#teachtheweb: Peers Working in the Open

Week 6 of Teach the Web was all about offering feedback and inspiring deeper collaboration among participants. We further explored what it means to work openly, and started to look at open values that benefit our individual practice. We engaged with each others work and offered feedback by using remix as a form of constructive criticism. Although it can be hard to hear criticisms, we realized that as a community, we’re full of good ideas just need to put them out there.
This Storify captures some of the highlights, but you can find more from week 6, as well as join in on the conversations and resource-sharing in the G+ community here.
[View the story “Collaborating on the open web” on Storify]Next up: this week Teach the Web is all about Playtesting, and trying out activities with real people.
Feel free to go at your own pace, it’s never too late to get started! Although Teach the Web officially runs for 9 weeks, the community we’ve established will continue to exchange ideas!

  • New topics and tasks are posted on Tuesdays here.
  • Join our live session on June 13 on air.mozilla.org on June 13 at 4pm UTC/12pm ET/9am PT.
  • Participate in our weekly Twitter chats @mozteach on Thursdays using #teachtheweb- next up on June 13 at 5pm UTC/1pm ET/10am PT.
  • Join the #teachtheweb Google+ community. Connect with other mentors, share knowledge and get inspired.