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Review Module 5 - Stepping into a project (Technical Skills) #24

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emmairwin opened this Issue Aug 16, 2017 · 2 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).

  • Links are content suggestions, whole or in part

Module - Stepping into a project (Technical Skills)

This module will provide some key technical challenges for basic participation in open source contributing to a Github repository issue queue, codebase and wiki.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

  • Using the command line (Mac, Windows, Linux)
    • Terminal, creating making saving, permissions, ssh
  • Github (cloning, forking, committing, pushing etc)
    • Try Github.io , Github UI
    • 2 step authentication
  • Common Communication Tools
    • IRC, Slack-like alts, Telegram, Mailing lists

ASSESSMENT (one of):

  • Quiz in Teachable
  • First Pull request in a cohort Repo (introduce yourself,maybe use thimble project code etc)

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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jgmac1106 Sep 1, 2017

Again I would see this as one module with three lessons. I would separate the three objectives into their own lessons each with objectives and assessment. The module could end with an overall performance task...The PR or choosing a First Bug, etc.

jgmac1106 commented Sep 1, 2017

Again I would see this as one module with three lessons. I would separate the three objectives into their own lessons each with objectives and assessment. The module could end with an overall performance task...The PR or choosing a First Bug, etc.

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