Thank you to everyone that participated in this event.

Thank you to everyone that participated in this event. The collaborative document is now completely filled with valuable insights and resources for further exploration. Here is how you can continue the conversation.

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This is going to be an amazing roundtable on how we are Actually Shifting Practice using badges for Professional Learning. This is a follow up to our previous roundtable on Badges for Learning (http://bit.ly/badgesroundtable).

Roundtable purpose:

This roundtable will help to identify the ways in which we can use Outcome-based Badges (rather than badging for seat-time) to shift practice for teachers and leaders.

Roundtable audience:

Teachers and Leaders who are looking to create and/or use a badging system within professional learning environments

Organizations who are looking to help teachers and leaders to create micro-credentials for professional learning

Essential Questions:

How do we eliminate badges for seat-time?

What are the tools to implement badges for professional learning?

What are the models for professional learning that are best supported by badges?

What does the “back of the badge” look like for adult learners?

How does self-reflection become a part of a badging system?

9 Comments

  1. The big take away for me was that you need to start with a design team that is focused on creating multiple levels of badges. It was a great discussion on big medium and small badges. The small badges are about engagement and participation whereas the large badges are about reflection and sharing.

  2. The big take away for me was that you need to start with a design team that is focused on creating multiple levels of badges. It was a great discussion on big medium and small badges. The small badges are about engagement and participation whereas the large badges are about reflection and sharing.

  3. The big take away for me was that you need to start with a design team that is focused on creating multiple levels of badges. It was a great discussion on big medium and small badges. The small badges are about engagement and participation whereas the large badges are about reflection and sharing.

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