Teachers Engage Rotating Moderator role for 2014:
- Moderators will serve on a quarterly basis rather than on a rolling three-months-at-a-time basis, starting in the first month of each quarter only. Moderators can serve for multiple quarters.
- Identify your areas of passion in which you would like to contribute. Share your ideas, use what you know and keep it real.
- Maintain an updated community profile that includes both a picture and an avatar
Content and Discussions:
- Create at least three new discussions or documents (about one per month)
- Tag all content contributions appropriately (both your own, and content created by other members)
- Strengthen discussions by deepening and extending the conversation or asking clarifying questions.
- Review documents that get shared and leave comments as you are inspired to do so.
- Monitor and report any content that might be seen as abuse of the community
- Join and monitor the Moderators Engage Group (invite to group will be sent once an agreement has been reached)– as a place to share ideas, tips and strategies
- Join groups pertain to your interests
- Invite educators to join
- Support Teachers Engage on Facebook and participate in activities (optional)
- Follow @IntelEDU & @K12Blueprint on Twitter and retweet/favorite content as you see appropriate (optional)
- Tweet out content provided via the "Now Tweet This!" discussion in Moderators Engage (optional)
- Attend community webinars as time allows
- Promote webinars to your Personal Learning Network (PLN)
- Participate in Webinar follow-up activities
- Promote webinar recordings via social media and you PLN (optional)
- Complete the monthly moderator self-assessment checklist
- Complete the exit survey at the end of the quarter
- Participate in moderator device program activities
Moderators receive a Teachers Engage moderation team jacket for their participation and an Intel-Inside tablet computer to use during their term of service.