Events bring new webmakers to life, form community, and add a party atmosphere to the digital world. Start by checking out our teaching kits at webmaker.org/teach and decide the kind of lessons you want to teach. Remember, you can remix them so they are more fitting to your learning
Table of Contents1 Use the kits2 Teach the kits3 Hack the kits3.1 Use your Title and Summary to "sell" your kit.3.2 Use your Description to give more detail.3.3 Listing Learning Objectives will help you focus.3.4 Explain what learners will make3.5 It's important to pose
We've done some great work, but we need your help! Here's how you can give feedback and improve the mentoring process. Participate in surveys The Webmaker Mentor community is always innovating and changing, which is why we've put together a couple of surveys that can
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Don't worry, you're not alone! Here are some pointers to keep in mind, and places to go for help. Event Formats There are three event formats that we've already prepared for you, along with guides and related resource packed full of tips and tricks for success. These
Webmaker Mentors are fiercely unconventional technologists, thinkers, and creators. We care about empowering everyone to be makers of the web – and pushing the limits of what's possible online. We help learners make amazing things on the web and level up their digital skills as
You're awesome! Here's how to spread the word and keep the Webmaker energy alive after a successful event. Write a blog post that includes photos of all the action and links to things that people made. Example: Kent International Jamboree Maker Party Tweet it out to hashtag
Sometimes the events platform at webmaker.org/events can be a little finnicky. We are working hard to fix the bugs and appreciate your patience. If you are having problems, email us email@example.com - and we will personally make sure your event shows up properly. It says