We started running online learning modules in response to the growing need for people to learn how both the technical and social structures of the web work. Open, online learning can activate and inspire people, and we’ve been trying to … Continue reading
Posts tagged with “mentors”
Reposted from Mark Surman’s Blog: http://commonspace.wordpress.com We want millions of people learning about the web everyday with Mozilla. The ‘why’ is simple: web literacy is quickly becoming just as important as reading, writing and math. By 2024, there will be … Continue reading
This year Webmaker is using the Open Badges Infrastructure (OBI) – and the newly-minted BadgeKit – to issue Webmaker badges. The first of these will be a Super Mentor badge. (note that the badge won’t look like the image to … Continue reading
Michelle Thorne, manager of Mozilla’s Global Mentor Network, recently had the privilege of participating in the annual ReMo Camp, a gathering of the ReMo Council members and Mentors, to discuss and plan the Reps program for the coming year. Here’s … Continue reading
Meet Chad Sansing: he’s a humanities teacher, a webmaking mentor and a champion of the open web. If the rumors are true, he’s also an all-around nice guy. Chad helps run the National Writing Project’s MOOC (that stands for Massive … Continue reading
At last weekend’s Hive Toronto Popcorn Maker Party for youth, attendees and mentors learned that — with a little creativity and remixing — they were able to use Mozilla Webmaker tools like Popcorn Maker to talk back to the news.
In Kampala, Uganda, Mozillian Lawrence Kisuuki organized the first ever Webmaker mentor training at the Hive Colab as part of the global Maker Party.
They’re here! You can now earn a brand new Mozilla Webmaker Mentor badge to show off your qualification and commitment to teaching the web. Help others learn digital skills, teach web literacy, and share creative new ways for teaching tech. You … Continue reading
TLDR version of this post: we have new Thimble prototypes for creating your own hackable teaching kits. Please help test and make them better by sharing feedback through #teachtheweb or by filing a handy feedback ticket here.
by Ankit Gadgil, Mozilla community member and Mozilla Rep inviting you to take part in “Teach the Web“ a new free and open online course from Mozilla. Learn more or get started here.