Here you'll find our curriculum production queue. We're testing and packaging content for sustaining local learning using Mozilla's pedagogy. Learn more about Mozilla Clubs and how we #TeachTheWeb
The Mozilla Learning Networks Team is producing two streams of curriculum, the Web Literacy stream and the Teach Like Mozilla stream. The first is designed to cover the skills and competencies required to read, write and participate on the web, and the Teach Like Mozilla stream aims to deliver leadership skills and competencies needed for teaching, organizing and sustaining learning for the Web.
We discuss production, share insights, work through issues using our Github repo as an issue tracker, and you're welcome to get involved. We also gather to discuss curriculum on our community forum, Discourse. If we can be of service, don't hesitate to contact us!
|Mobile Storytelling with the Android Webmaker App||Q3 2015||Web Mechanics, Accessibility, Designing, Sharing|
|Web Literacy Basics II||Q4 2015||Web Mechanics, Composing, Remixing, Designing, Coding/Scripting, Accessibility, Sharing, Participation, Open Practices|
|Intro to Intermediate Web Development||Q1 2016||Navigation, Web Mechanics, Credibility, Search, Security, Composing, Remixing, Coding?Scripting, Designing, Accessibility, Collaboration, Privacy, Open Practices|
|Leveraging Open Practices for Leadership||Q4 2015||Open Practices, Promoting Action, Working Locally, Mobilizing Community, Building Partnerships|
|Leading Online Efforts to Scale & Spread||Q1 2016||Promoting Action, Mobilizing Community, Building Partnerships|
|Leading Face-to-Face Professional Development for Scale & Spread||Q1 2016||Promoting Action, Working Locally, Mobilizing Community, Building Partnerships|
|Thought Leadership for Scale & Spread||Q2 2016||Open Practices, Promoting Action, Mobilizing Community|