MozillaWiki:Teach the Web Talks
Teach The Web Talks
What are they?Webmaker educational initiative.
Join us as we sit down with a community expert to discuss all things related to education and the web. Each talk will last for approximately one hour with group participation.
Standard call agenda:
- 10 mins - Welcomes and introductions
- 20 mins - Discussion with speaker
- 15 mins - Q&A period with speaker
- 5-10 mins - Additional business and wrap-up
How to get involved
These calls are open to everyone and we encourage you to join in on the discussion, ask questions or advice and come together to learn and share ideas about education and the web.
Step 1 - Send Us Your Questions
Send us your questions for the speaker before and during the talks on Twitter using the hashtag #TeachTheWeb and on our Discourse thread. We will create a new Discourse Thread per talk and the correct thread to use will be highlighted in our emails. We will be monitoring both channels before and during the call and will do our best to get as many questions answered as possible!
Step 2 - Watch the Webinar
Watch or join the call live by clicking on the RSVP button in the talk banner above or following the Google Hangout link in the banner. You can ask questions during the talk using the Q&A feature on Google Hangout.
You can also watch the recording of the call at your leisure at the same link. Don't forget to send in your questions before the talk and to share your feedback with us after you watch it!
Step 3 - Listen to the Podcast
Whether you don't have an hour to spare or just prefer the format of a podcast you can now listen to a 20 minute podcast version of each Teach The Web Talk at mzl.la/TTWpodcasts. You can listen to the podcast on your phone or computer or subscribe and have them sent straight to your device every month. Podcasts are released approx. one week after the live call.
Times will be announced at least two weeks in advance of the call and will be displayed in multiple time zones. Sign up for the mailing list to get notifications about upcoming calls.
The next call will be March 26th at 9am PST/ 12pm ET/ 4pm GMT.
- RSVP to watch it live on Google Hangout here.
- Send us your questions for WWF on Twitter using #TeachTheWeb or on discourse here.
All calls are recorded and since December 18th 2014 they are available to watch on Airmozilla here. Below you will find a brief summary of each call and the speakers bio.
February 26th 2015
Speakers - Angela Popplewell, Founder and Chief Storyteller, and JP Pullos, Photography Education Coordinator at 100cameras.
Topic - Shoot It - How To Use Photography To Tell Your Story
We spoke to to Angela Popplewell and JP Pullos from 100cameras to find out how you can better use photography to share the story of your event, your work, or your organization. No fancy camera required!
January 28th 2015
Speaker - Stacy Martin, Senior Manager for Privacy and Engagement at Mozilla.
Topic - Who Is Watching You Now - How to be Smart about Data Privacy
For Data Privacy Day, Stacy Martin, Senior Manager for Privacy and Engagement joined us to talk about how to be Smart with your Privacy online.
December 18th 2014
Speaker - Evan Jones from the Connected Learning Alliance.
Topic - The Basics of Building An Online Community.
Evan is the Community Manager for the Connected Learning Alliance, although he prefers the term "web wrangler" spoke to us about how to define your community, keeping them engaged and asked us not to forget the old school platforms. Watch Evan talk about community stew here and read the discourse chat here