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Serge Ravet, Open Badge Passport
Personal Open Ledger
Design Charrette
Austin March 22-23 2016
This present...
About my Work
ePortfolio
Identity Trust
Open Badges
Open Badge
Passport
Personal
Ledger
Portfolio
Competency
Based
Education
Quality
Blo...
About Competency Frameworks
Unit G2 Co-ordinate the running of projects
Element G2.2 Co-ordinate activities, resources and plans
The National Standard...
Scholarshipp &
Research
publications
Planning
Assessment
indicators
activities
Producing
Evidence
personal ledgers
Assessi...
Professional
Practice
narratives
Review
Outcomes
endorsements
Scholarship
new knowledge
Professional
Development
PD progra...
informed practice
PracticeStandards inform
Good Standards
Forward Looking Transformative
Encourage innovation and risk taking
Based on functional analysis (rather th...
How to keep them current?
OpenCompetencyMap?
Infer standards from reflective practice
Mobilise collective intelligence
–Alfred Korzybski, Polish-American scientist and philosopher
“The map is not the territory”
PracticeStandards inform innov...
About Learning
in relation to standards…
–Stephen Downes
“Connectivism and Connective Knowledge.”
“The most important function of a person in a community is
no lon...
–Alfie Kohn
“Deeper learning and enthusiasm require us to let students
generate possibilities rather than just choose items...
Learning individuation vs. 

learning personalisation
Types of individua(lisa)tion
W e a k
S t r o n g
P e r s o n a l i s a t i o n
I n d i v i d u a l i s a t i o n
C o n t r o l
E m p o w e r m e n t
E x t r i n s i c m o t i v a t i o n
I n t r i n s i c m o t i v a t i o n
Sequencing, testing, adapting
Planning, acting, reflecting
Programmed learning
Self-regulated learning
Scaffolding
Learning
About Micro-Credentials
Carpet 

Badging
Weapons of
mass
destruction
Spray
and Pray
Dan Hickey
no! of pedagogy
Re-interpreting micro-credentials
TRUST
CONTENT
Micro-
Meso-
Macro-
Credentials
Global
Local
Individual
XXXL
Medium
Small
Community
Individuals
Organisation
Nation
Region
Sector
Environment
Meso
Macro
Micro
Rethinking credentials as seeds
feed me!
endorse me!
“We need to look at Open Badges (and credentials) as seeds that
need to be nurtured, rather than pretty pictures that woul...
About Trust
Percentage of adults reporting that they trust others - Education at a Glance 2014 OECD Indicators
70 7050 5030 3010 100 0...
Trust vs Security
Security is intrinsic to trust
Trust
Intimacy
Security
Privacy
A teenager had spent many months in a young peoples psychiatric hospital.When
he was about to leave a therapist asked him ...
if

you

cantrust
somebody
-ErnestHemingway
istotrustthem.
Thebestway

tofindout
SR
“Educating trustworthy
citizens starts with
trusting educators”
and citizens !
“Making learners the source of
learning recognition.”
Celebrating the sources of learning
My sources of learning
About Technologies
From ePortfolio to Open Badges
PortfolioComputers
ENIAC, 1947
Individuation
Trust
The TrueValue of
Open Badges…
Issuer Earner
Chains of trust
Networks of trust
Blockchains
Personal Ledgers
Bits of Trust
Personal Ledger
(personal capital)
Invest
Withdraw
Develop
open services
Open Badge Passport
(portfolio)
open services
(st...
My Debts
My Credits
What I have invested in others
What others have invested in me
My Assets Artefacts producedWhat I have...
N L L NLL
NLL
L L
LN L L L
Distributed Personal Ledgers
PersonalLedger
1000 Received Credentials Name ID BoT Issuer Criteria Evidence Picture …
2000 Issued Credentials Name ID Earner Criteria E...
1000 Date/Time Name ID BoT Issuer Criteria Evidence Picture …
1001 1/6/2016/11:23
Ledger Expert
Level1
1FL2LFL8K8… +4 I82N...
Trust received (debt) 

+ Trust invested in others (credit)
——————————————
My Trust capital
Social Trust Capital = ∑debts ...
Using to elicit and
grow social capital
Using data analytics to move from
analytical to analogical approaches
I want to hire someone
like this person
graph of a c...
Empower individuals with the power to trust!
Let’s share a…
Open Data
Open Services
Open Discovery VRMOpen Knowledge Open Social ....
Open Trust
Open Society
Open Learning Open Emplo...
Trust, the Revolution!
ePIC 2016
Pathways to educational and
social innovation
BOLOGNA 27-29 OCTOBER
Open Badge
ePortfolio...
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Bits of trust, austin march 2016
Bits of trust, austin march 2016
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  1. 1. Let’s share a… Serge Ravet, Open Badge Passport Personal Open Ledger Design Charrette Austin March 22-23 2016 This presentation is based on work supported by John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation under Prime Award No. 13-104890-000-USP and The Regents of the University of California.
  2. 2. About my Work
  3. 3. ePortfolio Identity Trust Open Badges Open Badge Passport Personal Ledger Portfolio Competency Based Education Quality Blockchains 1985 1995 2000 2010 2015 Simulation self-study Bit of… Relevant Practice
  4. 4. About Competency Frameworks
  5. 5. Unit G2 Co-ordinate the running of projects Element G2.2 Co-ordinate activities, resources and plans The National Standard This section provides criteria to assess whether you co-ordinate activities, resources and plans to the National Standard of competence. It also lists the knowledge and understanding which are essential for effective performance. Performance criteria Knowledge requirements You must ensure that a) you monitor and evaluate project work in a way which is consistent the agreed plans b) you accurately measure progress against plans and identify emerging risks and difficulties and their causes c) you obtain clear authorisation for all stages of work to start, continue or finish d) you clearly inform your higher-level manager of any emerging problems or risks in good time for remedial action to be taken e) you keep activities and resources in line with the project’s plans or seek approval from the higher-level manager for any amendments to plans and resources f) you recommend changes in project activities, plans and resources in a way which keeps disruption to a minimum g) you make any adjustments to activities, resources and plans with the knowledge and agreement of the team and accurately record and store these adjustments h) you inform the higher-level manager promptly and clearly of any need to review the project’s scope and definition with the sponsor. You need to know and understand Analytical techniques • how to identify and assess emerging risks. Change management • the importance of managing change in projects and how to minimise disruption wherever possible. Project management • awareness of different project management methods and their possible uses • methods to monitor and evaluate project progress effectively • the importance of obtaining authorisation for all stages of work to start, continue or finish according to your evaluation of progress • why activities need to be kept in line with the plans for the project and control methods to ensure this. Resource management • why resources need to be tightly controlled and methods to achieve this. Working relationships • why higher-level managers need to be promptly and clearly informed of any implications for the project’s scope and definition • why you should have the agreement of team members in order to adjust activities, resources and plans • who needs to be consulted on what kinds of changes • how to negotiate adjustments to the satisfaction of all those involved. EIfEL COMPETENCIES FOR E-LEARNING PROFESSIONALS Key Area A. Provide strategies and leadership for individual and organisational learning KEY AREA A. PROVIDE STRATEGIES AND LEADERSHIP FOR INDIVIDUAL AND ORGANISATIONAL LEARNING ........................................................................1 Introduction to Key Area A...................................................................................................................3 AA Develop a vision and strategy for individual and organisational learning.............................5 AA 1 Collect and disseminate intelligence on KILT 5 AA 1.1 Identify current provision and developments in learning services, infrastructure and products 7 AA 1.2 Identify and disseminate good practice in using KILT for learning services, infrastructure and products 7 AA 1.3 Benchmark organisational learning practice in using KILT for learning services, infrastructure and products 8 AA 1.4 Promote the use of KILT for learning services, infrastructure and products 8 AA 2 Establish strategies for individual and organisational learning 9 AA 2.1 Create a shared vision and mission to give purpose to learning 11 AA 2.2 Gain support for organisational learning strategies. 12 AA 2.3 Develop strategies for learning 12 AA 2.4 Implement strategies for e-learning 13 AA 2.5 Evaluate and improve strategies for learning 13 AA 3 Contribute to strategies for e-learning 14 AA 3.1 Establish your role and responsibilities for learning strategies 15 AA 3.2 Evaluate and improve your contribution to learning strategies 16 AA 3.3 Make significant contributions to learning strategies 15 AA 4 Promote a culture that encourages innovation, learning and knowledge sharing 16 AA 4.1 Communicate the value of innovation, learning and knowledge sharing 17 AA 4.2 Provide support for innovation, learning and knowledge sharing 17 AA 4.3 Recognise achievements in innovation, learning and knowledge sharing 17 AA 4.4 Responds appropriately to changing environments 18 AA 5 Establish and maintain partnerships for learning 18 AA 5.1 Support and communicate the value of building partnerships 19 AA 5.2 Recognise achievements of partnerships 19 AA 6 Lead a learning organisation 5 AA 6.1 Create and support a learning organisation 5 AA 6.2 Promotes and support professional development 6 AA 6.3 Promotes and review effective training and learning 6 AB Manage quality of learning services and products.................................................................20 AB 1 Manage Organisational performance 20 AB 1.1 Develop measures and criteria to evaluate your organisation’s performance 20 AB 1.2 Evaluate your organisation’s performance 20 AB 1.3 Explain the causes of success and failure in organisational strategies. 20 Measure the impact of policies on organisational learning, innovation and knowledge creation 21 21 Evaluation Report TEACHER COMPETENCY FRAMEWORK TEACHING IN THE 21ST CENTURY AEMA COMPETENCYFRAMEWORK A PROJECT FU ADULT EDUCATION MADE ACCESSIBLE Partners Adult education made accessible. Want to be part of the AEMA Network? info@aemanet.eu www.facebook.com/aemanetwork This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the commission cannot be held responsible for a may be made of www.linkedin.com/groups/Adult-Education-Made-Accessible-8101817 @AEMAnetwork ADPIOS Symbiosis Foundation not everyone has equal accessto adult education we aim to change that Adult education made accessible. Partners Adult education made accessible. Want to be part of the AEMA Network? info@aemanet.eu www.facebook.com/aemanetwork This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. www.linkedin.com/groups/Adult-Education-Made-Accessible-8101817 @AEMAnetwork www.aem ADPIOS Symbiosis Foundation not ever to adult www.aem we aim 2004 2012 20151996
  6. 6. Scholarshipp & Research publications Planning Assessment indicators activities Producing Evidence personal ledgers Assessing Evidence feedbacks endorsement Designing Learning Experiences challenges playlists Designing Learning Ressources Designing Competency / Outcome Frameworks Accrediting Learning open badges personal ledgers Connecting Learning narratives 
 portfolios Learning Community Exploiting Learning Informs Connecting Communities Employment Self-Employment Career development Social involvement
  7. 7. Professional Practice narratives Review Outcomes endorsements Scholarship new knowledge Professional Development PD programmes Accreditation Credentials Standards knowledge skills attitudes values Learning Community Informs informed practice
  8. 8. informed practice PracticeStandards inform
  9. 9. Good Standards Forward Looking Transformative Encourage innovation and risk taking Based on functional analysis (rather than task analysis)
  10. 10. How to keep them current?
  11. 11. OpenCompetencyMap? Infer standards from reflective practice Mobilise collective intelligence
  12. 12. –Alfred Korzybski, Polish-American scientist and philosopher “The map is not the territory” PracticeStandards inform innovationconformance
  13. 13. About Learning in relation to standards…
  14. 14. –Stephen Downes “Connectivism and Connective Knowledge.” “The most important function of a person in a community is no longer conformity, but rather, creativity and expression. ” “The effectiveness of knowing is defined not by conformity but by adaptation.”
  15. 15. –Alfie Kohn “Deeper learning and enthusiasm require us to let students generate possibilities rather than just choose items from our menu; construction is more important than selection.”
  16. 16. Learning individuation vs. 
 learning personalisation
  17. 17. Types of individua(lisa)tion
  18. 18. W e a k S t r o n g
  19. 19. P e r s o n a l i s a t i o n I n d i v i d u a l i s a t i o n
  20. 20. C o n t r o l E m p o w e r m e n t
  21. 21. E x t r i n s i c m o t i v a t i o n I n t r i n s i c m o t i v a t i o n
  22. 22. Sequencing, testing, adapting Planning, acting, reflecting
  23. 23. Programmed learning Self-regulated learning
  24. 24. Scaffolding Learning
  25. 25. About Micro-Credentials
  26. 26. Carpet 
 Badging Weapons of mass destruction Spray and Pray Dan Hickey no! of pedagogy
  27. 27. Re-interpreting micro-credentials
  28. 28. TRUST CONTENT Micro- Meso- Macro- Credentials Global Local Individual XXXL Medium Small
  29. 29. Community Individuals Organisation Nation Region Sector Environment Meso Macro Micro
  30. 30. Rethinking credentials as seeds
  31. 31. feed me! endorse me!
  32. 32. “We need to look at Open Badges (and credentials) as seeds that need to be nurtured, rather than pretty pictures that would fade over time if they were not digital. Trust is the fertiliser at our disposal”
  33. 33. About Trust
  34. 34. Percentage of adults reporting that they trust others - Education at a Glance 2014 OECD Indicators 70 7050 5030 3010 100 060 6040 4020 20% % By literacy proficiency level By educational attainment Slovak Republic Estonia Italy Czech Republic France Korea Germany Japan Ireland Poland England/N. Ireland (UK) Average Flanders (Belgium) Canada Spain Austria United States Australia Finland Netherlands Sweden Norway Denmark Below upper secondary education Upper secondary or post-secondary non-tertiary education Tertiary educationLevel 4 or 5 Level 3 Level 2 Level 1 or below
  35. 35. Trust vs Security Security is intrinsic to trust
  36. 36. Trust Intimacy Security Privacy
  37. 37. A teenager had spent many months in a young peoples psychiatric hospital.When he was about to leave a therapist asked him what was the most significant thing which helped him in his recovery. He responded that it was the moment when in and art group the therapist asked him to fetch some art paper from a cupboard in another part of the building.The therapist handed him the keys to the cupboard which were on a key ring with many other keys to the rooms in the building. They young man said he felt so good, not just because he had been chosen to do the small job when his esteem was very low but because the therapist had not hesitated but just handed him the keys. He knew he could have used those keys to get up to all sorts of mischief but he felt trust to act responsibly. Julie Lunt <julie at newpaths.eu>
  38. 38. if
 you
 cantrust somebody -ErnestHemingway istotrustthem. Thebestway
 tofindout
  39. 39. SR “Educating trustworthy citizens starts with trusting educators” and citizens !
  40. 40. “Making learners the source of learning recognition.” Celebrating the sources of learning
  41. 41. My sources of learning
  42. 42. About Technologies From ePortfolio to Open Badges
  43. 43. PortfolioComputers ENIAC, 1947 Individuation
  44. 44. Trust The TrueValue of Open Badges…
  45. 45. Issuer Earner
  46. 46. Chains of trust
  47. 47. Networks of trust
  48. 48. Blockchains Personal Ledgers Bits of Trust
  49. 49. Personal Ledger (personal capital) Invest Withdraw Develop open services Open Badge Passport (portfolio) open services (storage) Backpack Issuing Revoking Collecting spray & pray
  50. 50. My Debts My Credits What I have invested in others What others have invested in me My Assets Artefacts producedWhat I have produced / own / share Endorsement received Endorsement offered PersonalLedger
  51. 51. N L L NLL NLL L L LN L L L Distributed Personal Ledgers PersonalLedger
  52. 52. 1000 Received Credentials Name ID BoT Issuer Criteria Evidence Picture … 2000 Issued Credentials Name ID Earner Criteria Evidence Picture … 3000 Evidence Name ID Type … … … … 4000 Assets Name ID Type … … … … 5000 … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 4000 Assets Name ID BoT Type … … … … 4100 IPR … … … … … … … 4200 Publications … … … … … … … 4300 … … … … … … … … PersonalLedger
  53. 53. 1000 Date/Time Name ID BoT Issuer Criteria Evidence Picture … 1001 1/6/2016/11:23 Ledger Expert Level1 1FL2LFL8K8… +4 I82NCJ7FK… CF84KULF… ELPO7DUJ… PINFJ48D6… … 1002 24/9/2017/09:12 Assessor Level 2 1IFN74JS91… +849 IK49FL4MM… C3MPG7D… FP4TLRS4… null … 1100 24/9/2017/09:13 … … … … … … … 1101 … … … … … … … Received Credentials Issued Credentials 2000 Date/Time Name ID BoT Earner Criteria Evidence Picture … 2001 … Trustworthy Company 2FL2LFL8K8… 1 IKFI7469HL… CCL0FLD.… EPFLDKD8… - … 2002 … Creative 2IFN74JS91… 138 I0DU7CHKB… … … … … 2100 … … … … … … … 2101 … … … … … … … Evidence Competency Framework Sum of BoTs in earners’ ledgers under the entry “Creative”
  54. 54. Trust received (debt) 
 + Trust invested in others (credit) —————————————— My Trust capital Social Trust Capital = ∑debts = ∑credits
  55. 55. Using to elicit and grow social capital
  56. 56. Using data analytics to move from analytical to analogical approaches I want to hire someone like this person graph of a community of practice (trust network) elicited with Which pathways to become someone like her?
  57. 57. Empower individuals with the power to trust! Let’s share a…
  58. 58. Open Data Open Services Open Discovery VRMOpen Knowledge Open Social .... Open Trust Open Society Open Learning Open Employment Open Government Open Passport Personal Ledger Open Business ... ... Personal Proxy Personal Data Store Open Badge Infrastructure Blockchain ...SDSI + SPKI FOAF + SSL
  59. 59. Trust, the Revolution! ePIC 2016 Pathways to educational and social innovation BOLOGNA 27-29 OCTOBER Open Badge ePortfolio Identity Trust Blockchain http://openepic.eu 0101011 01100 Serge Ravet France ADPIOS, EUROPORTFOLIO, Badge Europe, @Szerge, learningfutures.eu, iosf.org openbadgepassport.com, europortfolio.org Merci! SR

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