Tag: Learning Theories


Web Literacy Lensing: Identity

Ever since version 1 of the Web Literacy Map came out, I’ve been waiting to see people take it and adjust it or interpret it for specific educational endeavors that are outside the wheelhouse of “teach the web”. As I’ve said before, I think the web can be embedded into anything, and I want to see the anything embedded into… Read more →

Love the Lurkers

A couple days ago I had a BIG conversation with Bill Mills, the Community Manager for Mozilla Science Lab, about open learning, designing for participation, online engagement, collaboration, inspiration and a bunch of other metaphysical ideas that I often create practical implementations for. During our conversation, Bill asked if I had any advice for designing learning experiences that can engage… Read more →

Training with Friends

This weekend, I’ll be leading a Webmaker Training for the National Citizens Service (NCS). NCS is an organization in the UK that provides learning opportunities for young people living in England and Northern Ireland – young people who are encouraged to lead positive change within their communities. For the first time ever, NCS has invited graduates from their programs to… Read more →

2 Educational Concept 2.1 Introduction

This educational concept proposes interactive, social, gamified, E-Learning modules for self guided study in combination with real world, collaborative workshops. Embedded assessments are used to show achievements, and the concept uses a succinct and modern definition of web literacies (See Chapter 1.6.1). Synchronous workshops and interactive, asynchronous self-study with social gaming aspects are conceptualized. Both aspects of learning play a… Read more →