Digital Badges for Non-Credit Workforce Development
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<ul><li> 1. Lesley Voigt Program Director for Badge Initiative Madison College email@example.com (608) 616-1044 Digital Badges for Workforce Development: A Case Study at Madison College Kathleen Radionoff Dean of Continuing Education Madison College firstname.lastname@example.org (608) 258-2309 </li> <li> 2. Overview Role of noncredit in workforce development Why Badges? Implementation of Badges at Madison College Lessons Learned/Recommendations </li> <li> 3. Lessons Learned from Continuing Education and Why it Matters Online programs were first tested in continuing education at many schools. Continuing education programs have been serving adult and non-traditional learners long before they became the majority of higher education students. The financial model for continuing education forced these programs to be self-sustaining and market-driven well before the current budget/tuition crisis hit the rest of higher education. (Hampton, 2014 http://higheredmanagement.net/2014/01/25/the-rise-of-alternatives-to-university- continuing-education-part-1 ) </li> <li> 4. Why Badges? Assessment of noncredit learning outcomes Employer needs Noncredit to credit pathway Programming shift Competition </li> <li> 5. Implementation of Badges at Madison College Improved learner outcomes through assessment Linked to certification, educational, & professional standards Technology sourcing </li> <li> 6. 2012-13 Badge Pilot Program selection Criteria Designing the Badges Individual topics Master badges Program completion </li> <li> 7. Outcomes Standardize non-credit classes Guarantee skills/knowledge learned Credit programs will allow credit transfers of badged classes Business/Industry will ask to see proof of resume claims </li> <li> 8. 1st badge in the series to earn the Food Service Management 1 course completion badge. (This image is what the issuer would see.) </li> <li> 9. The email that the student receives upon earning a badge </li> <li> 10. Within the Acclaim system, what the student sees upon clicking view this and your other accepted badges from the previous email </li> <li> 11. Student badge detailed information, also how a student would share their badge(s) </li> <li> 12. Sharing Badges Earned </li> <li> 13. Completing the Circle Develop Business Plan Create Badges Issue/Earn Badges Share Badges Reporting & Accountability </li> <li> 14. Lessons Learned/Recommendations Develop your badge instructional strategy What is your badge business model Resources Faculty buy-in Employer buy-in Scaling up your badge program </li> <li> 15. Market strategies for badge roll-out </li> <li> 16. Our Future All professional development classes/programs will be badged Badges will be offering to employers who use customized training from our unit Create specialized badged classes for business/industry Continue to inform/educate/market to employers </li> </ul>
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