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Credly. How can I embed Credit on my web site or blog? Credly gives you the ability to embed earned Credit and badges on to your own web site or blog.

How can I embed Credit on my web site or blog?

We also give a range of configuration options so you can choose the look and feel of the Credit as it appears on your own site. Visit your “My Credit” section from the user menu at the top right corner of the site, and visit your “Categories” page. Personal Categories help you manage your Credit and make it easy to share select Credit to your social networks or your own website or blog. Add new personal Categories from your “My Credit” page by clicking the “Add Category” button at the bottom of the page. (Learn more about personal “Categories.”) On the “Categories” page you will also see an </> icon associated with each category you have created. After you select a grid option (i.e. the 540px grid), the “Get Embed Code” button will appear. Other options include: Thinking about Digital Literacy. Getting Started – Course Badges.


Getting Started – Course Badges

5 Great Resources for Creating Digital Badges - LearningMesh. Recent attention within the scope of digital learning has focused on the use of digital badges to recognize a learner’s achievement and proficiency through course objectives.

5 Great Resources for Creating Digital Badges - LearningMesh

For those with boy scout or girl scout experience, you may recall receiving multiple badges after demonstrating knowledge and application on various skills. Or, if you’re a regular Foursquare user that likes to check-in at various locations, perhaps you’ve received badges for your journeys and usage. (Too see a list of Foursquare badges, check out this link on all the potential Foursquare badges you can earn.) Similarly, online learners can earn various digital badges for their progress through digital coursework on certain learning management systems. Digital badges have the capacity to become great motivators for online learners. Inbox (1,724) - mamillen - Mail.

Motivating Literacy: Digital Badges in the School Library « 21st Century Learning. Most of my 2nd to 5th grade students tend to read within the same literary genre.

Motivating Literacy: Digital Badges in the School Library « 21st Century Learning

Fantasy is by far the most popular, from the Magic Tree House to the Deltora Quest and Percy Jackson series. To motivate my students to explore other genres as well, I’ve decided to begin Badging the Library. It’s baby steps at first, but I am hoping to expand eventually. You all have seen digital badges--maybe in the form of a community badge displayed in the sidebar of your favorite blog? Or possibly you’ve downloaded AASL’s Rising to the Challenge conference attendance badge? How do i make digital badges for elementary students. The Evolving use of Badges in Education.

Today’s schools commonly use grade-based evaluations where students get rewarded for the knowledge they gain.

The Evolving use of Badges in Education

Students are evaluated and rewarded with grades and sometimes other types of rewards, for tasks such as projects, behavior, skills, and taking tests. Evaluations are one way to reward learning. The rewards may come in the form of a grade (number, letter), words, badges, stickers, certificates, medals, trophies, money, or prizes. The rewards may be determined by peer, self, or teacher-based assessments. Rewards are a way to motivate students to learn. Reports from studies conducted on the brain indicate that rewards promote learning. Rewards can be physical or virtual. Virtual Rewards are Beginning to Displace Costly Physical Rewards Badges, trophies, medals and other physical rewards have turned into a business and schools pay a good deal of money for these physical rewards. Webmaker Training: Teach the Web. A University for the Web. Built by an open community.

It's even more Peer Powered We know learning is more fun with friends.

A University for the Web. Built by an open community

We've kept the best part of the School of Webcraft and made it the core of everything we do to #TeachTheWeb. We work alongside our peers, ask each other for help, and offer expertise to those in need. The Webmaker Community supports each other in our community forum. Competition Winners. Digital Badges - Digital Age Teaching & Learning. General Badge Info - Learning today happens everywhere.

Digital Badges - Digital Age Teaching & Learning

EmergingEdTech. Education Technology. Internet and instructional technologies for teachers & other educators. Online Rewards for Schools. The Evolving use of Badges in Education. BadgeOS. Highline has developed an innovative new way to help students explore and expand their interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) areas of study.

The goal of the new program is to prepare students for the 21st-century workplaces and help them learn about STEM careers. The Trust Challenge. The Trust Challenge funds successful collaborations or “laboratories” where challenges to trust in connected learning environments can be identified and addressed.

The Trust Challenge

Successful labs will create scalable, innovative, and transformative exemplars of connected learning that bridge technological solutions with complex social considerations of trust. Awards $10,000 to $150,000 year-long development grants$5,000 technology grants$1.2 million will be awarded in total. Development grant award amounts will be determined by project feasibility and complexity, team member expertise, length of time required to complete the work, and level of institutional support.

Student Awards: Digital Badges Make a Debut. For about 10 years of my childhood, I was a Girl Scout.

Student Awards: Digital Badges Make a Debut

I loved earning badges; it was always my goal to have the most of anyone in my troop. I earned them anyway I could, from selling cookies to riding horses to creating a "secret language" with my brother (communications). Through these experiences, I learned a great deal, in both academic and nonacademic skills. For example, selling cookies required me to break out of my shell and develop at least the beginnings of customer service skills, as well as do basic math and handle money.