Are teachers currently using Open Education Resources in their classrooms?
Does your school or your local school have an environment of mutual trust and collaboration that promotes a sharing culture?
Does your school give students and teachers unfettered access to technology they need to be connected inside and outside school?
Are teachers in your school using Google applications or other software to promote collaboration and sharing in the classroom and for school documents?
Are teachers creating and sharing their OER remixes?
Has your school investigated replacing expensive proprietary software with open source alternatives?
Do students routinely share their work with an authentic audience? Are students encouraged to share their work on social media, blogs, and websites?
Do students create content for projects instead of simply consuming it?
Are teachers frequently blogging, posting, or otherwise making an effort to share their work broadly to contribute to networks that help other teachers?
Are students encouraged to share their work on social media, blogs, and websites?
Do students regularly tutor each other during class and view themselves as experts in material?
Do teachers use methods such as Classroom Rounds or Lesson Study to make routine observations of each other’s teaching practices and share ideas to grow?