Co-hosts Amira Dhalla and Chad Sansing, along with producers Kristina Gorr and Paul Oh, help participants answer the question, "How can I use the web to teach and learn what’s important to me?" Join us as we prototype teaching and learning materials live on-air and think out-loud through the curriculum design process.
Join us for a conversation and workshop about exemplary youth leadership projects and best practices in youth leadership programming. Along with this episode’s special guests, co-hosts Amira Dhalla and Chad Sansing will examine what makes successful youth leadership programs work and prototype teaching and learning materials that encourage their development.
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There will be no Community Call in December. Check back in 2017!
October 30th, 2016
Live from MozFest
Join co-hosts Amira Dhalla and Chad Sansing live from London as they talk with guests from around the world about all the learning and making going on at at the festival. Members of the Mozilla Clubs network will appear on the webcast, as well, to share their MozFest experiences throughout the network.
October 11th, 2016
Ada Lovelace Day
Ada Lovelace is largely regarded as the first computer programmer, and her work and skills exemplified strength in STEM as she worked on the analytic engine, also known as an early mechanical general-purpose computer. Her work ethic and diligence in the field is an inspiration for women is to be celebrated and shared around the world. In our webcast this month, we’ll be recognizing the challenges, accomplishments and contributions of women leaders from the Mozilla Leadership Network around the globe. Join us to help build teaching and learning resources promoting women and the web.
September 29th, 2016
Maker Party & Copyright
Join us on September 29th as co-hosts Amira Dhalla and Chad Sansing and invited guests dig into this year’s Maker Party campaign around copyright and political action, especially in the EU. Learn about the copyright reform issues at play in Europe and how they connect to - or might impact - your local community and others around the world. Help us develop teaching and learning materials that make copyright, open licensing, and public domain clear and compelling to learners wherever you live.
July 12th, 2016
Brokering Web Literacy Learning Around the World
Join co-hosts Amira Dhalla and Chad Sansing to talk about brokering web literacy learning around the world. How do you connect youth with opportunities to learn about the web and use it in their daily lives? Invited guests Mmaki Jantjies, Arkodyuti Saha, and friends will talk shop about brokering, network-building, and earning the trust of local communities and youth interested in the web.
June 16th, 2016
Join co-hosts Amira Dhalla and Chad Sansing broadcasting live from Mozilla’s all-hands work-week. Invited guests Su Adams, Bud Hunt, and Christopher Rogers, as well as drop-in Mozillians, will talk shop about summer learning, participatory learning outside school, and curriculum development on the web.
May 10th, 2016
Youth Civic Engagement
On our May episode of the Mozilla Curriculum Workshop, Rafranz Davis, Jeremy Dean, and D.C. Vito will help us learn about youth civic engagement. We’ll talk about compelling examples of youth organization and leadership before we prototype resources that might help foster both. Join the work on our shared etherpad and help us build something useful to youth near you!
April 12th, 2016
On our April episode of the Mozilla Curriculum Workshop, Jeremy Boggs, Natalie Freed, Andre Garzia, and Jie Qi will help us understand physical computing as a gateway into the Internet of Things (IoT), the network of connected devices embedded in everyday objects. An in-depth episode on IoT will follow this summer.
March 8th, 2016
International Women's Day
On our inaugural, International Women’s Day episode, Ingrid Dahl, Claire Shorall, Kim Wilkens and friends prototype teaching and learning materials addressing women’s issues, rights, and accomplishments. Viewers can ask questions and share ideas and prototypes of their own through the embedded agenda and chat.