Teach the Web

Let's teach the world the web. Together.

Making and Learning Together

Teach the Web has something for everyone who wants to get more closely involved with the Making and Learning Movements. #teachtheweb seeks to create an online space to connect, explore and make – and then transfer that energy into real life learning spaces.

In this 9-week course you’ll work with others on projects that hone your web teaching skills. Posts on the Topics and Tasks will be published weekly and experienced Webmaker Super Mentors are ready to give tips on tech and facilitation support.

Open Collaboration

Everything about this experience is OPEN. From the conception to the planning to the synchronous sessions, discussions, projects and resources. All of it is being developed by the Webmaker Mentor Community, a community of people who are passionate about helping others have a voice in the digital world by empowering them to CREATE the web, rather than just consume it.

We invite you to get involved. This online experience will only work if we share our thoughts and ideas, give feedback and participate in a global community of lifelong learners. Together we can create an online space to teach and learn together.

If you would like to help with the planning, organization and moderation of this learning experience, you can jump in any time.

If you’re here to learn and participate in the MOOC, we encourage you to check out the Get Started page as well as the Topics and Tasks page!

Help Webmaker evolve

The #teachtheweb experience will be feeding your thoughts and ideas back to other teams working on Mozilla Webmaker. You can help the initiative by giving your feedback to the development work surrounding http://webmaker.org

  1. Comment on the new designs: http://webmakerv2.tumblr.com/
  2. Check out progress on bugs: http://scrumbu.gs/t/webmaker/2013w19/
  3. File a bug: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=Webmaker

Still not sure what a MOOC is?

This video from Dave Cormier explains it really well.