Learn how to teach the web with Mozilla
Mozilla Webmaker’s open online training kicks off May 12! Sign up to enroll and learn creative new approaches to teaching digital skills, web literacy and the open web. It’s all part of Mozilla’s non-profit mission to protect, build and teach the web together.
Our free “Teach the Web” training will help you:
- learn more about the Mozilla community’s new Web Literacy Map
- get hands-on training with Mozilla Webmaker tools
- access and create free educational resources, curriculum and teaching activities
- connect with others, learning alongside other mentors and educators around the world
- get training for Maker Party, our global web literacy campaign kicking off July 15.
We’ll also dig into the art of participatory learning, plus the technical and social skills necessary to collaborate and work in the open. It’s all designed to be free, open and fun!
Who’s it for?
Anyone interested in helping others learn new skills. Teachers, informal educators, techies, Mozilla community members, or anyone who wants to help others level up their digital skills and create a more web literate world. Webmaker Training will help you integrate the mechanics, culture and citizenship of the web into your existing practice. All are welcome — no experience necessary!
How does it work?
- Mix and match. There are four different Webmaker Training Modules to chose from.Each is a mini-course designed to help people teach and learn different aspects of Web Literacy. Take one, or take them all.
- Hosted by our friendly Mozilla Webmaker training team. With help from our global community of mentors, Peer 2 Peer University and a new platform.
- Join live activities and get-togethers each week. Including a Twitter Chat using #teachtheweb, a video session broadcast live on HOMAGO and archived on YouTube, and an open conference call to discuss the content and concepts.
- Sign up now. It’s free!
- Got a question? Ask it here.
- Want to volunteer or get more involved? Introduce yourself here.