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  • STATUS = UNASSIGNED. "We want to do these things, but nobody's assigned to actually do them yet."
ID Summary Whiteboard Assigned to Status
987141 Integrate Badge Support brett NEW
988293 Skin Discourse with MakerStrap [mentor=k88hudson][mentor=cade] jan NEW
997376 Document our communications plan for launching Webmaker Training NEW

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  • STATUS = ASSIGNED. "I'm working on this right now!"
ID Summary Whiteboard Assigned to Status
914779 Copy Edit Training homepage, get started page and find help page [training] lainie ASSIGNED
978148 Figure out Signup and Engagement strategy for brett ASSIGNED
978940 [meta] laura ASSIGNED
990087 Signpost training from [training][mvp] cassie ASSIGNED

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  • STATUS = RESOLVED. "So done! Much made!"
ID Summary Whiteboard Assigned to Status
983765 Create site map for Training training, mvp laura RESOLVED

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Training People to Teach the Web

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  • The Webmaker Training program teaches people how how to teach the web. It provides professional development for anyone who wants to teach web literacy, digital skills, and creative approaches to the web
  • Webmaker Training shows how Webmaker tools can empower creativity and learning, and how a local community can plug in to a global movement.
  • Everything is modular: the platform, the content, the individual prompts within the content itself. The agendas for the live trainings are built to be remixable. It's a blended learning program designed to scale.</strong>
  • Online and offline components can be independent or dependent on one another.
  • All of this is to ensure that each learner can choose the areas of the Webmaker world that are most relevant to how they would like to contribute.

Training Roadmap



We'll soft launch the Webmaker Training program (aka Teach the Web). By April 1st we will:

Set up v.01 of the new Webmaker Training platform, designed to look and feel like and include the remixability that makes us strong.

Work with P2PU to perform a content review of the Teach the Web content. We'll make the content more modular, create examples and write new modules (specifically for inside the engagement module). We will also review and update existing make prompts (especially in the Building module, which is based on the exemplary Remix Teaching Kit and is the module in which learners learn to build teaching kits and supporting resources).

scope a UK based training

Goals: Train 200+ Webmaker Mentors, create 10+ excellent teaching kits
Early-March in London: NCS Sprint We will run a sprint on Open Practices with the NCS
Janky Online Training With the first iteration of the new training platform, we will run a alpha course of the teach the web content.

Detailed Planning Documents


We'll begin ramping up trainings by delivering both online and offline training to a variety of stakeholders.

Goal: Train 1000+ Webmaker Mentors, create 100+ excellent teaching kits
Mid-April in London: NCS Training We'll run an in-person training for NCS
Mid-April in Helsinki: Mini Training We'll run an in-person training and mini-sprint at the Helsinki Learning Festival
End of April in San Francisco: Mozillians Training We'll run an in-person training for Mozillians (including MoFos, CBTers, and MDNers)
End of April in San Francisco: Privacy Sprint We'll run a co-design sprint on Privacy with folks from Mouse NYC educators, potential partners interested in Privacy and the Privacy team at Mozilla.
May 12 - 31: Massive Online Training After the online push, we'll use the reflection period to help contributors run their own online training sessions.
June 18 - 20 in New York: Mouse Training We'll use the Privacy Curriculum developed in the co-design sprint to train Mouse mentors and youth on how to teach privacy.

Detailed Planning Documents


The Webmaker Training program will hit full stride.

We will begin the Teach the Web Road Tour training multiple communities in a short period. The trainings will prepare specific communities to throw marquee Maker Parties in preparation for the leadership tour happening at the end of the summer.

By this time, we hope to have documented and supported communities in running their own online trainings. We will help exemplar contributors to fork and modify Teach the Web modules to be more relevant to their local communities and provide guidance to mentors running these online trainings. Additionally, we'll encourage and support in-person trainings in individual locales.

Goal: Train 3000+ Webmaker Mentors, create 500+ excellent teaching kits
  • Training Dates and Locales TBD

Detailed Planning Documents

coming soon


Time to Celebrate

We will celebrate all the people who participated in our trainings and run a special, pointed training for MozFest facilitators. We will celebrate the spreading of innovative pedagogies and soldifying partnerships throughout the year and begin planning the next cycle of the training program.

Goal: Train 500+ Webmaker Mentors, create 100+ excellent teaching kits
End of October: MozFest in London: Facilitator Training This year we'll run a more focused training for facilitators to help make the 2014 MozFest the most participatory, collaborative and makey event ever.
  • Training Dates and Locales TBD