Review the intention: what do/did we expect to learn or make together?

As course co-coordinators we expected to learn more about how to run a course in peeragogy. We expected the participants to learn more peer learning and peer production Develop a “product” or focus for peeragogy, “what does it do?” Participants and co-coordinators figure out “What’s in it for me?” with peeragogy and the course itself

Identify what happened: what and how did we learn?

HOW: Video conferencing - allows for global participation Open source ethos - Hermano Business orientation - Vitor Get practical/aka no mo’ navel gazing - Charlotte Building the syllabus taught me how to make a markdown document in GitHub - Charlie

What are some different perspectives on what transpired?

I felt like we made a lot of great memories and co-created some wonderful learning moments - Charlie Gave some structure to my day/week- Charlotte Unlike other meetings, I never dreaded these.

What did we learn or change during the process?

Accept “newcomers” - Hermano, Vitor We weren’t always “prepared” :-o We “kept going” Organized on calendar (session 6/8, etc.) Decided on one place to take notes - in this case it was the zoom chat Use of other platforms does not need to be disruptive. But it does help to have a central one that others feed into. Synchronizing different apps and platforms remains an ongoing challenge.

What else should we change going forward?

Develop system to encourage participation Maybe circulate agenda/outline for comment a few days before course session Develop system for “getting the word out” and onboarding if it brings in new ppl Map out a better definition of the course - along the lines of Joe’s for Tufts pilot Update Rheingoldian meeting roles to have “primary” ones that should be filled first and “nice to have” Update the Peeragogical Action Review to account for use during an activity itself or after its completed