Wikimedia Education Greenhouse/Final Course Assignment
Time to show the work you have done throughout this course!
At the beginning of this course we recommended you to keep a personal document where you could register your reflections, notes, and answers to the different assignments of the course - a Course Portfolio.
We also indicated that completing a course portfolio can lead to achieving a learning recognition badge for your Wikimedia user page. To be eligible for that badge, make sure you take the following steps:
Review your Course Portfolio to make sure that your assignments are complete, well-organized, and easy to read for any audience. In order to be eligible for a badge, your course portfolio should have the following main sections indicated below (with a link to the corresponding course assignments for guidance):
- An introductory summary to the Wikimedia education project idea you are focusing on
- Problem tree
- Objective tree / Logic model
- Stakeholder analysis
- Project budget
- Monitoring plan
- Evaluation plan
- Advocacy message
Additional assignments you can include in your final Course Portfolio:
- Stop, reflect, share
- Contacting school administrators
- One challenge, one lesson, one question
- Designing a strategy to engage the Wikimedia community in our education project
- Evaluating grant proposals
And any other reflections, resources, examples, etc. that you have documented throughout the course! If you need some inspiration, check out the final projects developed by the participants of the first cohort of our online course here.
Send a message to MGuadalupe (WMF) with a link to your Course Portfolio indicating that you have completed the course and would like your final assignment to be reviewed to obtain a learning recognition badge.
Wait for a week or two for your assignment to be reviewed and see your new badge on your Wikimedia user talk page! We will also feature your finished assignment in the Achievements Board.