As I was writing my previous blogpost and checking out images from the Whistler Work week, I came across this one:
I thought to add this in my previous post, but then I figured this is more important and needs a blogpost for itself.
If you’re reading this, you probably know that there’s been a lot going on with Mozilla Webmaker. Mozilla Webmaker previously acted as an important entry point to Mozilla contribution. The Webmaker project aimed at imparting Web literacy and education in a very hands on and participatory way. But the vision for this
was is really huge! Like SUPER HUGE(in terms of Potential and Impact)!
This very much relates to Mark Surman’s blogpost on Mozilla Academy.
“Okay, cool! So what’s all this about? What is the end goal?”
All efforts of the Mozilla Learning Networks team funnels into the end goal of Universal Web Literacy.
So let’s dig deeper into the Mozilla Learning by splitting this into 3:
Hive is an example of a Learning Network. It’s a constellation of communities around the globe that are championing digital skills and web literacy through connected learning.
It’s a peer to peer professional development network.
It catalyzes innovation through:
A Mozilla Club is an example of a group. A Mozilla Club meets in person regularly to learn how to Read, Write and Participate on the Web through informal participatory activities & peer to peer mentorship. Interested in running a club? Sign up here.
We activate Regional Coordinators to recruit and support Club captains to successfully run their clubs.
There’s no explanation required here to say that Mozilla Festival is the biggest convening of educators, makers, hackers and technology enthusiasts. Mozilla Festival this year is from the 6th-8th of November.
It’s a platform and opportunity to network. It’s a converging of network leaders motivating educators to become regional leaders.
Maker Party(July 15-31,2015):
Maker Party serves learning by connecting with Mozilla Learning Network. Working with clubs by conducting learning events to identify and promote leadership and spreading Universal Web Literacy.
Interested in learning more about Mozilla Learning? Follow the wiki and watch the video below: