This week I’ve been:
- Taking holiday on Monday and Friday. We spent the weekend at a family party and at Legoland (which was awesome), driving back on Monday. I took Friday off as I had a migraine on Wednesday and a day full of calls on Thursday.
- Talking with UNESCO about a range of ways they can work with Mozilla, including Firefox OS, Webmaker, Open Badges and the Web Literacy Standard. Exciting times!
- Hosting the weekly Open Badges community call. While I had a migraine. I could hardly see the screen because of the aura I get!
- Persuading Decoded to align their learning activities with the Web Literacy Standard – and be judges for part of an upcoming contest we’re planning to align with the standard.
- Planning an eAssessment Scotland session with Steve Sidaway on Open Badges.
- Sorting out my move to the Mozilla Mentor team with Erin Knight and Chris Lawrence I’ll explain what’s happening in a separate post soon.
- Sending my Mozilla-provided Nexus 7 to Jade Forester as I use my iPad Mini all the time now.
- Getting new colleagues Meg Cole-Karagoy and An-Me Chung up-to-date with the state of Open Badges in the UK/Europe.
- Talking to Telefonica about how they can use Open Badges and the Web Literacy Standard.
- Planning an updated version of the School of Webcraft with P2PU.
- Liaising with OCR and Computing At School about next week’s meeting on Open Badges for professional development. I’m looking forward to catching some of MozPub afterwards, too.
Next week I’m planning to work from the Ignite100 co-working space in Newcastle on Monday, spend Wednesday in London for the OCR/CAS meeting, and then it’s Maker Party Newcastle next Saturday!