Drumbeat/p2pu/weekly call/29 July 2010

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Call Details

We have a weekly community call scheduled for Thursdays at 11AM Eastern, 8AM Pacific

  1. Canada +1 416 848 3114 Ext. 92 Conference number 7600#
  2. US or Intl. +1 650 903 0800 Ext. 92 Conference number 7600#
  3. US Toll-Free +1 800 707 2533 PW 369 Conference number 7600#

join #education on irc.mozilla.org for backchannel chat.

Agenda items

  • Moving forward on building assessment models
    • what's needed on turning model into prototype?
    • what's the second skill we choose?
  • Status on courses / next steps
    • do we want to get more of a peer review process going?
    • link to P2PU orientation process?

Agenda links

Who's on the call

  • John
  • Ahrash
  • Pippa
  • Equbay


John is taking notes.

Assessment Models

  • Not a whole lot of change since last call
  • Compiling additional data from written reccomendations
  • Email to community with other skills and see what the second skill might be
  • Answering other people's questions will be the first skill
  • Engage communities outside of P2PU to create carrots so that people will want the accreditation
  • Are we going to technically implement the assessment in the septemeber round
  • Do we need to ToS to show that we're tracking people for assessment
  • Should there be an opt-out?
  • Ability to export data?
  • Upon logging in, require agree to terms
  • Risk Taking - Pippa might have an assessment rubrik from London Masters Program
  • Incentive - Unlock your assessment by assessing some number of other people

Course Status

  • Everyone who submitted a course should have gotten an email
  • Ask a series of questions to organizers (one a day) to get them into tip-top shape before sending off to p2pu lists
  • Focus attention on courses that aren't in shape by the end of questions and get them into shape
  • We need to make a plan to help people start writing a course syllabus
  • Perhaps follow the same thing we did with webcraft "6 weeks view" then drill down