Saturday 10th November, 2012
11:00am to 1:00pm
* open schools for open societies:
Here are notes from our on-going conversation about open schools for open societies [pictures forthcoming on that pad]: https://etherpad.mozilla.org/Cpo...
Here is the #mozfest #openschools beliefs photo set: http://www.flickr.com/photos/san...
*photos from the Hacktivate Learning Space
This session is designed to activate anyone invested in teaching others to make things! The goal will be to catalyze the educator community at MozFest and collectively develop new approaches to teaching and learning on the web. Together we'll envision prototypes, frameworks, and projects to fuel interest-based learning activities on the web. We'll explore intersections between code, content, teaching and learning. Through ideation and collaboration, we'll create paper prototypes and designs for things we want to build and/or prototype over the weekend.
We'll be collecting links and artifacts for the entire Hacktivate Learning track here: https://etherpad.mozilla.org/Hac...
Don't forget to fill out your profile using the Thimble Hacktivator Profile Project and post your published links to the Hacktivate Etherpad (link above):
The Hacktivity Kits are baseline, modular curriculum kits. See demos, and hack together your own hacktivities and kits using the links below!
Thimble Hacktivity Index
Official Mozilla account. Meet-ups to make and learn about the web. Hack jams to build sweet tools. Tweet @mozilla to get involved.
Senior Director of Mozilla Webmaker Mentor Community, lead Hive Learning Network, NYC. Father of Amelia. bio from Twitter
A thinker, learner, teacher, designer, writer, collaborator, dev, gardener, philosopher, backhoe driver...Work @greenpeace Alum @mozilla
The Hive Learning Network New York City is a group of cultural institutions working to create learning opportunities for middle and high school youth in NYC. bio from Twitter
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