Teach the Web
A worldwide collaboration to Teach the Web is happening this summer. Do not worry about joining late. These activities are designed for anyone, anywhere, and at any time, and in any order.
Sign up to enroll and learn creative ways to teach web literacy, digital skills and open practices with fellow educators, technologists and mentors around the world.
Technology Literacy Collaborative
The Technology Literacy Collaborative (TLC) is a community of organizations that care about youth and learning, in particular, learning technology and digital literacy. Digital literacy includes making, sharing, connecting, and collaborating. Perhaps the best way for TLC to better realize their mission is to join with thousands of individuals and hundreds of organizations world wide that are are joining together this summer to learn by making.
Making Learning Connected (#CLMOOC) is a collaborative, knowledge-building and sharing experience open to anyone interested in making, playing, and learning together about the educational framework known as Connected Learning.
As part of The Summer to Make, Play & Connect, CLMOOC provides educators of all types with an opportunity to play with new tools, make projects and friends, and share projects and reflections with colleagues across the country and around the world.
Maker Party is Mozilla’s global campaign to teach the web. Through thousands of community-run events around the world, Maker Party unites educators, organizations and enthusiastic web users with hands-on learning and making. The Twin Cities communities in Minnesota can enable learning digital literacies by participating.
Mozilla’s Web Literacy white paper
Mozilla understands web literacy to be the skills and competencies required to read, write and participate effectively on the web. Mozilla’s work is underpinned by a philosophy that we learn best through doing and making. Taking a look at this document is well worth the time. https://wiki.mozilla.org/Webmaker/Whitepaper
What is a MOOC?
The topics for TLC’s fall meet up are about using MOOCs, Open Educational Resources, and Digital Badges to better enable practicing digital literacy.