Mozilla: Learning and Teaching Web Literacy

Reflection and Next Steps

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On-site reflection provides immediate opportunities to synthesize, share, and maximize participant experiences, and make adjustments when needed. Follow-up activities are recommended where learners have the opportunity to apply new ideas and skills to real projects, learning to participate and share.

45 minutes

  • Assignments and Timeline

    he facilitator will spend 20 minutes generating emerging project ideas and identifying follow-up project goal benchmarks.


    1. Complete one of the following assignments or propose your own:

    • Use Thimble to create concept poster as part of a classroom assignment or a project and have students remix it and incorporate. For example, students can remix poster to share and discuss their early world history projects.
    • Create at least one new OER activity that uses what was learned in this workshop. For example, create new subject matter curriculum from the OER materials.
    • Remix this workshop and use it to teach peers and/or students. For example, remix or create a web literacy curriculum for teachers with whom you work with on professional development.

    2. Identify and dates and times for follow-up calls and/or in-person gathering to share and celebrate.

    3. Provide at least three updates in a weekly discussion (on Discourse)responding to prompts between the workshop and final call/in-person gathering. These updates can be about planning or process, useful feedback to someone else’s post, a final reflection, sharing testing data and/or feedback from students.

    Reflection Prompts for Discourse

    The facilitator will pose the following questions, and provide 15 minutes for silent reflection in Discourse, post-it notes, or in thought. Facilitator will discuss how to contribute to Discourse.


    • What will be the challenges for teaching others these skills, and what are possible solutions?
    • Plus/Delta: What did you like about the training in general? What would you change?
    • Fill in the blank: I used to think ________, and now I think __________?