Crypto Impact Potential Volunteer Curriculum Designer, CrowdDoing
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Recruiting Organization: M4A FOUNDATION - CROWDDOING
Crypto Impact Potential Volunteer Curriculum Designer, CrowdDoing responsibilities include:
Crypto Impact Potential Volunteer Curriculum Designer, CrowdDoing Volunteer role brief
We are looking for a Curriculum Designer to translate our crypto impact potential training and development needs into engaging educational courses.
Curriculum Designer responsibilities include selecting appropriate instructional methods, defining time frames and preparing training materials in physical and digital formats. If you have experience structuring educational programs and are familiar with web-based courses, we’d like to meet you.
Ultimately, you will fill our company’s skills and knowledge gaps by creating curricula that will educate our volunteers and MOOC learners.
CrowdDoing Crypto Impact Potential Background Information:
CrowdDoing's crypto-based effort to achieve social impact together has made progress. We are researching the impact potential of crypto approaches and the risks to these approaches. We are utilizing the blockchain space to find ways to educate the public and promote change to various social impact areas, such as helping the unbanked, renewable energy, medicine, research, supply chain, etc. Our community draws from a host of varying backgrounds with all levels of expertise, including writers, technologists, finance, operations, cryptographic enthusiasts, students and others. Through the project activities, participants impact social good and benefit with learning from each other, particularly in areas that you may be interested and in the crypto space.
A brief summary history of our Crypto Impact Potential activities:
Market Manipulation Risk
Over 2017-2019, we have curated a list of potential crypto projects that may be directly or indirectly adding to social change for good (115 Tokens). Our team Of those projects, they have been refined to a smaller list (approximately 45 projects) of viable crypto projects that are liquid and have potential social impacts (link: Social Impact Crypto Fund - Analysis). We have reviewed these crypto impact potential digital assets for their risks of achieving goals in the public interest and with regards to whether there are red flag risks that are visible from public information. With the shorter list of crypto projects, a further analysis was made to determine if there has been market manipulation. These activities are being captured into a publications document that folds in the findings of market manipulation.
To help promote awareness of crypto projects that are trying to impact certain areas of social impact, for example, green energy or micro lending, we are trying to create indexes comprising of a grouping of crypto projects to show trends in how those 'asset class’ are performing relative to the broader crypto market and how their social impact score may be as they get closer to achieving their social impact goals. The indexes are structured similar to how the Dow Jones or S&P 500 indexes provide information, in that they provide a measurement to how the overall financial performance is within that group. For example, if the Dow Jones index is in the red or negative for the day, it’s an indicator that the overall stocks making up the Dow Jones index have decreased in stock price value for the day.
From the same set of 45 crypto projects, each project is flagged with a social impact focus. With the social impact grouping, those crypto projects can be part of their respective index (For example: Crypto project flagged as a green energy impact can be part of a Green Energy Index). The mathematical formula summarizing the index and the process is available here: (link: Excess Return Analysis). A sample of an existing Index can been prototyped drawing from an API from www.coinmarketcap.com in real time via a Python script.
Designing detailed educational curriculum, including topics, dates and number of hours required per course
Creating engaging training course content (videos, quizzes and activities)
Conduct skills gap analyses companywide
Design detailed educational curriculum, including dates, topics and number of hours required per course
Create engaging training course content (videos, quizzes and activities)
Set learning objectives for each course
Determine evaluation criteria
Organize physical and digital resources for instructors and trainees
Provide manuals and guidelines on how to use online training material
Follow up with trainees and instructors after each course and collect feedback
Keep track of training costs
Research and recommend modern educational methods (e.g. gamification)
Work experience as a Curriculum Designer, Instructional Designer or similar role
Hands-on experience with Learning Management Software (LMS)
Familiarity with video editing software
Basic HTML and Flash programming knowledge
Ability to write clear instructional copy
BSc degree in Instructional design, Educational Technology or relevant field
Language/Cultral Support AvailableFalse
Fee Amount: None
This opportunity is recurring
389 5th Ave, 9th Floor, New York, NY 11109, US
To bridge the gap between intention and action in order to bring about social impact.
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January 4, 2023
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