What drivers and signals can we draw from our investigations to give shape to possible worlds, its potentials, and liabilities? What alternative worlds best highlight open questions about designing for webmaker learning?
- Discuss Mozilla questions and answers. Add your reflections and ideas on today’s etherpad (hop on)
- World Name Game
- Jot down as many world names with 1 sentence tag (5 minutes)
- Share: Can the Mozilla discussion help us to pinpoint specific worlds that need to be investigated?
- Signals Scramble: Brainstorm Signals onto cards + Find Trends
- Share: Do they/How do they map onto the worlds?
- Questions on Scenario Design
- Synthesis of scenario planning, learning from future worlds, and design fiction
- Make: Teaming Up to Flesh Out Future Worlds
- Form groups and identify whether a community or product intervention.
- Round Robin: State (1) More interested in community or product intervention, (2) Top 2 worlds of interest
- Iterate on underlying question and world – identifying the driver(s), signal(s) and potential artifact(s)
- Share: Where are the sites/community of learning (e.g. ind, home, school, etc)
Ways of Contributing to Thinking:
Video Thoughts: Gateways to Teaching & Learning
Twitter Code Class
- As a group build out your alternate world by exploring the social, material and technological implications of your future. You should explore: a) personas that focus on different people’s motivations for webmaking and b) grounded scenarios that focus on use cases that explore how new technologies, experiences, resources might shape learning to be a webmaker in these worlds.
- Ideas for engaging your peer community
- Readings posted under “Conversations“