Learning patterns/Problem solving for education programs
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Problem solving for education programs
problemProblems may come up when using Wikimedia in education.
solutionBe aware of solutions to common problems so you can ‘salvage the moment’ if something goes wrong.
creator• KHarold (WMF)
created on18 December, 2014
What problem does this solve?Edit
Program leaders and educators may run into a variety of difficulties when they are teaching students how to contribute to Wikimedia projects. Be prepared to prevent or resolve conflicts with the Wikimedia community, improve quality of student work and manage connectivity in your education program.
What is the solution?Edit
These learning patterns include best practices that educators and program leaders are strongly encouraged to follow to prevent problems from occuring. Also included are strategies for resolving disputes.
Working constructively with the Wikimedia communityEdit
How to build positive relationships with the Wikimedia community. Student work is getting deleted:
- Get the community involved early
- Make it easy to identify student editors
- Help students and educators understand rules and community norms
- Pay close attention to local standards for notability
- Manage disputes in a constructive way
Quality of student contributionsEdit
How to resolve problems with the quality of student work.
- You are seeing many copyright violations or cut and paste issues in student work.
- Students are making many mistakes with wiki markup or formatting.
- Student contributions are poorly written.
Connectivity in the classroomEdit
How to make sure students are able to access Wikimedia projects.
- Common internet connectivity issues
- Work around school filters --learning pattern needed--
- How to use Wikimedia in the classroom with limited electricity or equipment --learning pattern needed--
- Using Kiwix in the classroom --learning pattern needed--
When to useEdit
- i believe no child should be left behind 126.96.36.199 10:36, 21 September 2015 (UTC)