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Co-design learning, civic and career pathways in Cities of Learning

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Co-design learning, civic and career pathways in Cities of Learning

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In the previous learning playlist “Future makers” you were invited to imagine and build your future learning, civic and career pathways by exploring Global Youth Skills. Another learning playlist “Pathway to Personal Leadership” hopefully prepared you to lead your own path to the future.

Now we call you to co-design learning, civic and career pathways for young people living in your city or region.

By completing activities of this learning playlist you will:
  • research and imagine futures of your city or region;
  • think of your role in creating futures of learning, civic engagement and careers;
  • describe scenarios of possible futures;
  • create activities, playlists and badges for new learning pathways.

Complete all the activities offered in this learning playlist. Upload your results and thoughts on future skills to collect activity badges. Unlock the top-level badge in this playlist. Check the endorsement section of this badge to learn what you can unlock by presenting this badge to the Network of Cities of Learning partners.

What is a City of Learning? Whatch this introductory video:

The Network of Cities of Learning offers this learning pathway within the capacity-building project ‘Youth co-design learning, civic and career pathways’. We are grateful to the EU’s Erasmus+ Programme for co-funding support for this project.

Credits: cover photo by Brian McGowan on Unsplash

Activities to complete

Complete the following activities, earn badges and you will see your playlist progress updated
Co-design pathways: imagine futures of Cities of Learning
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A badge is a digital micro-credential that represents learning, skill or achievement. On the Cities of Learning platform, badges are aligned to the 2.0 standard of Open Badges. Diverse organisations, businesses, institutions, schools, colleagues and universities use badges to validate and recognise learning and achievements worldwide.

You can use badges to guide and support learners through their learning, civic and career pathways.

Every published activity has an automatically generated badge. The description of the badge is automatically copied from the description of the activity concerned. Activity creators can add additional badges.

What can you do with Open Badges after you create an activity or playlist?

  1. Review and modify badge name and description to accurately represent activities completed. Describe anticipated experiences, skills, learning results.
  2. Specify badge issuing criteria and evidence review settings. Badges without evidence can be issued to emails or by scanning a QR code or earned by completing tasks included in the badge quest.
  3. Use this Badge design worksheet to think and add, if needed, additional badges to the activity or playlist. With more badges you can create unique pathways to guide and support learners.
  4. Share ready badges with learners, inviting them to participate in your activities and playlists!

Here you can find some helpful articles about making and managing badges on the Cities of Learning platform.

Watch the following videos to learn more about using Open Badges:


Source: EU funded capacity building project Digital Generation Youth

The Network of Cities of Learning offers this learning activity within the capacity-building project ‘Youth co-design learning, civic and career pathways’. We are grateful to the EU’s Erasmus+ Programme for co-funding support for this project.

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This badge is issued for creating and promoting digital Open Badges on the Cities of Learning platform. A badge is a digital micro-credential that represents learning, skill or achievement.

Earners of this badge published an activity and then modified an automatically generated badge. Badge earner could choose to take the following actions to prepare a badge:

  1. Review and modify badge name and description to accurately represent activities completed.
  2. Specify badge issuing criteria and evidence review settings.
  3. Use this Badge design worksheet to think and add, if needed, additional badges to the activity or playlist.
  4. Share ready badges with learners, inviting them to participate in your activities and playlists!

The Network of Cities of Learning promotes, offers and endorses this badge.
Tasks
Task no. 1
Evidence verified by: one activity organiser
Follow steps to create and modify a badge used in a pathway to learning, civic engagement and careers. Share a link to published badge or at least a print screen of a draft version of it or worksheet with your ideas for a badge. Share your thoughts about creating and modifying a badge:
  1. What was the most straightforward/challenging part of this task?
  2. What did you discover while using the Cities of Learning platform?
  3. What support do you need to publish and promote badges in your city or region?

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#prepare youth activities
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#plan youth activities
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#use virtual learning environments
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#plan future needs of resources
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#anticipate future levels of service
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#learning technologies
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#calculate future needs of resources
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#assessment procedures
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#develop youth programmes
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#planning
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Started: 12
Completed playlist: 1
Time to complete: 6 hours 55 minutes
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