Category Archive: Badges

Nov 10

eLearn, We Learn Conference – North Yorkshire 7th November 2013

Nov 07

Mozilla Festival

We all woke up at 6:00 and all exited for the day to go to London (MozFest). We all met at school telling each other what we had for breakfast and some people were still eating their breakfast! Finally, we arrived at the train station about to blow with excitement. We sat on the train …

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Oct 25

Makewaves Offer for Digital Leader Coordinators / DL schools

Sheli;  I; Mark Riches (Makewaves);  Tim Riches (Digital_Me) and Glyn (SSAT) have an offer for anyone who runs Digital Leaders in their schools. I am coordinating a number of North Yorkshire Primary and Secondary schools to contribute towards a Digital Leader Network using the Makewaves Social Learning Environment – read more here and  here. Sheli …

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Sep 25

Badge the UK at Moz Fest 2013

A guest post by Sally Molineaux We’ve been really busy with our badge work, and are now gearing up for one of the more exciting events in our calendar – the Mozilla Festival. Mozfest brings together webmakers, educators and innovators from around the world who all share Mozilla’s aim to make the web more open …

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Aug 14

Designing badges for digital leaders: guest post by Lucy Neale

DigitalMe and SSAT are working with teachers and students across the country to design and develop a groundbreaking accreditation system for Digital Leaders – students who take a lead in the use and implementation of technology, both in school and in their community. We held a brilliant design day back in January, which allowed teachers, young people and industry to …

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Jul 22

An innovative team in Bradford

If you have seen me before at conferences and teachmeets evangelising the benefits of having digital leaders in school you will be fully aware of how I first became inspired to employ them in my school; Chris Mayoh has inspired many teachers, not just with his approach to employing digital leaders, but with his thoughts …

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