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Joe Corneli
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starting to write a Peeragogy Charter

+Matthew Herschler +Doug Breitbart +Dorotea Mar 
+Fabrizio Terzi +Natalie Hunter +John Graves +Gigi Johnson +Bryan Alexander +Howard Rheingold ... and other peeragogues near and far.  This is in very early stages, but I wanted to make you aware of the effort.
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Peeragogy Charter - DraftPaola Ricaurte Quijano http://medialab-prado.es Charlotte Pierce Org. like coop for profit? Madison WI grants for coops Michel Bauwens - show up again? Berkman Joe Corneli EFL settings: people are really good at giving workshops Danial Golman (sp?) ~~ social emotional intelligence getting kids
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Joe Corneli
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(I share this because it's a good intro to the way I've been thinking about applying peeragogy in an artificial intelligence setting.) 

The video to accompany "Implementing feedback in creative systems: a workshop approach", by Joseph Corneli and Anna Jordanous http://iiia.csic.es/ainf15/http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1407/ ... It's being screened in Buenos Aires just as I post it here, but internet connectivity at the venue is not  great.  As the workshop organizers requested, I sent an offline-friendly copy of the video to them in advance!   Tech note: I used youtube-dl on Ubuntu to download the HOA.
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Questions shared after the talk: (1) Why would creative writers want computers participating in their discussions, and (2) When you talk about computers talking about creative writing, isn't there a hidden assumption that the computer needs to be able to understand lots of things about text?

My answers: (1) Well, this proposal is really about building places for computers to talk with each other, rather than talk with humans.  Alan Turing suggested that "computers should be able to talk with each other to sharpen their wits" -- and they currently can, in domains like Chess and Go (which he predicted) but not in humanities subjects like poetry and music, although there are creative computational systems that make poetry and music.  So, the proposal in this paper is a bit of an "inverse" of many other papers in the "AI and Feedback" workshop in this regard.   (2) I wouldn't like for this assumption to be hidden, it should be made very explicit.  However, we're also positioning the model as something that would be useful for talking about whatever kind of computational objects are accessible to the systems currently.  For example, in the current work with FloWr that I showed briefly, although FloWr can create things we could call "poems", its native data structures are flowcharts (although we didn't show a picture of one of these flowcharts in the slides).  Right now, we're working on filling in the steps for the system to be able to talk about these flowcharts.  There are still lots of rules about how the modules fit together, and these have to be made explicit -- but there are less rules than there are for how we fit words and phrases together.
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Charlotte Pierce
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Parking this here to take a better look at it later, but it looks interesting at first glance.
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Scaffolded Social Learning by +Julian Stodd#SocialAge

"Scaffolded Social Learning is built around two types of components: formal elements (‘boxes‘) and ‘bubbles‘ of social."

"So what are we trying to achieve? It’s about creating meaning: in the Social Age, knowledge is no longer enough, instead, our ability to create meaning is what counts. In the formal spaces, we are rehearsing, sharing, narrating our progress. In the bubbles, we are co-creating and ‘sense making‘. The ‘sense making’ function of communities sits at the heart of Social Learning."

"Under a scaffolded Social Learning approach, we are finding ways to let learners create meaning and share it, within their own reality: the story you build will be different from the one i build, we will use different language, but still within an overall structure that is shared."

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Read the full post at: https://julianstodd.wordpress.com/2014/11/05/scaffolded-social-learning/

Also follow +SeaSalt Learning

#learning #sociallearning #sensemaking

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Natalie Hunter

Introduce yourself  - 
 
Hi Im Nat,
I organise a group in my local area that is part of a wider international community of a specific performance art.
Our international groups all run independently and I have no formal qualification or experience in my given art - so organising 30 people a month is proving really difficult!
Joe has been helping me to unpack Peeragogy and put it in to practice in my local area!  And it has worked with overwhelming success and a few discoveries along the way :D  Not only have I been able to gain success with our local group, focussing their attention on the ways theyre learning and who is teaching - but I have discovered that I can in fact, add to the discussions of Peeragogy. 
So, while I am learning peeragogy and discorvering how I can contribute more.  Peeragogy is helping me to understand and navigate the group that I organise and belong to.
Thank you.

PS.  I have lots of bookmarks of broken links :)
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If you point out questions and problems that come up in your "peeragogical journey" that will be super helpful.  Any question or idea is a good one around here.  We're also very open to new chapters and case studies, if you would like to write something like that.  Anyway - welcome.  +Peeragogy Handbook (often managed by +Charlotte Pierce) coordinates live meetings, where a lot of our activity and peer support happens, so drop a note there if you'd like to be updated about those.  I know that timezones being what they are, we might need to plan a bit further ahead to bring you in.
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Joe Corneli
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Grab Bag  - 
 
vintage stuff
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Peeragogy Accelerator Presentation (OER14)The Peeragogy Accelerator “Be The Learning” Building
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Joe Corneli
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Create Visuals  - 
 
c/o +Paola Ricaurte Quijano, this is an image from Elinor Ostrom's paper on "Revising theory in light of experimental findings".  Basically, some experimental results showed that people had higher levels of cooperation than conventional economics predicts they would.  So this led Ostrom to wonder, what is the broader context that is influencing the preferences and actions of these people?  Why are they not "just" maximising short-term benefits, as they're expected to do?

And going further: What causes them to develop trust, in the cases in which they do develop trust?  Because that seems to be part of the cooperative mindset.

Instead of asking what “the” government should do, assuming that external actors will make wise decisions and implement them effectively, this perspective leads the analyst to inquire how individuals facing social dilemmas can gain trust that others are trustworthy reciprocators and that a cooperator will not be a sucker who contributes while others continue to free ride.

+David Amerland remarked on "Our ever evolving understanding of a person's competance, benevolence and ability to deviler on a stated promise" (https://plus.google.com/u/0/+DavidAmerland/posts/QkoWA954Fja).

... and I think that has a lot to do with it.  At the beginning, we typically won't have 100% realistic expectations, but as time goes by we learn more about each other and learn what to expect.

Ostrom's view (from the paper) is that

Sustainable use of resources relates to the confidence that users have that the rules relating to who can use, when, how, and where are actually followed.
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In Creativity Inc., Ed Catmull cautions against the catch-phrase "Trust the Process".

"It gave us solace, which we felt we needed.  But it also coaxed us into letting down our guard and, in the end, made us passive.  Even worse, it made us sloppy."

He says:

"We should trust people... not processes.   The error we'd made was forgetting that 'the process' has no agenda and doesn't have taste.  It is just a tool -- a framework.  We needed to take more responsibility and ownership of our own work, our need for self-discipline, and our goals."

Here, I don't think he's talking about trusting people blindly... the bigger point is that "the process" can be like "the government" in the first quote from Ostrom above.
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Joe Corneli
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More pictures, the first from our paper-in-progress for PLoP15, the second from "Beyond rational design patterns" from EuroPLoP14.  My sense is that these could be superimposed one on top of the other -- i.e.

 Cooperate ~ Rational explicit action
 Assess ~ Potential action
 Convene ~ Performative tacit action
 Organize ~ Actual being

However, for simplicity I am not planning to alter the figure on the left for the current paper... unless others really think it would be good to change it.
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Just to say, I think cooperation is a great word, and a great subject—what goes into humans cooperating says a lot about us. 
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#opensource   #school  Not sure the details of this, but I know they are looking to raise money through a peer business support organization called valley ventures which may be expanding out of Springfield, Ma.. 
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+David Preston Open Source High is an online school where students are the teachers. The process is simple: students create video lessons, give each other feedback, and vote for the best videos topic-by-topic. Our vision is to have a perpetually evolving video database covering every topic in a high school curriculum.
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Charlotte Pierce
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Live sessions  - 
 
Today's session was live streamed, and is available on the +BerkmanCenter​​ website. Very policy focused, but an interesting and important discussion. Peeragogues +Karen Einstein​ and +Charlotte Pierce​ attended.
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Joe Corneli
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+Matthew Herschler these pictures from  the paper Making sense of a blend: A cognitive-semiotic approach to metaphor reminded me of your drawings.  The one with two figures talking in the "situation" especially -- they are making meanings together -- only with regard to a wider context that they find themselves in.  The other schematic gives some details.  The third one talks about "help" and "harm" which is something you brought up, with regard to watching out for threats.
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you got me ruminating... 
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What does any group of peers, or self-learners, need to know in order to self-organize learning about any topic? The answers are in our Peeragogy Handbook (peeragogy.org) a volunteer-created and maintained resource that individuals can use to bootstrap peer learning and peer educational projects. "Peeragogy in Action" is devoted to improving the handbook -- and helping YOU develop and apply successful peer learning techniques. Welcome! #peeragogy #edtech #education #connectivism #edutech #onlinelearning
http://peeragogy.org/peeragogy-in-action/

Joe Corneli
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Peeragogy Elsewhere  - 
 
Dan Sofer founded F&C almost by chance. Having worked for years as a developer on numerous major websites, including the Guardian’s in the late 90s, he found himself at a loose end and began enrolling in Moocs (massive open online courses) to sharpen his coding skills. Finding the solitary learning experience uninspiring, he began arranging casual meet-ups with fellow students, and these quickly snowballed into a series of popular workshops, from matrix algebra to game theory.
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It’s the must-have skill-set of the 21st century, yet the barriers to learning can be high. Now a movement of pioneering coders is challenging the stereotype by offering free training for all
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Charlotte Pierce
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Interesting example of peer review.
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NonCommercial.   Here's a quote from Eric Raymond about it:

I speak as founder and President Emeritus of the Open Source Initiative. The NC option in Creative Commons has always been a bad idea and should be removed.

The reasons it should be removed have nothing to do with any of the deep philosophico/political positions usually argued in the debate, and everything to do with the fact that there is no bright-line legal test for “commercial activity”. This ill-definedness is reflected in community debates about whether commercial means “cash transactions” or “for profit”, and it is the exact reason the Open Source Definition forbids open-source software licenses from having such restrictions.

The founding board of OSI, after studying the possibility, judged that an “NC” option in open-source licensing would create too much confusion about rights and restrictions, too many chilling effects on behaviors we did not want to discourage, and too many openings for vexatious litigation. What is only a source of contention within our community could prove very damaging to it if unsympathetic courts were to make even mildly adverse rulings.

I have seem no reason to change that judgment, and I think it applies with equal force to Creative Commons. The NC option is a dangerous trap and should be removed.
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Joe Corneli
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Peeragogy Elsewhere  - 
 
Let's show the world how sharing can be good for business.
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Joe Corneli
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MOOCs have recently flourished as a new way to bring education to large numbers of people at affordable cost. However most MOOCs so far rely on rigid structured instruction based on prior lesson plans. Can we also develop MOOCs that follow the paradigm of open-ended, student-centered learning? This requires (i) a challenging environment and tools in which students can learn how to solve problems without a rigid prior lesson plan, (ii) ways in which to orchestrate peer-to-peer social feedback between students, and (iii) mechanisms fostering motivation. This talk focuses on the latter. I discuss two pedagogies at opposite ends of a spectrum: one based on praise, which means encouragement or possibly punishment, the other based on flow, which means that students can regulate their own problem challenge in relation to their skill level and thus become self-motivated.

Keynote abstract for a workshop I'll be part of.  Proceedings linked.




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AInF 2015. AI and Feedback. Proceedings of the First International Workshop on AI and Feedback co-located with the 24th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI 2015). Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 26, 2015. Edited by. Nardine Osman * Matthew Yee-King ** ...
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Joe Corneli
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Current Projects  - 
 
Thank you for your updated submission "Patterns of Peeragogy" (736.6 kB). Track: Pattern Papers Reference number: 19 Reason for update: Second draft due for review.  Within a few minutes you should also receive an email confirmation. - Filipe Correia, Joe Yoder PLoP 2015 Conference Chairs
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Thanks co-authors! +Charles Danoff +Charlotte Pierce +Paola Ricaurte Quijano +Lisa Snow MacDonald and artists +Amanda Lyons +Fabrizio Terzi, and thanks +Doug Breitbart +Matthew Herschler +Karen beukema einstein for joining in on some of our sessions.  This content will also go into the website and Handbook v3+, as soon as I have a chance to format shift it. 
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Joe Corneli
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Grab Bag  - 
 
 
I very strongly recommend this as one of the best p2p essays of the year, focused on the conditions of workers and labor in a venture-based so-called p2p economy:

thanks enormously to Trebor Scholz​ for sharing his research and thinking on this matter. They essay ends with a call for platform cooperativism:

http://www.publicseminar.org/2015/04/think-outside-the-boss/
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Thank you very much to the committee for this invitation to deliver the 8th Annual Eric N Schocket Memorial Lecture on Class and Culture, and thank you especially to Professor Christoph Cox for setting it all up! Today, we are not only celebrating spring time, we are honoring Eric Schocket. ...
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Joe Corneli
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Peeragogy Elsewhere  - 
 
that's how we roll (...heads)

Ms. Pettus convened lawyers and mediators for another panel, and more women attended. (Choose the less expensive lawyer, one panelist suggested, because in many cases he or she may be more responsive.) There was catered food, a wine sponsor — “Wine is important early in the divorce process,” Ms. Pettus said — and after a while she began charging, first $25 per event, then $45 (Untied members pay $97 annually).
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The breakup of a marriage can be a shattering, bewildering experience, but a new sisterhood has cropped up to offer support and comfort.
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Fabrizio Terzi

Peeragogy Technologies  - 
 
Yo peeragogues
I am happy to inform you that our dashboard prototype has reached version 1.1.4."Cornelius".

You can have a quick preview on gitHub here:
✪- https://goo.gl/eBeUUo

We introduced a new training section on this version in order to give you the opportunity to develop your own educational pathways project.

For release v1.1.5 "*" we intend to learn how to build our first Peeragogy App by screech and joining appinventor.mit.ed.

If you  are interested in participating during the design activities or become a project developer member, you'll be very welcome to join the new class and the group.

Cheers,
Fabrizio

#peeragogy_dashboard #mit_ed  
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Ooo Yes..!! Awesome idea and a new cool learning task level .... If learning @school would be a like a video-game adventure.... I would use the card .... Call the protection and advice of the castle App Magician.
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Joe Corneli
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Peeragogy Technologies  - 
 
+Charlotte Pierce +Fabrizio Terzi this is the sort of thing we can look forward to if/when our project gets more complicated :-)  ... although actually Github should help prevent some of the pain.
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A quote from someone who prefers to be quoted anonymously. The quote seems to provide the perfect antipodal point to Eric Raymond's rant.

"Patches Welcome"

Patches welcome, patches welcome, patches welcome- AHA! I had a "This is Unix- I know this!!!+1" moment. Here ya go, all fixed, yay!

"Your patch is rejected, it was bad and you should feel bad and please for the love of anything good in this world never darken our doorway again."

That is a total exaggeration, but that is what it felt like. And you said my patch would be welcome. Ya'll... :p

But... who, who- are all you weird people and why are you kinda cranky? :-D
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+Joe Corneli  I wanted to share this link mainly because of the way the paragraph comments work to allow more focused and topic specific engagement. The white page margin effect makes for easier focus, and more comfortable engagement with the material. I also like the pull out photo effect (see down left), the embedded video. This sort of thing with the 'planet math' style in text icon links we looked at, maybe working as slide outs to maintain a "central issue-subject-reference" also feeling of continuity... (BTW I liked the article too...) #meta

There's also a p.s. here. In the real world, everything effects everything. I like the idea that this would be reflected aesthetically re site functionality, as well  (as in playful). (things have to make room for, and accommodate each other).
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The landmark album offers simple lessons, magnificently told
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Nice feature, that's the sort of thing we'd like to get going on PlanetMath too.  _Handbook_ contributor Kyle Larson did an undergrad thesis emphasizing different design features for communicating about Writing.  And yeah, this is pretty meta, given the subject-matter.    To roll on a little bit further, a colleague of mine is a poet, and her approach to poetry writing and poetry critique is to ask "What does the poem tell us about its own 'creative making'?"   So, for instance, I think she would read the Rakim lyrics as being about the song's search for coherence, more than Rakim's search for financial solvency.   Anyway, this is the sort of thing we could ask about the paragraph-level comments too.  Can they help us see how the Handbook is being written?   Certainly they would be more focused than a bunch of ambient comments from around the web that don't always connect back to the text.   [One of the editorial tasks for Version 4 of the Handbook would be to go through our back-log of Peeragogy in Action posts -- and maybe all of our videos as well -- and start to feed that material into the Handbook in a more orderly fashion.  It would be a lot of work!  I was also day-dreaming about Peeragogy In Action the Movie, edited together out of snippets from our HOAs.  No time to work on that right now however!]
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