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A Curated Learning Journey: ePortfolios and Open Digital Badges

(e)Portfolios and Open BadgesA Curated Learning Journeycc: Manoj Kengudelu - https://www.flickr.com/photos/11767573@N02

Past, Present, Future

Hello Pittsburg (springsteen during Clevland)

Camel curated journey

How many of you have attended an Unlocking Badges session?

Does anyone in the room work at at higher education institution, have higher ed clients, or ever worked in higher ed?

Designing badges for evidence presented in curated learning ePortfolios, endorses and verifies the claims that a learner makes in this digital narrativethese claims are made against badge criteria and standards that have been co-designed by key stakeholders in the learning journey.

Collaborators: G. Alex Ambrose, Notre Dame Trent Batson, AAEEBLHelen Chen, Stanford UniversityKathryn Coleman, AAEEBL Michael Goudzwaard, Dartmouth Tracy Penny Light, Thompson Rivers University

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Thompson Rivers University is a public university in British Columbia, Canada. Located about a four hour drive from Vancouver. 15K residential, at 12K distance and online students. Dartmouth College is a private college founded in 1769 with about 4k undergrad and 2k graduate students. Notre Dame, you have probably heard of, a private institution located in Indiana with 11k students. Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence Based Learning or AAEEBL, has been the professional organization supporting the practice of ePortfolios in education.

Session Outcomes: Define what problem we are trying to solve with badges and portfolios Develop a working definitions of badges and portfolios Investigate three case studies from higher educationApply badging and portfolio concepts to your work@mgoudz | #LSBadges | CC-BY-SA

Science and Religion in American Media

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I worked on a course, Science and Religion in American Media.

What is the lasting evaluation, something that you can show years later, of what you learned in the course? 4

Badging a Course: Science and Religion in American Media

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4 learning outcomes 4 badge tracks Badge becomes Dartmouth College: In winter quarter of 2015 the course, Science and Religion in American Media that incorporated MediaKron activities within an overall course badging scheme. The learning objectives in the course were distributed across four key areas: digital media analysis, digital scholarship, critical engagement, and cooperative leadership. We used MediaKron in three areas and badges in all four.5

Digital Media Analysis

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Complete in-class workshopComplete supervised assignmentComplete collaborative assignmentComplete feedback assignmentComplete reflection assignment

Each of the four course learning objectives corresponded to a learning pathway. A basic learning objective of the course was to gain competence in digital media acquisition, production, curation, and composition. The Digital Media Analysis outcome had five steps or milestones to complete and earn this badge. First, students attended a hands-on intro to MediaKron workshop to learn the basics. Second, students did individual in-class assignments in which they added images, video, and text on a theme of their choice to MediaKron. Third, they collaborated on their own time in small groups to create a Story that curated selected images, video and text from each group members prior assignment into a common theme. Fourth, each student provided feedback on a survey about their experience. Finally, each student made a 1-minute long video in which they reflected on their experience with MediaKron and how it affected their learning and competence in dealing with digital media.6

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What is this? - transcriptWhat does this tell us about a learning experience? grades How owns this data? the school

The problem we are trying to address: The traditional transcript looks like this. It has course titles, dates, credits, and final grade. It says nothing about the course, the students work, and what their prior or following learning might be. Learner pathways.

kathryn coleman () - Helen?helen chen () - Given the emphasis on evidence, I'm not sure how the Learning Careers project would fit here. What do you think about this slide on the intersection between ePortfolios and transcripts which highlights the evidence piecekathryn coleman () - perfect Helen! thank youMike Goudzwaard () - Helen, the images are good. I wonder if the transcript can include a zoom into specific detail. I'm afraid as is, this appears as a document, but not readable to viewers.http://eportfolio.nd.edu/directory/badge-directory

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13Badges provide recognition of student achievement, and along with eportfolios, they can often provide a deeper representation of those achievements than you'll find in transcripts and more traditional records.

- G. Alex Ambrose, Notre Dame

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Notre Dame still has transcripts and grades. 13

a purposeful collection of a learners work that illustrates efforts, progress, and achievement [over time]. The Northwest Evaluation Association

A portfolio is. . .

A collection of authentic and diverse evidence, drawn from a larger archive. The National Learning Infrastructure Initiative (NLII)

A purposeful collection of student work that illustrates efforts, progress, and achievement in one or more areas [over time]. The collection must include: student participation in selecting contents, the criteria for selection, the criteria for judging merit, and evidence of student self-reflection. The Northwest Evaluation Association

In addition to a resume or college transcript, more than four in five employers say an electronic portfolio would be useful to them in ensuring that job applicants have the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in their company or organization. AAC&U It Takes More Than A Major: Employer Priorities for College Learning and Student Success

a collection of authentic and diverse evidence, drawn from a larger archive. The National Learning Infrastructure Initiative (NLII)

A portfolio is. . .

A collection of authentic and diverse evidence, drawn from a larger archive. The National Learning Infrastructure Initiative (NLII)

A purposeful collection of student work that illustrates efforts, progress, and achievement in one or more areas [over time]. The collection must include: student participation in selecting contents, the criteria for selection, the criteria for judging merit, and evidence of student self-reflection. The Northwest Evaluation Association

In addition to a resume or college transcript, more than four in five employers say an electronic portfolio would be useful to them in ensuring that job applicants have the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in their company or organization. AAC&U It Takes More Than A Major: Employer Priorities for College Learning and Student Success

a tool for employers to ensure that job applicants have the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in their company or organization.American Association of Colleges & Universities

A portfolio is. . .

In addition to a resume or college transcript, more than four in five employers say an electronic portfolio would be useful to them in ensuring that job applicants have the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in their company or organization. AAC&U It Takes More Than A Major: Employer Priorities for College Learning and Student Success

owns the evidence? the learnercontrols access?the learner reviews work over time? the learner

In a portfolio who. . .

Student learning portfolios are owned by the student and stay with the student from course to course.Student ownership of their private learning space -- the portfolio -- can help students own their own learning and have more of a stake in education.Students can review their own work evidence and provide interpretations of the evidence, and explain how they have grown or changed.

Making connections between courses/trainings/experiences/artifacts. Reflection (metacognition). Story telling about a learning journey for different audiences.

What is curation?

Student learning portfolios are owned by the student and stay with the student from course to course.Student ownership of their private learning space -- the portfolio -- can help students own their own learning and have more of a stake in education.Students can review their own work evidence and provide interpretations of the evidence, and explain how they have grown or changed.

Learner selects evidence for badge from the portfolio.Issuer (teacher/trainer/institution/peers) endorse claims to learning.Provide milestones to learning pathways (video editing 1,2,3).

What do badges add?

Student learning portfolios are owned by the student and stay with the student from course to course.Student ownership of their private learning space -- the portfolio -- can help students own their own learning and have more of a stake in education.Students can review their own work evidence and provide interpretations of the evidence, and explain how they have grown or changed.

Explore. Design a Badge Define a skill or learning outcome.

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