Here's the description of a course I hope to teach at Reed College in January 2015 at Paideia,
“MIT OCW-centric wiki World University and School: How Reedies can wiki-teach here and eventually develop WUaS as interns” is a Paideia course about how Reedies can teach and develop Creative Commons’ licensed WUaS, which is like Wikipedia with MIT OpenCourseWare, in wiki-subjects that they love. This course will share in a hands-on manner 1) how to curate, edit, add to and develop a WUaS wiki subject page to develop further expertise in that area, 2) how to start a new WUaS wiki subject page as a creative opportunity, 3) how to begin teaching in a Google + group video Hangout and 4) possibly in 3D interactive virtual worlds, if there’s interest and time.
Here's some information about Paideia - education in its broadest sense - at Reed:
"The Greek word Paideia (Παιδεία) is difficult to translate, but denotes education in its broadest sense. For the ancient Greeks, this included philosophy, poetry, mathematics, physics, rhetoric, gymnastics, music, medicine, and many other disciplines.
The animating idea behind Paideia at Reed is to take a break from the rigorous classical curriculum and spend a week learning things you always wanted to know about but never had the time for. The history of punk. The birds of Oregon. Throat-singing. Bollywood dance. Underwater basketweaving. You get the idea."
Check out the WUaS main wiki Subjects' page - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Subjects - as one expression of Paideia, in a sense, and the wiki and Wikipedia ideas themselves are also great information technologies for and, in a way, expressions of Reed's Paideia.