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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
Follow Philippe, he created his own badge to claim a skill
Philippe – 48 – trainer
He has created his own badge to claim a skill
Philippe is a self-paced learner who is used to train through resources on the Internet. He has experience in videoconference animation. He decides to publish his own badge and adds evidence of his competence. He also asks people who can testify to his competence to endorse his badge.
Philippe received endorsements from members outside his community!
He is spotted by Agnès, headmaster of an agricultural school who wants to train her assistants to use videoconferencing as a regular way of working. She’s looking for someone to train her teams.
She goes through the Open badge passport gallery and discovers the badge “Videoconferencing Animator” held by Philippe. She contacts him and he agrees to train his teams.
Open badges offer opportunities to pass on your know-how to others