MozCampLATAM2012/ProposedTalks/Webmaker Training

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Facilitated by the Hackasaurus team, targeted at ReMo members and others interested in teaching youth how to hack the web.

Proposed Track:

Mozilla wants to build a generation of webmakers. This means learning and making the web together, with Mozillians and web citizens of all stripes.

We think there is special potential in engaging youth.

Come learn about tools like Hackasaurus and Popcorn Maker and how to host hack jams that teach youth how to make the web. (Hackasaurus in Spanish)

In particular we're looking for ReMo members!

Language in which the talk will be given:

English and Spanish, if possible

Preferred Day of Talk:

No preference.

Presentation Slides (to provide at a later point):

Ideal Audience Size:

20 - 25

Equipment Needs (Video projector already included):

This is a collaborative workshop. If possible, post-it notes and a whiteboard are helpful.

To Be Completed by the Audience

Submit a Question for the Speaker(s) here:

Place your name here if you would like to attend this talk:

  • Michelle Thorne
  • Fabricio Zuardi
  • Marcelo Araldi
  • Santiago Hollmann
  • Maurício Araldi
  • Eduardo Urcullu
  • Juan Eladio Sánchez (Jesanchez)
  • Percy Cabello (pcabellor)
  • Willy Aguirre
  • digitalfredy

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