This month, Mozilla Learning will be exploring topics including youth civic engagement, and how emerging gigabit technology can lead to educational advancement. Details are below.
Mozilla Curriculum Workshop – Youth Civic Engagement
Tuesday, May 10 at 7am PT/ 10am ET/ 2pm UTC
We’ll discuss compelling examples of youth leadership before prototyping resources that might help foster both. Join us and help build something useful for youth near you!
Our distinguished guests include:
- Rafranz Davis, Executive Director of Professional & Digital Learning for Lufkin ISD and speaker on STEM education, teacher voice, digital equity and diversity in edtech.
- DC Vito, Executive Director of The LAMP (Learning About Media Project), a media literacy organization dedicated to fostering critical, positive, and thriving citizenship.
- Jeremy Dean, Director of Education at Hypothes.is, an open platform for annotating and the web for collaboration, discussion, organization, and research.
Mozilla Learning Community Call – Gigabit Technology
Wednesday, May 25: 1pm PT/ 4pm ET/ 8pm UTC
High-speed, low-latency gigabit networks are allowing educational technology to advance rapidly.
On this month’s community call, we’ll explore how gigabit technology is transforming today’s classroom. We’ll discuss how emerging technologies like virtual reality, artificial intelligence, and 4K video streaming are being deployed to engage students, address learning needs, and create more immersive learning experiences.
Featured speakers include:
- Caleb Bagby, teacher at Red Bank High School in Chattanooga
- Chad Sansing, Web Literacy Curriculum Developer for Mozilla
- Rebecca Dove and Quest Taylor, founders of an artificial intelligence literacy application called Pennez
#TTWchat via @MozTeach
Tuesday, May 31- All Day
Continuing the discussions from the curriculum workshop and community call, we’ll dive deeper into the conversation and leverage teaching opportunities across the globe. Follow @MozTeach for details.