Adam Haigler is a science and digital media teacher at Tri-County Early College, who has spent over a decade working with educational organizations as a consultant, instructor, founder, and administrator. Adam won the 2016 North Carolina Science Teacher Association District 8 Outstanding Educator award for his work on a social justice-themed Project-Based Learning unit and currently serves as a Teacher-Powered Schools Ambassador in addition to his teaching role.
Ben Owens is a STEM educator and consultant who taught physics and mathematics for 11 years at Tri-County Early College in Murphy, NC. Ben is the 2017 Bridging the Gap Distinguished Teacher in STEM Education, the 2016 North Carolina Science Technology & Mathematics Center’s 9-16 Outstanding Educator, a 2014 Hope Street Group National Teacher Fellow, a Center for Teaching Quality Virtual Community Organizer, and has served on the Teacher Advisory Council for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
David Preston, Ph.D.
Chapter 1: What is Open Way Learning?
Chapter 2: Planting the Open Way Learning Seeds
Chapter 3: Constant Collaboration
Chapter 4: Free the Knowledge
Chapter 5: Intrepid Innovation
Chapter 6: The Open Way Learning Academy
Chapter 7: Be the Spark
David Price, O.B.E.
Appendix A: A Brief Overview of Open Source Technology in Education
Appendix B: A Portrait of an Open Way Learning Academy
About the Authors