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Review Module 1 - Open is a Noun a Verb an Attitude! #20

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emmairwin opened this Issue Aug 16, 2017 · 6 comments

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emmairwin commented Aug 16, 2017

Please review module information, learning outcomes and proposed resources and complete feedback checklist (listed at bottom).

Module - Open is a Noun a Verb an Attitude!

This module helps learners understand the ecosystem and attributes of ‘open’, why it matters, and what it isn’t by providing an overview of open source, and why contribution can be a valuable career move that also helps save the world.

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Links are content suggestions, whole or in part

ASSESSMENT (one of):

Review Checklist:

Open on a meta level to links, resources that already exist on this topic broadly, or specific to modules! Thanks.

  • Review title & description - provide feedback, if any.
  • Review learning outcomes - do these seem right? What would you change/add/remove?
  • Review proposed content (under each learning outcome). What additional resources would you suggest we consider?
  • Review assessment list - provide feedback, suggestions for other criteria.
  • Leave comments in this issue or email Emma eirwin at mozilla.com

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About that topic I written in the past 2 articles about my personal experience:

Mte90 commented Aug 16, 2017

About that topic I written in the past 2 articles about my personal experience:

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jgmac1106 Aug 31, 2017

I can help work on the objectives. In the future I would hold off on writing assessment strategies until you decide on what exactly you want to measure.

Understanding the Open and open source has decent objectives: http://foss2serve.org/index.php/Understanding_the_Open_in_OpenSource_Activity though they are rather low level and not too production based but that makes sense for an intro module that should not be too time consuming.

As a useful resource you may want to look at the Depth of Knowledge chart.

jgmac1106 commented Aug 31, 2017

I can help work on the objectives. In the future I would hold off on writing assessment strategies until you decide on what exactly you want to measure.

Understanding the Open and open source has decent objectives: http://foss2serve.org/index.php/Understanding_the_Open_in_OpenSource_Activity though they are rather low level and not too production based but that makes sense for an intro module that should not be too time consuming.

As a useful resource you may want to look at the Depth of Knowledge chart.

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  • Identify common elements of open source projects.
  • Describe how elements of open source are reflected in projects that inspires you.
  • Create a shareable summary of an open source project you want to develop.

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Objective One could be a quiz or the objective could be combined with second objective.
Objective Two could be an open item response or a blog post.
Objective Three could be something to share on social media or within networks.

While I get folks want to embrace "objectivity" and the efficacy of multiple choice but I encourage you to make the assessments as production based as possible. Let your teaching tools be the best recruiter out there.

jgmac1106 commented Aug 31, 2017

  • Identify common elements of open source projects.
  • Describe how elements of open source are reflected in projects that inspires you.
  • Create a shareable summary of an open source project you want to develop.

Assessments

Objective One could be a quiz or the objective could be combined with second objective.
Objective Two could be an open item response or a blog post.
Objective Three could be something to share on social media or within networks.

While I get folks want to embrace "objectivity" and the efficacy of multiple choice but I encourage you to make the assessments as production based as possible. Let your teaching tools be the best recruiter out there.

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@jgmac1106 super, super helpful, will share a draft here to see if it reflects properly what you have proposed.

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emmairwin commented Sep 8, 2017

@jgmac1106 super, super helpful, will share a draft here to see if it reflects properly what you have proposed.

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Have updated doc with feedback here, closing issue for now. Thank you !

https://docs.google.com/document/d/18wnqY_-1vqq7PfzLJvAAIudFVo6PbhZhXxB9pEpQsOs/edit#

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emmairwin commented Sep 18, 2017

Have updated doc with feedback here, closing issue for now. Thank you !

https://docs.google.com/document/d/18wnqY_-1vqq7PfzLJvAAIudFVo6PbhZhXxB9pEpQsOs/edit#

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