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Deniz Alpay Accepted a new goal: Challenge for Test in Loft UX Design Team
2 years, 10 months ago
Olivier Schrauwen Accepted a new goal: Write white paper in Loft Team
3 years, 1 month ago
Matt Easterday Accepted a new goal: Write white paper in Citizen's Assembly
3 years, 3 months ago
Matthew Harris Accepted a new goal: Product Ad Project Value Proposition in DFA: Leadership Guide
3 years, 6 months ago
Matt Easterday Approved a challenge: Test with Expert
3 years, 6 months ago
Matt Easterday Approved a challenge: Test with Learners
3 years, 6 months ago
Matt Easterday Approved a challenge: Deliverable (Lesson/Prototype) 3
3 years, 6 months ago
Matt Easterday Approved a challenge: Client midpoint evaluation
3 years, 6 months ago
Matt Easterday Approved a challenge: Agile: Final team evaluation
3 years, 6 months ago
Matt Easterday Approved a challenge: Agile: Sprint planning
3 years, 6 months ago
Matt Easterday Approved a challenge: Agile: Sprint retrospectives
3 years, 6 months ago
Matt Easterday Approved a challenge: Agile: Sprint planning
3 years, 6 months ago
Matt Easterday Approved a challenge: Agile: Sprint planning
3 years, 6 months ago
Matt Easterday Approved a challenge: Agile: Sprint retrospectives
3 years, 6 months ago
Matt Easterday Approved a challenge: Agile: Stands
3 years, 6 months ago
Matt Easterday Approved a challenge: Agile: Master story list
3 years, 6 months ago
Caroline Troncelliti Accepted a new goal: Agile: Sprint retrospectives in DFA: Leadership Guide
3 years, 6 months ago
Caroline Troncelliti Accepted a new goal: Agile: Sprint planning in DFA: Leadership Guide
3 years, 6 months ago
Caroline Troncelliti Accepted a new goal: Agile: Master story list in DFA: Leadership Guide
3 years, 6 months ago
Caroline Troncelliti Accepted a new goal: Agile: Stands in DFA: Leadership Guide
3 years, 6 months ago
Caroline Troncelliti Accepted a new goal: Technical spike: Service blueprint in DFA: Leadership Guide
3 years, 6 months ago

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Current syllabus

Loft user guide

=========== WEEK 1 ============

------------------- Session 1 (Mar 30) --------------

First day of class!

------------------- Session 2 (April 1) ---------------

Readings due

Project Due:


=========== WEEK 2 ===========

------------------- Session 3 (April 6) --------------

Required reading:

Reading questions (post by 8pm day before class here):

  • What is the purpose of (your) learning environment?
  • What makes a good learning task (for your learning environment)?

Project Due:

  • Contact your client and review brief.   Note that the brief template has a client agreement form you'll want them to sign.   I'll show you where to turn this in during class.

------------------- Session 4 (April 8) --------------

Required reading:

Reading questions (post by 8pm day before class on forum tab):

  • How can you promote self-directed learning in your Learning Environment?
  • (Bonus) why is self-directed learning important?
  • (Bonus) how will we promote self-directed learning in our class?



=========== WEEK 3 ===========

------------------- Session 5 (April 13) --------------

HEADS UP: WE WILL MEET IN G22 TODAY

Project Due:

  • Lesson / prototype 1 -- upload to your "Deliverable 1" challenge


------------------- Session 6 (April 15) --------------

Required reading:

Design methods - setting goals:

Design methods - supportive information:

  • 10-steps Ch. 7 - Supportive information (~28 pages)
  • Optional: 10-steps chapter 8 & 9

Design methods - expert review:

Knowledge organization:

Reading questions (post by 8pm day before class):

  • What are the goals of your learning environment?
  • What supportive information do you need to provide in your learning environment?

Project Due:

  • Revised Lesson / prototype 1 -- upload any revisions to your "Deliverable 1" challenge


=========== WEEK 4 ===========

------------------- Session 7 (April 20) --------------

Project Due:

------------------- Session 8 (April 22) --------------

Required reading:

Design method - setting assessments

Design methods - conceive

Principles - motivation

Reading questions (post by 8pm day before class):

  • How will you promote motivation in your project?


=========== WEEK 5 ===========

------------------- Session 9 (April 27) --------------

Project Due:

------------------- Session 10 (April 29) --------------

Required reading:

Design method - conceive

Principles - Mastery & Feedback

  • The progress principle (104-108)

  • How learning works Ch. 4, Mastery (91-120)

  • How learning works Ch. 5, Practice & Feedback (121-153)

Reading questions (post by 8pm day before class):

  • How promote mastery and feedback in your learning environment?



=========== WEEK 6 ===========

------------------- Session 11 (May 4) --------------

Project Due:

  • Impact map (part 1 -- do impact map for ONE learning objective/milestone)
  • Service blueprint

------------------- Session 12 (May 6) --------------

Project Due:

  • CLIENT PRESENTATION -- this will be like a critique but for your whole project.  Your clients will be invited to this

Required reading:

Principles - Prior knowledge

  • How learning works, ch. 1- Prior knowledge (10-39)

Principles - (more) Motivation

Reading questions (post by 8pm day before class):

  • How will you promote motivation (sense of progress) in your learning environment?
  • How will you take into account prior knowledge in your learning environment?


=========== WEEK 7 ===========

------------------- Session 13 (May 11) --------------

Project Due:

  • Impact map (part 1 -- revised)
  • Learner test/revise
  • Client midpoint review

------------------- Session 14 (May 13) --------------

Required reading:

Design method - test

Reading questions (post by 8pm day before class):

  • What kind of testing to you need to do for your learning environment?  What questions do you need to answer and what methods will best answer those questions?


=========== WEEK 8 ===========

------------------- Session 15 (May 18) --------------

Project Due:

  • Impact map (part 2 ) -- choose a NEW, additional objective and make an impact map for that new objective
  • Deliverable 3

------------------- Session 16 (May 20) --------------


=========== WEEK 9 ===========

-------------------  (May 25) --------------

Memorial Day

------------------- Session 17 (May 27) --------------

Project Due:

  • Deliverable 4
  • Learner/test revise


=========== WEEK 10 ===========

------------------- Session 18 (June 1) --------------

Project Due:

  • Product ad

------------------- Session 19 (June 3) --------------

Project Due:

  • Client final review
  • Team final review

CLIENT PRESENTATION

=========== FINISH LINE ===========

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Feedback on second impact map
Added to give feedback on Service Blueprint
Questions: ? Have we given the facilitators of the conference enough guidance? Is the powerpoint enough or should we create a more detailed teaching guide for them? ? Do you have any suggestions for how we can enforce the idea that the WHOLE TEAM should do STANDs together? ? Keeping in mind that it’s important for us to make sure all of our “lesson plans” are applicable to real-life DFA concerns, do you have any ideas on how to make our presentation during the conference more compelling?
Diagram of our plan to avert burnout
Feedback on Version 2 of goals document