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Use case 1 - Building a learning community around digital practices within agricultural education schools
With this project that will start in September 2019 in France, we show how opening recognition can help to foster collaboration and sharing of digital practices in the education field, between teachers, trainers and learners. We give examples of how informal recognition is empowering the members and how they can get recognition from outside their community.
- Follow Fabien who is to going to build his personal recognition space
- Follow Sophie who wants to develop her skills on GIS
- Follow Christophe who wants to show his commitment to a project
- Follow Anthony, who claims the same open badges as his apprentices
- Follow Philippe, he created his own badge to claim a skill
- Follow Michèle, looking for testimonies on digital practices
- Follow Antoine whose illustrator talent was discovered by his headmaster
Use case 2 - Open badges uses in a FabLab
Recognizing learning, skills, training and lifelong experiences, is the initial purpose of open badges.
Some examples of badges of knowledge, know-how and soft-skills.
Badges of knowledge and know-how but also participation in training are there to recognize commitments and participations. But, beyond this recognition, the latest developments of badges allowing their sharing, their endorsement, their co-creation, … also opens many perspectives to formalize networks and communities at the service of inclusion, orientation and employment.