Are Open Badges the     Future forRecognising Skills?                facilitated by  Phil Barker, Doug Belshaw, Simon Gran...
Links to presentations    For Doug Belshaws slides, see        http://www.slideshare.net/dajbelshaw/are-open-badges-the-...
Scenario 1: formativeassessment in high-stakes field    strengths                           weaknesses        continuou...
Scenario 2: badges incommunities of practice    strengths                             weaknesses        recognition by ...
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#cetis12 badge session summary

  1. 1. Are Open Badges the Future forRecognising Skills? facilitated by Phil Barker, Doug Belshaw, Simon Grant CETIS Conference, Nottingham 2012-02-23 1
  2. 2. Links to presentations  For Doug Belshaws slides, see  http://www.slideshare.net/dajbelshaw/are-open-badges-the-future-for-recognition-of-skills  For Simon Grants slides, see  http://www.slideshare.net/asimong/some-requirements-for-badge-systems  Session page with many more links  http://wiki.cetis.ac.uk/Are_open_badges_the_future_for_recognition_of_skills%3F 2
  3. 3. Scenario 1: formativeassessment in high-stakes field  strengths  weaknesses  continuous, expires if not  new therefore not trusted renewed  machine processable as well as human-readable  cumulative  opportunities  threats  works well with highly  perception of being trivial competitive students  unwelcome addition to  transfer between current systems institutions 3
  4. 4. Scenario 2: badges incommunities of practice  strengths  weaknesses  recognition by community  lack of context of practice  range, scope etc.  transferability to other  people unwilling to dig into communities detail offered  unclear governance  opportunities  proliferation  currency outside the community  threats  over-simplification  could include qualifications  brand recognition  branding opportunity dominates quality  invitation to examine  issuing by inappropriate evidence in detail bodies 4
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