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Just caught up with the archive from yesterday's Connected Learning webinar on "Discovering Pathways Through Connected Learning" that focuses on badges on learning. Hands down the best and most thoughtful conversation I've heard yet about badges and learning--worth 60 minutes of your time whether or not you think you are interested in badges and learning. Very appreciative of such a thoughtful and rich discussion that gets beyond the "shiny" and low hanging fruit that people tend to grab onto and then never develop any depth. http://connectedlearning.tv/discovering-pathways-through-connected-learning
Spotlight covers the intersections of technology and education, going behind the research to show how digital media is used in and out of classrooms to expand learning.
Buffy J. Hamilton's insight:
A must read for anyone interested in badging--she echoes Kristin Fontichiaro's assertion that the most interesting part is not the badges but the learning pathways. Great reflections here on badges, learning, and how equity is a central issue. I also loved she referenced Bill Penuel, someone whose work I have discovered this year and admire greatly.
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