The educator activates a member of a virtual community to demonstrate leadership through a product or presentation.
Educators are encouraged, but not required, to complete the other micro-credentials in this series first: Establishing a Virtual Community, Engaging a Virtual Community through Facilitation, and Identifying Leaders in Virtual Communities. Mining, synthesizing, and communicating the ideas from a virtual community can provide meaningful information to numerous stakeholders inside and outside of the community.
To earn this micro-credential, you must receive a Proficient or Exemplary evaluation in all three categories for Part 2 and Passing scores for each of the questions in Parts 1, 3, and 4.
Submit documentation (for instance, a video of a presentation, a blog post, article, infographic, or other product) of the product or presentation given by the individual you activated as a leader. Explain the results of your opinion analysis in identifying potential leaders within the virtual community (250–400 words).
Your artifact submission will be assessed based on the following rubric. You must earn a score of Exemplary or Proficient for each component in this portion to earn the micro-credential.
Rubric adapted from Karen Franker’s A Rubric For Evaluating Student Blogs, https://www2.uwstout.edu/content/profdev/rubrics/blogrubric.html
Ask one identified leader for a reflection on the following question (200-word limit):
Provide a reflection on what you learned, using the following questions as guidance (250–400 words for each response):
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