Posts from March, 2016

Community Spotlight: Mark Shillitoe

Kristina Gorr

Please join us in celebrating this month’s community spotlight, Mark Shillitoe, who is making an impact in his local community and beyond.  Mark is currently leading digital learning innovations and creativity at a new international school in Switzerland. Outside of … Continue reading

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Celebrating Women & the Open Web: March Mozilla Learning Community Call

Kristina Gorr

We recently relaunched the Mozilla Learning Community Call, an opportunity to connect in real time with Mozilla and to interact with others in our network who are doing their part to #teachtheweb. For the March call, in conjunction with International … Continue reading

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Web Literacy Leaders – NYC Workshop Recap

Carolina Tejada Alvarez

Mozilla recently hosted a Web Literacy Leaders Workshop as part of the NYC Department of Education’s IPPD (Innovation Partner Professional Development program). Here is an overview of the event, along with our challenge, lessons learned, and key takeaways. When and … Continue reading

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A Few Highlights From 2016 (So Far)

Kristina Gorr

The first few months of the year have been bustling for the Mozilla Learning team and community, filled with new web literacy curriculum and event resources, program expansions, and more. Here are just a few highlights: We launched two new … Continue reading

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