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Hive is oct2014


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Hive NYC orientation slide deck. October 2014

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Hive is oct2014

  1. 1. A partner not a funder
  2. 2. Connected Learning in Action
  3. 3. Different by design stewarded by Mozilla promoting openness, innovation and opportunity on the Internet
  4. 4. An open source approach opportunities for exploration, experimentation, iteration, and shared discovery
  5. 5. A network that learns A network for learning
  6. 6. Core Principles & Practices
  7. 7. RELEVANT & CONSEQUENTIAL designing #MORETHANAQUOTA experiences to address the needs and potential of youth ChangeMakers Urban Arts Projects/Make the Road/Latino Justice
  8. 8. EQUITABLE & ACCESSIBLE building learning opportunities in a way that fosters inoperability
  9. 9. ENGAGING & PARTICIPATORY supporting exploratory innovation practices that lead to new ideas State of the Hive Meetup, March 2014
  10. 10. RELEVANT & CONSEQUENTIAL addressing needs and potential of youth and teens, with learning and interests linked to academic achievement, career success or civic engagement. ! #MORETHANAQUOTA ! • cross-sector partnerships
  11. 11. WORKING OPEN valuing discovery, acquisition of knowledge, and sharing this process with others
  12. 12. Get Involved
  13. 13. Community Calls Hive hosts monthly online meetings. Community and invited guests discuss and work on ideas around shared topics and concerns. Guests are welcome to contribute content and/or listen in. It is great way to learn more about what is going on in Hive NYC.
  14. 14. Meet Ups Hive hosts monthly meet ups for community members to come together around common interests, challenges and ideas. The location changes every month and various Hive community members present projects, facilitate activities or lead these hand-ons and participatory sessions.
  15. 15. Hive Pop-ups & Events Maker Parties, Pop-Ups, skill shares, and game jams are just a few of the ways Hive community members explore, experiment and iterate together.
  16. 16. Sharing (and Learning) Openly Individual Hive NYC stakeholders meet online to provide feedback and circulate discoveries. The online forum Discourse provides a platform for various Hive communities to connect and share across practices.
  17. 17. Cohort Learning Lab Groups of Hive NYC community members gather to share discoveries, surface challenges and propose solutions on various issues and topics. Deep-Dives can happen online or in person.
  18. 18. Funded Partnerships Projects funded by the Hive Digital Media Learning Fund are designed to develop new ideas and practices and scale the ones that work. That process is shared openly on the web, in meet-ups and in discussion platforms.
  19. 19. Hive Design Charrettes Diverse stakeholders work with facilitators in a concentrated amount of time to build a strategic plan, playtest an idea or deconstruct a persistent challenge.
  20. 20. Teach The Web Hive is a local driver of Mozilla’s global campaign to democratize and teach the web. Mozilla’s Webmaker tools and programs empower educators to share content, mentor learners and remix curriculum.