I wrapped up my internship with Mozilla on December 31st, 2014. It’s been a crazy eventful and amazing collection of memories. In collaboration with Hivelabs (Hive Learning Network) and Mozilla Foundation, the role focused on knocking down conventional interpretations of learning in order to teach basic webmaking skills such as HTML and CSS, while working with unique interactive content.
The majority of this work was under co-supervision of Kat Braybrooke. At the conclusion of the internship, I published an educational curriculum focused on Action Incubators (applied Design Thinking impromptu workshops for festival-conferences) and 3D-Printing Teaching Kit (introduction to 3D modeling and prototyping software, applied tools, and techniques available in Sketchup, TinkerCAD, and AUTOCAD). In addition, the Activities also focused on knowledge of different hardware models and creator-building process of 3D printers, designing a 3D model based on 2D and 3D prototypes, and converting files.
1. Educational Curriculum Teaching Kit and Design Portfolio
- 3D Printing Teaching Kit available on Webmaker
- 3D Printing Teaching related Activities available on Webmaker
- Action Incubator and applied Design Thinking Workshop Activities for Festival-Conferences
2. Design brief for the educational technology project available onWebmaker and Etherpad
- 3D Printing Teaching Kit and Resources hosted on Etherpad
- Action Incubators and Resources hosted on Etherpad
3. Archive of documenting research and Design Thinking