New Course! Simple Steps To Implementing Digital Badges
Are you curious about digital badges? Digital badges are an online version of the traditional badges applied to education. Using digital badges you can recognize students’ achievements in specific learning objectives. Students get excited about and engaged with those learning objectives just as they strive to earn badges in digital games.
Karin Hallett, teacher-librarian at the Martin J. Gottlieb Day School in Jacksonville, FL. is the author of our newest online course Simple Steps to Implementing Digital Badges. Meet Karin by watching the trailer below and learn a bit more about this course.
You can take this course as a stand-alone, applying it to learning objectives in your classroom, including your subject area goals, learning habits and/or 21st-century skills. Karin teaches the skills and shares free tools, so even if you are a novice, you will be able to create and use your own digital badges. You can also explore our other courses and connect the idea of digital badges to those.
Below is a graph of how our courses may connect. The graph also indicates titles of some of our blog posts that address related topics. Below you can access each one of these related posts, as we want to support your learning growth before you can make decisions to dig deeper into our courses:
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- Focus on Learning Instead of Tech
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