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The 6 Best Word Cloud Tools for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Docentes: ¿Inmigrantes o peregrinos digitales?

The 6 Best Word Cloud Tools for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Docentes:  ¿Inmigrantes o peregrinos digitales? | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it
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Summarize Any Article or Web Page with CruxLight

Summarize Any Article or Web Page with CruxLight | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it

 

 


Via Robin Good
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Robin's comment is probably much better than what this reviewer would say.

 

Robin ( http://www.scoop.it/u/RobinGood ;), please pardon my copying your curator comment buried below.

 

Robin: 

"Cruxlight is a free browser extension (for Chrome, Safari and Firefox) which allows you to easily summarize any web page or article, while identifying its key topics.


CruxLight gives you the ability to select how long you want your summary to be, while it automatically highlights keyphrases and important keywords inside the article. You can then select a particular keyword from the ones that Cruxlight has identified and view a summary pivoted around that keyword topic.


Share and print easily the summary of any article.


Free to use.

 

More info: http://www.cruxlight.com/

 

Firefox extension: https://app-cruxlight.appspot.com/extensions/firefox/cruxlight.xpi ";

 

Thanks Again, Robin

 

 

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173 Sud's curator insight, February 8, 2013 3:28 PM

 

CruxLight, une Extension Chrome et Firefox, résume automatiquement les pages web (anglais seulement). Elle vous donne également les mots clés importants autour desquels s'articule l'article. De plus, les passages essentiels sont surlignés.

le Targat's curator insight, January 30, 2014 4:38 AM

a tester !! Pourrait se réveler pratique pour la lecture rapide

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64 Google+ Content Strategies [Infographic] | Copyblogger

64 Google+ Content Strategies [Infographic] | Copyblogger | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it

Excerpted from article by Copyblogger:

"Google+ isn’t only a social network. It’s the very backbone (and future) of Google itself.

 

If you’re a writer, this is either going to be very good for your career, or you’ll risk becoming relatively invisible online.

If you’d like to land solidly in the former camp of writers, the question becomes one of how to use Google+ to further your own goals.

 

With that in mind, I’ve put together an infographic for you that outlines 64 strategies that every writer and content producer can put into action, and start reaping the rewards of intelligently engaging with Google+..."

 

Read full article here:

http://www.copyblogger.com/google-plus-content-strategies/

 


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Pedro Barbosa's curator insight, February 7, 2013 10:23 AM

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CristianMazzoni's curator insight, February 8, 2013 3:24 AM

Interessante #infografica su come attuare strategie per i  propri contenuti utilizzando #Google+, che personalmente ancora non utilizzo molto ma potrebbe essere uno spunto di chiarimento e comprensione...

Sylvie Mercier's comment, February 28, 2013 4:28 AM
Thanks pretty clear
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+ The Maker Movement and STEM Education

"Margaret Honey and Eric Siegel feel that the Maker Movement has the potential to transform STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) learning.

 

...Makers delight in tinkering, hacking, creating and re-using materials and technology. They have organized themselves into thriving communities, we read, in which they create objects that they are passionate about." from source: http://dyslexia.wordpress.com/

 

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The Maker Movement has created passion in students and others. Students involved with STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) are not only making, but have discovered the delights of tinkering as they learn about topics in this area. This reviewer (not a teacher) believes that children and young adults have the most creative potential when they have been told "that's impossible."  Or just the opposite, if told "that's impossible," they go ahead and prove the nay sayers wrong. So start Tinkering and Making new things.

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ghbrett's curator insight, February 7, 2013 4:00 PM

The Maker Movement has created passion in students and others. Students involved with STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) are not only making, but have discovered the delights of tinkering as they learn about topics in this area. This reviewer (not a teacher) believes that children and young adults have the most creative potential when they have been told "that's impossible."  Or just the opposite, if told "that's impossible," they go ahead and prove the nay sayers wrong. So start Tinkering and Making new things.

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Data Analytics & Big Data: An infographic guide

Data Analytics & Big Data: An infographic guide | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it

The quick reference guide to big data and data analytics; from the definition to the history and future applications of big data.


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Aurélia-Claire Jaeger's curator insight, January 31, 2013 3:03 AM

Superbe infographie pour un résumé en image !

Shawn Neville's curator insight, January 31, 2013 10:49 AM

Big Data clarity from Deloitte....

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My Education Path :: Find online courses and get free education!

My Education Path :: Find online courses and get free education! | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it
myeducationpath.com helps you navigate in e-learning sources. we try to systematize information about online education. you can use this service to find online courses, share comments and reviews.

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Networked Learning Explained ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Networked Learning Explained ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it

Students today learn through groups most of which are virtual. They learn and share what they know through social media.Simply put: they network to learn. As teachers and educators we need to  help them thrive in these new learning environments and this can not be done unless we ourselves know and appreciate the concept of networked learning.To shed some light on this concept, I am sharing with you one of the most popular videos done in this regard and I am also introducing you to a great graphic on connected learning . Check them below and let us know what you think of them. Enjoy


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Heike Bruton's curator insight, February 9, 2013 10:12 AM

Does what it says on the tin. Useful, thanks!

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Learning Cartography: It’s All in the Details « A Cartographer's Toolkit

RT @PetersonGIS: Learning Cartography: It's All in the Details http://t.co/vOcTeTEG
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A brief, yet worthwhile lesson on cartography. Part of the lesson is descriptive with details of the requirements of cartography. The other part is a link to a large worldwide map with the subject matter arranged in a form matching the articles requirements.

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Reinventing Project-Based Learning

Reinventing Project-Based Learning | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it
Several of the Midwest Education Technology Conference Advisory Committee members have volunteered to read the books being offered at the METC book store  and are providing brief reviews on the con...
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An interesting read. Project based learning can be one on one or provide a platform for group learning. 

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16 Excellent iPad Apps for Social Studies ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

16 Excellent iPad Apps for Social Studies ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it

Via Dr. Susan Bainbridge
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A collection of some interesting applications.

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The Learning Curve compares education systems around the world | Vancouver Sun

The Learning Curve compares education systems around the world | Vancouver Sun | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it
A new report has joined PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment) and TIMSS (Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study) in comparing education systems.
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SocialFish | MUST READ: Clay Shirky on Disruption

SocialFish | MUST READ: Clay Shirky on Disruption | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it

"Now, this imminent disruption to higher education that Shirky goes on to describe is not a new topic, at least not in social media circles where we love to discuss the disruption of anything and everything (and, in fact, wrote a book about it).  But the higher education issue is one that I am concerned that not enough associations are thinking about (that I can see).  Associations, most of them anyway, are in the business of professional development for the people in their industries.  Are you positioning yourself to be part of the new world of social learning when it starts to happen overnight?  What happens to the millions of new college graduates in a couple of years who are used to learning online? Will they find the educational resources they need from your association website?  Will it be easy to navigate?  Will they be able to share educational courses, or videos, or quizzes, or anything else with their peers on a topic-by-topic basis?  Will they be able to include their peers, including some who may not specifically be signed up to your webinars, in their learning?  Will they find it easy to conduct online discussions around your educational content with people across the globe and in different time zones?  Will they be able to dip in and out however they please?  Will they be able to get the CE/CME/CPE/CEU and every other continuing education credit they might need in the ways that they need them?" from the source: http://www.socialfish.org/

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ghbrett's curator insight, January 21, 2013 7:47 PM

For the past decade or more Higher Education, among other industries, has lived in a climate of paradox. This reviewer was on the "Academic Computing" side of the fence where the innovators and free range chickens were exploring new technologies (aka "shiny new toy"), but at the same time making contributions to the corpus of knowledge that the Academy demands. On the other side of the fence were the "Administrative Computing" folk. They represented the business aspects of education. Their reputation was much like a secret society that kept everything locked up and hidden from the world. Since then there have been different attempts to blend libraries with academic computing, administrative computing, and oh yes, telephones and television on campus. Pardon the long prelude, but this article is a refreshing lead into a post from Clay Shirkey on the "imminent disruption to higher education" in general from social media, open everything, ubiquitous computing. And believe it or not, the new digital generation does know where the OFF SWITCH is. The problem is that many of the older generation don't know where the ON SWITCH in.

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The Science of “Chunking,” Working Memory, and How Pattern Recognition Fuels Creativity

The Science of “Chunking,” Working Memory, and How Pattern Recognition Fuels Creativity | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it

"The process of combining more primitive pieces of information to create something more meaningful is a crucial aspect both of learning and of consciousness and is one of the defining features of human experience. Once we have reached adulthood, we have decades of intensive learning behind us, where the discovery of thousands of useful combinations of features, as well as combinations of combinations and so on, has collectively generated an amazingly rich, hierarchical model of the world. Inside us is also written a multitude of mini strategies about how to direct our attention in order to maximize further learning. We can allow our attention to roam anywhere around us and glean interesting new clues about any facet of our local environment, to compare and potentially add to our extensive internal model."


Via Howard Rheingold
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Robert Horn in his books, "Hypertext" 1989, and "Visual Language" 1998 also advocated the notion of "Chunking" information into segments that a reader / viewer could grasp effectively without being overwhelmed. This looks to be an interesting read. Thanks, Howard!

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luiy's comment, January 30, 2013 11:49 AM
What makes the difference, Bor argues, is a concept called chunking, which allows us to hack the limits of our working memory — a kind of cognitive compression mechanism wherein we parse information into chunks that are more memorable and easier to process than the seemingly random bits of which they’re composed.
wayne_b's curator insight, February 6, 2013 10:58 AM

It is the process of combining various pieces of information to create something new and more meaningful - that is our learning process. As we combine information from one person or site, and add the thoughts of someone else, that we generate new ideas or expressions of those combined thoughts.

Anne Macdonell's curator insight, May 14, 2013 8:27 AM

Tech fuels chunking info and curation.

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NMC Horizon Report > 2013 Higher Education Edition

NMC Horizon Report > 2013 Higher Education Edition | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it

"The NMC Horizon Report > 2013 Higher Education Edition is a collaborative effort between the NMC and the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI), an EDUCAUSE Program.

 

The tenth edition describes annual findings from the NMC Horizon Project, a decade-long research project designed to identify and describe emerging technologies likely to have an impact on learning, teaching, and creative inquiry in higher education. Six emerging technologies are identified across three adoption horizons over the next one to five years, as well as key trends and challenges expected to continue over the same period, giving campus leaders and practitioners a valuable guide for strategic technology planning." from source: http://www.nmc.org/

 

The abbreviated list:

 

Time to adoption:

- < 1 year:   Massively Open Online Courses and Tablet Computing
- 2-3 years: Games and Gamification and Learning Analytics
- 4-5 years: 3D Printing and Wearable Technology

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The NMC Horizon Report has been a most useful document for me since I first found out about it a couple years ago. I contains information that is relevant to many disciplines, K-12, Higher Education, Corporate and Government Training / Education or for anyone interested in Information, Computer, and Communications Technologies.

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ghbrett's curator insight, February 7, 2013 3:29 PM

The NMC Horizon Report has been a most useful document for me since I first found out about it a couple years ago. I contains information that is relevant to many disciplines, K-12, Higher Education, Corporate and Government Training / Education or for anyone interested in Information, Computer, and Communications Technologies.

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The Student's Online Research Cheat Sheet [Infographic]

The Student's Online Research Cheat Sheet [Infographic] | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it
There's a lot more to online research than Google. This handy flowchart we've lovingly dubbed 'The Students Online Research Cheat Sheet' should help.

Via Gust MEES, juandoming
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This should prove to be a starting point for students and individuals who suffer from Information overload. Also, it informs about other resources than just Google for meaningful content.

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Gust MEES's curator insight, February 7, 2013 11:38 AM

A MUST have...

 

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10 Tools for Creating Infographics and Visualizations

10 Tools for Creating Infographics and Visualizations | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it
Communicating visually is one of the most effective ways to explain complex concepts and relationships, both internally with your teammates and externally with your clients.
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Infographics are emerging as very useful graphics that provide abridged or condensed information about a topic in one "poster" or image. Here are some tools to assist you to create your own infographics.

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How to Create Your Own Textbook — With or Without Apple | MindShift

How to Create Your Own Textbook — With or Without Apple | MindShift | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it
Aggregation, curation, creation: A step-by-step guide to creating your own textbook -- and involving your students along the way. 

 

"Apple’s iBooks2 and authoring app has created big waves in education circles. But smart educators don’t necessarily need Apple’s slick devices and software to create their own books. How educators think of content curation in the classroom is enough to change their reliance on print textbooks.

 

As the open education movement continues to grow and become an even more rich trove of resources, teachers can use the content to make their own interactive textbooks. It might seem daunting, but the availability of quality materials online and the power of tapping into personal learning networks should make it easier.

 

Here’s how to create a digital textbook and strategies for involving the students in its development in three steps." -- from source: http://blogs.kqed.org/

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A short but useful article / cook book on creating eTextBooks for Apple iBooks. The author cites 3 categories, includes a useful chart and closes with links to related & useful sites. A worth while read.

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Vol 5, No 1 (2013)

Vol 5, No 1 (2013) | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it
Open Praxis is a peer-reviewed open access scholarly journal focusing on research and innovation in open, distance and flexible education

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amber thomas's curator insight, January 31, 2013 12:05 PM

nice mix of articles, not just from the uk-canada posse ;-)

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9 Insider Tips for Creating a Killer Explainer Video | KISSmetrics

9 Insider Tips for Creating a Killer Explainer Video | KISSmetrics | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it

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"Here are 9 insider tips for creating a killer explainer video that clearly describes your business and drives more sales.

1. It’s All About the Script:
A well written script is the key to a successful explainer video. It’s the foundation upon which everything else is built. In most cases, it helps to have an “outsider” write the script. Choose someone who can take a fresh look at your company and explain it in a way that anyone can understand.

2. The Shorter the Better:
According to writer and creative director, Helen Klein Ross, “the less you say, the more likely people are to remember.” We realize you have a lot you want to tell people about your business, but this video is meant to be an overview, the “hook” that gets people interested in taking the next step.
The typical rule of thumb in the industry is 150 words per minute.

3. KISS (Keep it Simple Silly):
Good explainer videos focus on 4 simple things:
- The problem – Address the pain your customers are having (0:00-0:20)
- The solution – Introduce your product or service as the answer (0:20-0:25)
- How it works – Briefly describe how it works or how to get started (0:25-0:50)
- A call to action – Tell people what to do next (0:50-0:60)

4. Benefits, not Features:
It’s the benefits that really matter to customers.
Instead of droning on about technical nonsense, tell people how your product or service is going to make their lives better.

5. Use a Professional Voice:
There are plenty of options out there, but a good place to start is Voices.com.

6. Have Some Fun:
It’s important to develop a video that resonates with your audience. But we’ve found that regardless of who’s watching one thing is always true – people love to be entertained.
Adding something a little different to your video, whether it’s humor, a surprise, or something downright wacky, can go a long way.

7. Visuals are Secondary:
The key is using visuals that help illustrate the story and reinforce the voiceover. You’re not looking to create the next Avatar. In fact, too much detail and whizbang visual effects can distract from the message

8. Set the Tone with Music:
Most of the time we research music after the video is complete, locating a tune that fits the mood. We often use services like Premiumbeat.com, Tunefruit, or audiojungle that have thousands of options for $100 or less.

9. Plan for the Launch:
A successful video launch consists of 3 things:
- Select a video host...
- Have a marketing plan...
- Integrate the video on your website..."

 


Read full original article here:

http://blog.kissmetrics.com/creating-a-explainer-video/

 

 


Via Giuseppe Mauriello, Jimun Gimm
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This reviewer was a script writer once upon a time. This article hits the most needed elements of a brief instructional video spot on. A Great Read for sure.

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Elsie Whitelock's curator insight, May 5, 2013 8:49 AM

short and sweet help..

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Ten Tough Questions for Digital Learning Day

Ten Tough Questions for Digital Learning Day | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it
Ten Tough Questions for Digital Learning Day http://t.co/BMjugAqK via @educationweek

 

Thanks @DaveBarryEdD for this thoughtful article. Here are opening paragraphs, read more on the blog for the questions" 

 

I'm looking ahead this week to Digital Learning Day on February 6th. It's a day supported by a diverse set of educators and institutional partners, designed to celebrate the possibilities of digital technologies and learning.

 

It should also, I think, be a day for asking tough questions and reflecting about our limited progress in using technology to enrich schooling. The Web is full of truly extraordinary exemplar projects demonstrating powerful applications of technology in learning settings, where students collaborate across cultures, solve meaningful problems, and rehearse for a networked world. But as extraordinary as the exemplars are, in most cases teachers use technology to extend existing practices, and the limited cases where technology fosters innovation disproportionately benefit affluent students." from source: http://blogs.edweek.org/

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This is one of those time when it helps to stop and ask ourselves WHY. Dave has presented us with at least 10 things to think about for Digital Learning Day. How did your institution rate?

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Rue How-To: A Simple Guide to Pinterest

Rue How-To: A Simple Guide to Pinterest | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it
By now, you've probably heard of Pinterest (and the many reasons we're all obsessed with it) - but what exactly is it?
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A useful source for understanding the culture and workings of Pinterest. It is more than just a collections of image.

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Engadget\'s tablet buyer\'s guide: winter 2013 edition

Engadget\'s tablet buyer\'s guide: winter 2013 edition | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it
As we begin 2013, we\'re stuck in a kind of tablet limbo.
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Engadget may not give you the answer, but it will at least provide you with some examples and critieria to examine tablets for educational use.

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The Flipped Classroom: Turning the Traditional Classroom on its Head

Many educators are experimenting with the idea of a flipped classroom model. Find out what it is and why everyone's talking about it.

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Scott Turner's curator insight, February 4, 2013 3:26 AM

really clear visuals on this topic

Beatriz Montesinos's curator insight, February 4, 2013 5:31 AM

Me encanta el formato de las "clases al revés". Las aulas se convierten en un espacio para la interacción y la actividad mental, no en una simple reiteración de conceptos.

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Why now? The importance of early learning for lifelong success.

Why now?  The importance of early learning for lifelong success. | Education Tech & Tools | Scoop.it
Kidaptive is a company whose long-term mission is to contribute to the disruption of current educational practice and the transformation of how children learn.  Our first title, Leo's Pad, focuses ...
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Chromebook Trial: Open Badges Tinkering


Via DML Competition
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Social Media applications have been using badges as recognition and awards for some time now. Lately the location based application like FourSquare have been more aggressive. This reviewer can see how open online courseware could adopt Badges as interim solutions to awarding grades or certificates until there is a more rational accreditation process. Or perhaps, the badges will build enough street cred that we won't need to parchment or sheep skin to prove our worth. 

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DML Competition's curator insight, January 18, 2013 11:25 AM

Bit if a tangent for this post, but as Open Badges aren't well catered for in Google Apps and I have had to explore workarounds for Chromebooks, relevant!

I'm attending an Open Badges meetup in London next week to talk about recognising the skills of digital leaders.  I'm really excited to have been invited because as a Trust we really want to develop and enhance the role of digital leaders and have them link between academies and work together.  I'm also looking forward to it because much as I love the idea of Open Badges, I find the published info and material a bit of a labyrinth of technical geekery and frankly I haven't had time to decode it.

I got my head around storing badges and publishing them after some mucking about over Christmas - if you use beta.openbadges.org it isn't difficult to open an account there (using your Google ID perhaps) and have a place to receive and share your badges.  This is my current crop of awards - not too impressive I'm afraid!

I've added a link to my backpack to my email signature to use at Eastfield and The Arbours which seems to be a nice and simple way to display them although it would be way, way more fun to have the row of badges at the bottom much like many school letterheads became....

AAEEBL's curator insight, January 20, 2013 10:50 PM

Badging is an interesting area for creating evidence, credentialing, and recognizing learning.