Students will spend one half-day per week for ten weeks in a school with a nominated teacher. They will observe sessions taught by their designated teacher and possibly other teachers. Later they will act somewhat in the role of a teaching assistant, by helping individual pupils who are having difficulties or by working with small […]
The web has become an integral part of all our lives, shaping how we learn, how we connect and how we communicate. Looking ahead, the web is faced with new opportunities and new challenges. As we celebrate its 25th birthday, let’s all take a moment to imagine the future of the open web.
Say a HUGE happy birthday to the web, and do a little remixing at the same time. mzl.la/webwewantremix
Today is day 2 of the open education week, and an interested question has been asked.
Questions: What do you see as the link between Open Education and the Open Web? Does the former depend on the latter?
The tl;dr for me is that an Open Education does not require the use of the Open Web. But it helps.
So this is just a quick shout out to all those within the Mozilla community who need an excuse to flex their video editing skills. Google, and many others are showing us what the world looked like in 2013 from their perspectives… I’m interested in seeing what the Mozilla view-point would be. What were the […]
It’s been 4 years now since the first Mozilla Festival in Barcelona, and its now almost 4 times bigger. Each year there are more people, more activities, and more amazing builds to blow your mind. The never ending drums just getting louder, but now with a more unified rhythm. We need to not only #MakeTheWeb, […]
tl;dr: Offline Webmaker tools are very blue skies, and fairly infeasible. Much less running off a thumb drive. However there are, very imperfect, ways to make it work. [HIGHLY EXPERIMENTAL] HERE BE DRAGONS: This post about surfacing my work, research, and findings, as well as some of my opinions on the possibility of something I […]
tl;dr: Reading make you smarterer. You should read everyday. I continue my short series of posts about what makes our mentor community tick. Last time I spoke about the methodology used to gather feedback and thoughts from the mentor community, and started to cover some of the insights they’ve given me. If you haven’t already […]