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We want to build tools and processes that help people learn from each other as they explore how to build collaborative and resilient futures. On Sunday August 28 we hosted a prototype sprint to explore these ideas, and this is some of the documentation from the sessions..

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Yit workshop weekend

  1. 1. Saturday, September 3, 2011
  2. 2. Saturday, September 3, 2011Who is our target group? Visualisation by Basti Hirsch- “Lots of broken/sad hearts that we can make happier” People who have low positiveengagment that need boosting, and they need stories from near them, that feelaccessible...not out of reach super talented. Some of those people are in the risk zone fordestructive behaviour e.g. riots, while others are in the possibility zone for popsitivebehaviour e.g social innovation. Those are the ones we want to reach, fundamentally positivebut low in confidence and motivation/energy at the moment. Because that is what is feasibleto achieve witth good results, within the time and resource budget for the project.
  3. 3. Saturday, September 3, 2011Day 1:Discussions:- Debates about the different difficulties people face in relation to learning- Envisioning a strategy for, or outlining a strategic approach towards, effective learningoutside of institutions; we learn better in collaboration with others, in situations that involvehuman contact- Motivation model- Nurturing is low status, how raise it? Gratitude- say it with sex. mindfullness.
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  5. 5. Saturday, September 3, 2011Motivation for the trailblazers to teach
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  7. 7. Saturday, September 3, 2011Next steps: Find answers to specific motivational challenges using the modelHow do I find out about a learning environment that is best suitable for me?Do I ever have enough information about a topic to call myself an expert?How to motivate to share knowledge?Why do we need a co-working school?How to get formal recognition (work and edu) for all my learning?How do I avoid pressure in learning?How to motivate/ motivations for learnings?How can your moivate yourself to learn stuff online?How do I foster pleasure in learning?How do we make the ambiguity of learning for an uncertain future exciting for people, rather than scary?
  8. 8. Saturday, September 3, 2011Day 2
  9. 9. Saturday, September 3, 2011The back stories:The battle against those who say it can’t be done- the power of “but, maybe we can do this”?- spare some change- yaysayers- speculators of change- changefindersStocking a supermarket where the goods are healthy and freeTeaching our reborn grandparents to live todayJohn & Sarah build a farm that grows happinessHow Jay and Christopher built the open design city at betahaus in BerlinMoving Mankind to space- building/ designing the planetHave confidence to face the facts...and more
  10. 10. Saturday, September 3, 2011Its a story place not social network and might have game element i it. How to bring peopleinto it. Needs to have good news in it. Is it possible, yes or no? If yes, how go about doing it-because it has been done before + story or link. if no due to which challenges?
  11. 11. Saturday, September 3, 2011I want to “set up a windmill in backyard” tweetable challenge. Come back to site followinglink, faced with slideshow of story stubs (Mark wants to do this, Maria wants to do that,...) inwhich protagonists/ trailblazers ask how to make this happen- what would you do next?,match with what they did next?. suggest a first step. If your suggestion is close to one that isalready in there you are asked, what would you do next? then go deeper one level User isasked to respond- blank space. Analysis of what did or didnt happen- share your reflections.You want to engage with story going on, two alternative pathways 1) share your own story or2) help the person to keep building on their story, share your own advice (surface yourembodied experience-based knowledge)
  12. 12. Saturday, September 3, 2011tell your story? have a similar challenge
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  17. 17. 1. Minisite & social media campaign for story aggregation Martin’s wants to do this Short descriptive text and call to action What would you do next? what’s your challenge? embark on your discover journey here!Saturday, September 3, 2011Group one looked at this. everytime someone helps out orgives feedback earn some kind ofkudos.
  18. 18. 2. Reminds you of someone you know? Your trailblazer wants to Short descriptive text and call to action What would you do next? what’s your challenge? embark on your discover journey here!Saturday, September 3, 2011reminds you of someone you know? know more challenges that need help with solutionfinding or getting unstuck? (help them by calling on the crowd to suggest what to do next).Share their challenge (add their name, link/ contacts, description).For everyone of these you do, you get kudos. Join a group, check by proximity. I want to joinmilan
  19. 19. Saturday, September 3, 20112. group two looked at how to build the journey experience.
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  23. 23. Saturday, September 3, 2011At the other end: This is how we did it!
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