Dear Sebastian and Balqis,
We will be formally starting eL4C53 on 6/6/12.
The game rules :)
- As of today, we have 3 facilitators and 83 participants (http://wikieducator.org/Learning4Content/Workshops/eL4C53/Participants ), perhaps, it is a good number for three of us to handle based on the availability of time. Let us split the participants into three groups – 28, 28 and 27.
- The learning activities of each group will be primarily guided by one facilitator – we may call ‘Mentor-facilitator’
- If agreed, the Mentor-facilitator for the group 1 (Sl Nos 1 to 28) will be Sebastian, Mentor-facilitator for group 2 (Sl Nos 29 to 56) will be Balqis and I will be the Mentor-facilitator for remaining 27 plus late registrations, if any, happen during the workshop.
- Jim is doing wonderful value additions using moodle http://moodle.wikieducator.org/login/index.php . He helps us to export all registrations to the wikieducator moodle site. For eL4C we are supposed to use moodle only to send brief daily instructions.
- Mentor-facilitators will guide their group of learners to practice wiki skills as per the daily schedule at http://wikieducator.org/Learning4Content/Workshops/eL4C53/Workshop_schedule . Guidance can be given through comments on their user page, email etc.
- Our objective is to guide the learners to practice wiki skills necessary for Apprentice Level 1 and 2 certifications. http://wikieducator.org/WikiMaster/WikiApprentice_Level_2
- Apart from guiding her/his learners group, each facilitator would also occasionally peep into the user pages of the other groups and provide support.
Desired minimum outputs: Learners are expected to create:
- A user page that reasonably introduces the user
- ‘My sandbox’ page with formatted content and images
We may also use this event to experiment innovative online mentoring styles, observe the response of learners etc with WOLA in mind.
Anil Prasad 15:03, 3 June 2012 (UTC)