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Charles D Peeragogy Accelerator Cycle 1 Week 5
Week 5 Homework
 
Solidifying your work plan and learning strategy together with concrete measures for ‘success’ can move the project forward significantly.
 
Activity – Distill your ideas by writing an essay, making visual sketches, or creating a short video to communicate the unique plans for organization and evaluation that your group will use. By this time, you should have identified which aspects of the project need to be refined or expanded. Dive in!
Technology – Take time to mentor others or be mentored by someone, meeting up in person or online. Pair up with someone else and share knowledge together about one or more tools. You can discuss some of the difficulties that you’ve encountered, or teach a beginner some tricks.
Deadline - 6 July 2014
 
Notes from 30 June 2014 Micro Meeting
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https://piratenpad.de/98TJIQWGWS - sharing the difficulty, no one will lead but will join if someone else leads, opportunistically seeking benefit
handbook stuff
Solidifying your work plan and learning strategy together with concrete measures for ‘success’ can move the project forward significantly.
 
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Joe Corneli
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Solidifying your work plan and learning strategy together with concrete measures for ‘success’ can move the project forward significantly.
 
Activity – Distill your ideas by writing an essay, making visual sketches, or creating a short video to communicate the unique plans for organization and evaluation that your group will use. By this time, you should have identified which aspects of the project need to be refined or expanded. Dive in!
 
Technology – Take time to mentor others or be mentored by someone, meeting up in person or online. Pair up with someone else and share knowledge together about one or more tools. You can discuss some of the difficulties that you’ve encountered, or teach a beginner some tricks.
 
Charles Danoff
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@Joe nice!
Week 5, right?
 
Joe Corneli
1:17 PM
yep
 
me
1:18 PM
Uncertainty principle
 
Charles Danoff
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Joe Corneli
1:20 PM
> Take time to mentor others or be mentored by someone, meeting up in person or online.
Crisis of departure = activated people
Self-interest helps
giving up & letting go
 
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Joe Corneli
1:22 PM
Cambridge Innovation Center
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Joe Corneli
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ipne project & coffee house concerts
focusing on one show & bringing in people with one theme
people with young kids, lead the doc with leading questions to get the conversations going - artists had friends who were musicians
 
Charles D Attendees
  • Joe Corneli
  • Charlie Danoff
  • List Snow MacDonald
 
General Notes
Joe C
  • Mindful of the patterns that work.
Charles D
  • Study: People who are encouraged to journal after a break up feel worse, people who just take track of what they did in the following days 
Joe C
  • Taking advantage of the situation that you're in instead of moaning about how you'd want to change things.
  • Time spent trying to deconstruct why people
 
  • Issue publication date pushed back to 14 July 2014
  • All participants have done their homework now Charlie needs to organize and give back feedback
 
IPNE
  • New board member
  • Finished important agenda for upcoming meeting
  • Cambridge Innovation Center
Joe C
  • Doc = here I am and she started working on it.
  • 10 minutes to make a plan.
 
Charles D Planet Math
 
The Peeragogy Handbook
  • What is our next goal?
  • Doesn't need to be our only reason for living, but it is our beacon/logo
...
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few interested people*
are still tuned in, but if the project is going to be successful at this point, it will need a "Third Wave". 
 
Joe C Note: Future of Peeragogy (for UP inclusion) - needs edit
In some ways it really is somewhat shocking that peeragogy (respectively, paragogy) isn't a quite a bit more popular!  At its most basic level, it's about people learning together.  OK, that aspect is certainly popular enough :-)  The unique aspect of what we're doing in the project is to try and build
and share approaches, practices, and theories that make the basic level work
better.  Analysing the learning landscape (like Charlie and Joe did
at P2PU) and coming up with useful ideas and interventions on various
scales is something that comes naturally to us - and we hope to work with anyone who is interested in that!
 
We recognize that if our "outreach" message is: "come help us edit the Peeragogy Handbook," then that's not going to be very compelling for very many people.  We're much more interested in a message that says "come help us build a real, functioning, free/libre/open university where people can get college credit."  In short, "Let's apply the ideas from Wikipedia and Linux to education!"
 
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Identify the chanllenge and 
 
 
 
We've  done a good job with outreach and planning for the individual projects  and as a result, UP, PeerPubU, and PlanetMath are all moving along.  But  the Peeragogy version is perhaps a bit unclear -- anyway, Charlotte Pierce suggested we should work on clarity of message.  The state-of-the-art is probably represented by our Peeragogy Manifesto: https://titanpad.com/peeragogymanifesto  -- maybe one thing we should do is revise that and circulate it more  widely (e.g. we could put it into the 'zine, but also we could send it  to some notable figures).  I've copied the text in below and am changing  the title to Peeragogy Letter.  Let's start thinking about who we can  send it to.
 
Activity   – Write an invitation to someone who can help as a co-facilitator on   your project. Clarify what you hope to learn from them and what your   project has to offer.  Helpful questions to consider as you think about   who to invite: What  resources are available or missing? What do you   already have that you can build on?  How will you find the necessary   resources? Who else is  interested in these kinds of challenges? Go   through the these questions  again when you have a small group, and  come  up with a list of more  people you’d like to invite or consult  with as  the project progresses.
 
Technology   – Identify tools  that could potentially be useful during the project,   even if it’s new to  you. Start learning how to use them. Connect with   people in other  locales who share similar interests or know the tools.
 
Suggested resources – The Peeragogy Handbook, parts V (‘Convening a Group’) and VI (‘Organizing a Learning Context’).
 
Recommended Reading   – Schmidt,  J. Philipp. (2009). Commons-Based Peer Production and   education. Free Culture Research Workshop Harvard University, 23  October  2009.
 
Observations from the Peeragogy project    – We used a strategy of “open enrollment.” New people were welcome to  join the project at any time. We also encouraged people to either stay    involved or withdraw; several times over the first year, we required    participants to explicitly reaffirm interest in order to stay   registered  in the forum and mailing list.
 
 
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December - Publish the next issue and hold another successful release party at a Chicago event space that we have the funds to pay to rent out and have that event generate a profit.
 
Charles D OUTREACH (Chicago Organizations to connect w/or interview)
  • badatsports.com
 
 
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Joe C
  • perhaps an interesting read - it's about self-publishing... IPNE has real life opportunities ... people can meet for coffee etc, field trips, etc.  A lot of the members of IPNE / Metro Boston don't have a clue that the peer effort is being mounted on their behalf.
 
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Week 3 Homework
 
Dorotea
  • Thanks
Joe C
  • Welcome!
 
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Joe C Review Questions
Charles D Week 2 Peeragogical Action Review
 
 
  1. Review what was supposed to happen.
  • Jim - statistician at UC Berkeley
  • Ray - 
  • Is there a "place" - 
  • E.g. IPNE, forum 
  • IPNE
  •  We've had a bunch of board members resign shortly after elected... 
  • Charlotte has assumed co-presidency!  
Charles D
  • peeragogy patterns will be important for working together
Joe C
  • Trying to explain what the benefits are so that newcomers understand what the point is. 
  • Peers/People need to have to have a visible benefit if they are going to participate
Charles D
  • simple, accurate communications
  • visible board benefits
  • lively roster of activities
  • big lead time on stuff
  • consistent message
  • Publication opportunities for the June issue, send something based on what we've been doing here by Sunday the 15th
  • Weeks 1-2 write up on your projects!
Charles D
  • Hold Petite Soirée № 17 to promote the "Peeragogy Accelerator" issue to be published at the end of June
  1. Establish what is happening. 
  • PlanetMath:
  • IPNE:
  • Charlotte drafted a co-president
  • She knows that they work well together
  • Uncertainty Principle
Joe C
  • Other:
  • Kurt says - since we're talking "patterns" how about an On-Ramp pattern?
  • It's interesting that the software people have taken this up and that you can get things done with them - they are a lot like recipes, although there's a built-in invitation to come in and use it as a group learning process
  • How many people would get behind this to form something as a group?  What you need would be a group of people who would be moved to commitment and action.  If you start out with 100 people, you might get 10 groups of 10
  • Not practical to try to get everyone to agree on one thing.  If it doesn't work, just fork
  1. Determine what’s right and wrong with what we are doing.
  • PlanetMath:
  • IPNE:
  • People tend to drive each other nuts, e.g. because they have lots of brainstorms that are hard for others to follow
  • Uncertainty Principle
Charles D
  • Release party occurred, could've given more time to PR the Accelerator
Joe C
  • Other:
  1. What  did we learn or change?
  • Peeragogy
  • Need to articulate what the benefit is better
  • Clear communications for everyone
  • lots of lead time
  • consistent benefits
  • PlanetMath:
  • IPNE:
  • Uncertainty Principle
Charles D
  • Learned that there is good interest in The UP (over 20 people attended release party)
Joe C
  • Other:
  1. What else should we change going forward?
  • PlanetMath:
  • IPNE:
  • Know what you're trying to accomplish and know why the organization is relevant
  • e.g. video doesn't work for IPNE members, gone back to phone conferencing - people are familiar with this
  • Hangouts in Real Life are a good alternative - regional metro Boston - VT Mafia, Champaign Publishing initiative in Burlington
  • Uncertainty Principle
Charles D
  • Need to follow-up more consistently with people interested in the UP and publish more regularly
  • Choose date for next event sooner rather than later
Joe C
  • Other:
  • Kurt: "It's right now" 
  • Because I see everything you post and it's high quality and it adds up over months!
 
Charles D 15 June 2014 - Deadline for Week 2 Peeragogy Accelerator submission 
editor@theuncertaintyprinciple.biz
 
Joe C Activity  – Come up with a plan  for your work and an agreement, or informal  contract, for your group.  You can use the suggestions in this guide as a  starting point, but your  first task is to revise the plan to suit your  needs. It might be helpful  to ask: What are you interested in  learning? What is your primary  intended outcome? What problem do you  hope to solve?  How collaborative  does your project need to be? How  will the participants’ expertise in  the topic vary? What sort of  support will you and other participants  require? What problems won’t  you solve?
 
 
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(1) Review what was supposed to happen. (2) Establish what is happening. (3) Determine what’s right and wrong with what we are doing. (4) What did we learn or change? (5) What else should we change going forward?
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me
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Hi Kurt!
He's a FIT man...
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