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Online training Badges4good: Facilitation of Endorsements of Recognition Systems

The training activity took place
in Canvas online learning platform
organised by Badges4good strategic partnership
9-27 of November 2020
Reference person

Ekaterina Sherer

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Aims & objectives

To exchange ideas and good practices among participants and partners of external recognition of open badges
To develop an understanding of staff members of partner organisations how to build external recognition of digital open badges
To develop participants’ capacity to act as facilitators of external recognition, enabling them to build and maintain relations for external recognition of digital open badges.
To identify opportunities and plan the implementation of activities that would lead to better external recognition of open badges.
To engage with external target audiences in discussion and debates on the value and benefits of digital open badges for young people, youth work and society

Target group & international/intercultural composition of the group & team

35 paerticipants from more than 10 countries.

3 facilitators from Lithuania and Spain suppopred by admin staff from Lithuania and a team of 2 video makers from Lithuania.

Training methods used & main activities

The course included 4 training moduls hosted on Canvas online learning platform focused on:
- Welcome and on-boarding
- Good practices of endrosements
- Badge system design
- Approaching endorsers
- Evaluation

The online course was supported with 5 interactive online sessions on Zoom.

Outcomes of the activity

During the final evaluation participants gave the following feedback for:
- content: 4.7 on avarage out of 5 points
- own participation: 3.8 on avarage out of 5 points
- support by facilitators: 4.7 on avarage out of 5 points

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Create, deliver and evaluate this course.

I worked on this training for 8 days as a full time trainer.

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