@donkiely finished copyediting Improving Site Performance LP and is looking for feedback. He notes: I’m not sure that it couldn’t use an overhaul. It takes a rather conceptual approach rather than a hands-on walkthrough. First I’ve seen like that, so I’m not sure if that’s what we want. I feel like it needs fleshing out. There are some steps that can be demonstrated and not just talked about. I suppose it’s okay as an overview, so maybe a follow-on lesson that digs deeper?
See LP at https://make.wordpress.org/training/handbook/plugin-lessons/improving-site-performance/
@bethsoderberg, can you update Trello with this information?
@coachWP reported an excellent first session of his WordPress class for high school students using training team materials.
@chanthaboune wondered if we’re at a point right now where we can maybe backburner the creation of new individual lesson plans and instead focus on really getting the workshops into a polished state. The idea being that if we have them polished up and useable, we may get more proof of concept after they are used/tested.
@melindahelt shared https://www.raspberrypi.org/magpi/blog-box-wordpress/ as a potential way to have some tech workshops create and install WordPress to have a local install to work on.
@donkiely will work on auditing lessons that have not been copy edited since the last release to flag any lessons that should be updated based on the new features.