Open Badges
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Open Badges
Articles relating to the open, standards-based accreditation and recognition framework, Open Badges and the Mozilla OBI. (Note, this is not an official Mozilla channel)
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Discovering pathways

Discovering pathways | Open Badges | Scoop.it
For the past couple of months I have been working with the Mozilla Open Badges team on the Open Badges Discovery project. The project is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and we are d...
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I would welcome feedback on the topic of my latest blog post (on my new blog), on quiz developments for the Mozilla Open Badges Discovery project. 

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Badge pathways: part 2, the "quel"

Badge pathways: part 2, the "quel" | Open Badges | Scoop.it
          In the badge pathways paraquel post we discussed the importance of the whole system and how your badges can coalesce into something greater than its parts. But le...
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grainnehamilton's curator insight, May 14, 2013 6:50 AM

Thought provoking insights into the types of pathways badge earners might take, which I've been pondering in relation to how I group the badges I will be issuing in the future and how much I set out specific pathways. I tend to err towards a lightweight touch, leaving the control for moving through badge series I've created, to the earner but I can also see situations where I might suggest pathways through certain badges to lead towards a meta-badge - such as one for our Digital Practitioner badges, that could perhaps build up towards gaining an overarching Digital Practitioner badge...however, given that the digital practitioner will always be evolving, is it appropriate to have a badge that says you have cracked it at a given point in time? So perhaps just allowing a user to build up badges under the constantly evolving Digital Practitioner badge series, would be most appropriate... As ever Carla Casilli's blog posts provide lots to think about!