PJ Evans

Badge that learning

An informative presentation from Doug Belshaw on Open Badges: Open badges : A new learning currency Tim Riches & Doug Belshaw Learning Technologies 29 Jan 2014 from DigitalME I find the approach of badging to be very interesting – another lighter form of credit accumulation – but will be interested to see how effective they’ll […]

Key Competences and employability

This is my slide deck used in a workshop on employability and the eight European Key Competences for the Propound project part funded by the European Commission Lifelong Learning Programme Workshop presentation on Key Competence development for students from Peter Evans The presentation was followed by a World Cafe event discussing what we mean by […]

LinkPool [14112012]

A few links that have recently caught my eye: Modernising Universities: a report on a House of Lords debate on HE in the UK. What struck me here was a sense that the UK was isolating itself from opportunities to respond to emerging trends in the wider economy as well as in education – notably in […]

learning pathways – specialism of genericism

Really interesting post here from Pontydysgu on the European Qualifications Framework (EQF). In particular, the post highlights some of the issues of privileging certain types of (generic) expertise over specialisations. The example is of managerial competences being given a higher status than some specialist ones within the EQF in relation to trainers/ L&D professionals. The […]

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