As part of 1EdTech's 2023 Digital Credentials Summit, Dan McFadyen, Managing Director at Edalex will join our collaborative research partners - Naomi Boyer, Executive Director, Digital Transformation at Education Design Lab, Brian LaDuca, Executive Director, the Institute of Applied Creativity for Transformation (IACT) at the University of Dayton and Josephine Lang, Academic Program Director at The University of Melbourne - in a panel discussion titled “International Study: Personal Evidence of Skills for Skills-Based Hiring”.
As part of 1EdTech's 2023 Digital Credentials Summit, Darren Ponman, Deputy Principal at the Hunter School of Performing Arts (HSPA), Margo Griffith, Head of Business Development at Edalex and Nicholas Robert, CEO at Learning Vault will be presenting "K-12 Mastery-Based Digital Learner Profile at an Australian High School" at the Solution Showcase. The innovative Digital Learner Profile solution they showcase, helps create visibility across the learning journey for all stakeholders.
On 12 October 2022, Edalex took part in the NeLC webinar series on the topic of “Stackable Micro-Credentials: Industry Perspective”.
Watch the webinar recording below.
In the second part of this webinar series, the panelists examine the dynamic state of the skills movement, the move towards skills-based hiring and skills-based learning and the requirement from a business perspective that need to be in a place to facilitate this change.
They also address the need to consider the unlying technology stack to ensure both human and machine visibility at scale via open linked data standards
On 5 October 2022, Edalex took part in the NeLC webinar series on the topic of “Stackable Micro-Credentials in K-12 and Higher Education”.
Watch the webinar recording below.
This webinar offer an international context around stackable micro-credentials from Secondary High School, Higher Education, and technology enablement perspectives. The panelists have had significant experience in setting micro-credentialing strategy both across an institution and across educational sectors. They also have operational experience in the implementation of those micro-credentialing strategies to optimise learner outcomes.
Participants will have the opportunity to work in small groups to address real-world skills challenges and key outcomes will be shared with State and National education and skills policymakers. Places are limited and by invitation only - Register Your Interest to be included.
WEBINAR RECORDING: The Assessment Summit - Cultivating New Approaches to Assessment in Workplace L&D
Assessment is something we don’t think or talk about enough in learning and development, but it's one of the keys to transforming the impact of what we do in L&D. The Assessment Summit by Sprout Labs brings together some of the world’s most accomplished learning experts to share a smorgasbord of practical, actionable advice on assessment.
Margo Griffith, Head of Business Development and Melinda O'Halloran, Project Manager and Business Analyst at Edalex discussed their recent experience participating in an OSN Skills Collaborative Project - where, in collaboration with industry and HE leaders, they explored leveraging and implementing Rich Skill Descriptor (RSD) libraries in the Australian education and employment ecosystem.
WEBINAR RECORDING: Micro-Credentials and Essential Academic and Career Skills - Measuring Learning Outcomes
On 13 July 2022, Edalex and the Council for Aid to Education (CAE) held an open and informative discussion between education and research leaders on the importance of measuring learning outcomes of essential academic and workplace skills.
Watch the webinar recording or download the presentation slide deck.