Some things I learned in three years working for the global non-profit.
Slides from my talk at Durham University’s eLearning conference.
I’m delighted to announce that we’ve confirmed the date for this year’s Maker Party Newcastle! Building on the success of previous ones held at the Centre for Life, this year we’ll be at Campus North, home of the Ignite100 startup accelerator on Saturday 13th September. Many thanks to Lyndsey Britton and Lauren Summers for their help in making this happen.
Sign up here: http://bit.ly/makerpartyncl14
Maker Parties are for everyone, but given Ignite100’s links with Code Club, we’ve decided to make it relevant to the new English primary school computing curriculum. Children of all ages will be welcome, but if you’re a teacher – or aged between 7 and 11 – it will be particularly relevant!
If you’re based in the North East of England, please do share this widely with your networks. 🙂
Questions? Please direct them to email@example.com.
I’ve got an article in the first issue of Educating Modern Learners
In 2013 Mozilla and a community of stakeholders created a ‘Web Literacy Standard’. In 2014 we’re renaming it to ‘Web Literacy Map’. Here’s why.
Awesome stuff I saw and want to play with.
A post exploring how we could change education systems.
I’ve sent my 100th TILTW newsletter!
Some thoughts around introducing my kids to the Web.
People who might be interested in defining a new Web Literacy standard.