Mozilla Clubs: 2015 Half-Time Report

It’s been half a year since we set out in earnest to launch Mozilla Clubs. The goal was to make a program that offered a unique, sustainable way to teach the web in local communities. Now with 17 volunteer Regional Coordinators poised to serve 128…

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Clubs: What’s next?

Wow, we did it! It was a successful and thoughtful first round of testing. Here’s what we anticipate happening next: Debrief 1:1 with each club tester to learn more about their experience and improve the process. Publish the latest iteration of the club curriculum on…


Clubs: Learning about testing

For testing clubs this first quarter, we followed this process: Invite testers. We talked to allies about the opportunity and invited them to join the testing process. Each tester was given the dedicated support of a staff member to ensure they had direct and regular…

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Clubs: Towards an organizing model

During the testing of clubs, we identified the need for a community organizing model to recruit and support club leaders regionally. We realized that this model must provide value to i) established mentors as well as help ii) aspiring educators find their audience and their…


Clubs: Web Literacy Basics curriculum

For clubs, we needed well curated and field-tested curriculum informed by our pedagogy: Our pedagogy Why we teach: This is our mission. We are dedicated to empowering others with web literacy so that they have agency on the web as creators, citizens and future leaders….