab-community