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3.2 Appendix

3.2.1 Granularized Learning Objectives for Introduction to Web Native Filmmaking These learning objectives were created in collaboration with Michelle Levesque and other Mozilla Foundation staff. They begin to define specific learning objectives needed to reach the meta-definitions of the first three Web Literacy categories as defined in Chapter 1.6.1. This list is currently under review. Exploring: Browser Basics is about… Read more →

1-Pagers and Contributing

In the course of conceptualizing our modular Hacktivity Kits, we decided to create simple, visual 1-pagers for activities. Here are some prototypes (that are crappily compressed and impossible to read :P): We’re also putting assessment stuff into 1-pagers, cheatsheets in 1-pagers, everything in 1-pagers. Why are we doing this? Because it makes sense to give people multiple entry points to… Read more →

Hacktivity Kits and Modular Curriculum

We’re in the process of creating Hacktivity Kits for each of our software tools and for a variety of event types. The kits contain information on the Mozilla Webmaker initiative as a whole, specific information on the particular tool and event format that the hacktivity kit is for, and then modular content that allows a facilitator to pick and choose… Read more →

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Academic European Instructor Evil Robot

WHOA! I know, I know, I’ve totally been slacking on my “Blog Every Single Tuesday” rule. I’ve been busy. Really busy, and I haven’t had a chance to actually think about what I wanted to write. Thus, I’m doing a roundup post. Here’s some brief insight into what I’ve been thinking about and doing: Linking Past and Present I’ve been… Read more →

Embrace the BORING then get CREATIVE

You know what? Writing curriculum is freaking BORING. You know why? Because educators are taught that learning requires specific activations in the brain. Long-term memory encoding happens through meta-cognitve processes. For information to be truly learned, various centers in the brain need to be activated. Educators are aware of the psychological strides needed for a learner to really learn something… Read more →