Add your ideas for a p2pu hosted OPEN EDUCATION WEEK session
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- P2PU: Peer Learning Fueled by Open Content
- Panel-Philipp Schmidt, Karen Fasimpaur, Vanessa Gennarelli, Maria Droujkova, Alan Webb
- Local Event
- Peer to Peer University is going to be hosting a local learning event for people who want to create "Learning Challenges" on the p2pu.org platform. The event will take place at 2pm on March 9th. (time & location has to be confirmed based on the availability of our host see here for details: http://www.meetup.com/p2pu/London-GB/629552/). To learn more about P2PU challenges you can watch this video. http://vimeo.com/35155365
- Groups to reach out to:
- Coding for Kids
- Virtual Tour
- We will cover our student group Trisfera, and the event we're organizing this summer: the Trisfera Summer Camp. In this event we're teaching web development for free in Panama City, Panama.
- Pre-recorded presentation
- We'll lead educators & learners through P2PU's DIY U course based on Anya Kamenetz's Edupunk's Guide! This course is designed to help people build a solid and empowering personal learning plan - the first step towards a successful DIY education.
- Virtual Tour of Citizen Circles
- We will provide a brief virtual tour of the Citizen Circle learning format- a way to help professionals and students self-organize learning groups around their interests, skills, and passions on topics like Systems Dynamics, Strengthening Personal Resilience, and Conflict Transformation. We will showcase specific Citizen Circles and what we have learned from our work organizing them with Hub DC and Tulane, including organizing techniques (e.g. launch parties / workshops every 3-4 months) and open resources we'd like to share with groups that wants to start on their own and join the ongoing experiment with us.
- We will host this on our website/server and provide a link to a URL http://www.youtube.com/user/CitizenCircles?feature=mhee
- Local Event
- Over the last year, Hub DC has been organizing Citizen Circles- a way to help professionals and students self-organize learning groups around their interests, skills, and passions- on topics like Systems Dynamics, Strengthening Personal Resilience, and Conflict Transformation. Hub DC is now teaming up with the P2PU School of Social Innovation to run a "multi-local" course on Design Thinking for Social Innovators starting in late March, 2012. We will be experimenting not only with new curriculum that is open source, co-designed by peers, and designed to be flexible, but also with a new course format that is global, local, and peer-led in small groups. Over the next month, we are enlisting members of the Design Thinking Citizen Circle that formed in the Fall of 2011 in Washington DC, and members of other Hubs internationally, to co-design an open source curriculum for using a design thinking mindset and toolkit to solve problems in their communities. The curriculum will be used by other participating groups internationally, who will be meeting physically, simultaneously, in other Hubs around the world. This "course" will be open for other groups to join as well, wherever they can meet, who will be welcome to follow the plan we design, or else remix it for their own local context. We are excited to announce and invite other groups to join this us in creating and running this new course through a broadcast event during Open Education Week.
- Webinar (Spanish)
- "Comuversidad": educación entre comunidades abiertas e instituciones formales
- Virtual Tour
- Math Future Network, founded in 2009, connects hundreds of community and project leaders in mathematics education. During the webinar, we will discuss building a diverse "community of communities" supporting educators, tools we use, and lessons we learned.