A WikiBuddy (Green) has acquired the skills to become an active member of our peer-based, development community. A WikiBuddy pairs with other WikiEducators to provide help and support using our communication tools and educational elements in the wiki.
Welcome aboard! For less than a full day's work (5 to 6 hours), you can acquire the skills you need to share your knowledge and build educational content resources the wiki way.
||Outputs for community certification
- Pre-requisite skills: - WikiApprentice Levels 1 & 2
- Use of communication tools and educational layout features, including:
- Using recent changes and history information
- Reverting an edit
- Use of the WikiEducator mailing list
- Leaving a message for a WikiEducator user in WikiEducator
- Providing feedback or comments on a WikiEducator content page
- Inserting a pedagogical template
(2.5-hour face-to-face workshop, online workshop over 3 working days or self study)
- Mastery of WikiApprentice Level 2
- User page to include at least 1 pedagogical template
- History of user page must show a revert of a "planned" mistake
- User contributions must show both a comment left on one of WikiEducator's content pages as well as a personal message posted to an active WikiEducator user.
- Introduce yourself to at least two WikiEducators by leaving a message on the relevant talk page - consider adding the WikiNeighbour template to your user page.
- Developed one lesson or content resource for WikiEducator (between 30 and 60 minutes of student learning time)
- Monitor & Track WikiEducator's Recent Changes page for opportunities for collaborative editing - in line with active pages (or projects) of interest to you
- Provided evidence of demonstrating WikiEducator to a friend showing how it works.
|| Work in progress, expect frequent changes. Help and feedback is welcome. See discussion page.