Building resilience through an open approach to education
In this digital age, in theory we can learn and recognise learning, anywhere and at anytime. The Covid-19 pandemic has shown that even in lockdown, we can use our networks, community, and citizen-based solutions to continue learning. However, the pandemic has also highlighted that we don't have all the structures or processes to support this across the board. Individuals and organisations have been responding on the fly.
In this blog post, Gráinne Hamilton discusses how open approaches can empower citizens to recognise learning that happens everywhere and contribute to resilient education structures. She describes 5 ideas for implementing this, including using open recognition standards and badge pathways, and expanding our notions of trusted assessment.
Read more from Gráinne in her post