Participation Leadership Framework - Curriculum Development & Testing #140

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emmairwin opened this Issue Sep 14, 2015 · 5 comments

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Goal:

Development & Event Testing for 5 or 6 modules.
Priority Order

  • Personal Leadership
  • Essential Mozilla
  • Building for Action and Impact
  • Working Open
  • Developing Specialization
  • Empowering Teams & People

Success:

In this heartbeat we develop 4 quality modules and 2 module drafts for future testing.
In this heartbeat we fully test 4 modules.
In this heartbeat we run two in-person workshops
In this heartbeat we run 2 online workshops.
In this heartbeat all tested curriculum is posted on the Education Platform.

Related Issues & Links:

#81 #120

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Owner: @emmairwin
Involved: @geroter

Required:

  • Kick off Call @geroter @emmairwin (@emmairwin @geroter , small, Due: Sept 16th)
  • Identify top 4 learning outcomes we need by designing for teams at Mozilla already working with existing and community leaders (Tech speakers, FSA, Open Science, Privacy Task Force, Reps) . (@emmairwin @geroter , small, Due: Sept 16th) .
  • Develop first 4 modules (@emmairwin ,large , Due: Sept 18th)
  • Test one or more modules at Open Science Leadership Summit (@emmairwin , medium , Due: Sept 23rd)
  • Test one or more modules in Vancouver via collaboration with education community there. (@emmairwin , large , Due: Sept 30th) NOTE: Still researching if this will be possible with community there.
  • Check in and Feedback Meeting - (@emmairwin @geroter , small, Due: Sept 25th)
  • Run first online workshop with one or more modules. (@emmairwin ,large , Due: Sept 27th)
  • Run second online workshop with one or more modules (@emmairwin ,large , Due: Sept 27th)
  • Nice to Have Run third online workshop with one or more modules (@emmairwin , small , Due: Sept 27th)
  • Based on feedback improve the first four modules, and post to Education Portal (@emmairwin , small , Due: Sept 30th)
  • Wrap Up Call
  • Write Summary Blog Post (@emmairwin , small , Sept: Aug 30th)

Volunteer Opportunities

#145 - Workshop Co-pilot
#144 - Curriculum QA

This heartbeat task is all about developing, testing and improving curriculum developed for the Participation Leadership Framework. Here are supporting volunteer tasks:

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@emmairwin the description is ending with " Here are supporting volunteer tasks: " and blank..
There are none or not yet?

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ioana-chiorean commented Sep 14, 2015

@emmairwin the description is ending with " Here are supporting volunteer tasks: " and blank..
There are none or not yet?

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Hi @ioana-chiorean - sorry definitely a placeholder just wrapping up the last ones, and will have created these by end of day.

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emmairwin commented Sep 14, 2015

Hi @ioana-chiorean - sorry definitely a placeholder just wrapping up the last ones, and will have created these by end of day.

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5 Themes (and current workshop titles to support them)

  • Community Building/Participation Design Workshop Name: "Supercharging your Community (Building and Activating), based on Open Science Leadership".
  • Building a reputation, understanding where you fit, and can go. Workshop name: A Bold Leap - Building your Mozilla Community Credentials"" ( Empowering Teams & People), based on Tech Speakers leadership needs.
  • Six Degrees of Mozilla - Understanding our Networks of Action
  • Finding your talent, and specializing for impact Workshop name: "Find your Mozilla Superpower (essential Mozilla, self leadership), based on FSA leadership"
  • Working Open Workshop name: "Open is an Attitude" (working open)

3 More Pending, though won't make it this heartbeat.

Breaking and Building Barriers - Proposing Particiaption
Building Bridges - Based on Makerfaire Education & Hive collaboration in Vancouver
Something for tech women

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emmairwin commented Sep 22, 2015

5 Themes (and current workshop titles to support them)

  • Community Building/Participation Design Workshop Name: "Supercharging your Community (Building and Activating), based on Open Science Leadership".
  • Building a reputation, understanding where you fit, and can go. Workshop name: A Bold Leap - Building your Mozilla Community Credentials"" ( Empowering Teams & People), based on Tech Speakers leadership needs.
  • Six Degrees of Mozilla - Understanding our Networks of Action
  • Finding your talent, and specializing for impact Workshop name: "Find your Mozilla Superpower (essential Mozilla, self leadership), based on FSA leadership"
  • Working Open Workshop name: "Open is an Attitude" (working open)

3 More Pending, though won't make it this heartbeat.

Breaking and Building Barriers - Proposing Particiaption
Building Bridges - Based on Makerfaire Education & Hive collaboration in Vancouver
Something for tech women

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Not going to blog about the results at this point, draft versions of workshops are in the repo above, I know I need to make these clearer for editors and will be thinking about that. Will present outcome in the Demo in Athens

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emmairwin commented Sep 30, 2015

Not going to blog about the results at this point, draft versions of workshops are in the repo above, I know I need to make these clearer for editors and will be thinking about that. Will present outcome in the Demo in Athens

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