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Wednesday, January 25 • 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Web Making, Badges, and Interest-Based Learning

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How do you teach the world to become web makers?  

Come hear about Mozilla's plan for combining interest-based learning with badge earning, and help us debate some key issues going forward.  

What are the basic web skills that people need to know?  

What's the most effective way to create a distributed teaching and learning network that people will actually use?  

How can we dream even bigger, and how can you help make it happen?

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Michelle Levesque

Michelle is currently working with the Mozilla Foundation to create a web literate planet. She plans to teach the world how to become producers (and not just consumers) on the web, so that they can share ideas and express themselves to the rest of the world. Before working at Mozilla, Michelle was a staff engineer at Google, and worked for the Citizen Lab, building tools to study internet censorship. She likes running, strength training... Read More →

Wednesday January 25, 2012 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Salon Bourdieu (S2) LWF Festival Area, National Hall Gallery, Olympia

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