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Learning Impact 2024 Conference - Join the session with Richard Copeland, Margo Griffith, and Kathryn Green to explore interoperable data standards and imagine a digital recognition strategy to make all learning visible and portable for the learner and the wider learning community.

Learning Impact 2024 Conference – We Are More Than Our Grades: A Digital Recognition Lens

Edalex will join over 600 education and technology leaders to connect, collaborate, and get ahead of what’s next in digital teaching and learning strategies and solutions at 1EdTech’s Learning Impact Conference, taking place in Salt Lake City, Utah, between June 3rd and 6th, 2024. The annual conference inspires a diverse group of educational providers and edtech suppliers to focus on the top issues in education and work together to advance teaching and learning technology that fits all needs.

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Edalex Video Interview - Inside the Quest to Tame Gen AI to Benefit Education and Society - Julian Ridden

Inside the Quest to Tame Gen AI to Benefit Education and Society

In this interview, Dan McFadyen, Managing Director of Edalex, and Julian Ridden, Head of Growth for Australia at Quizizz delve into the role of AI in education. They discuss the potential benefits and risks of AI, emphasising the need for thoughtful integration in educational settings. They also highlight the importance of understanding the risks associated with AI, such as bias and data security. The conversation emphasises the need for caution in AI adoption and the importance of using AI to solve genuine problems in education. Overall, they express optimism about the future of AI, and its ability to enhance human experiences and education, while also acknowledging the need for proactive measures to adapt to technological advancements.

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How to Get Skills From Your Curriculum to a Digital Wallet

How to Get Skills From Your Curriculum to a Digital Wallet

Making the shift to skills starts with a process that many find challenging: surfacing skills that are actually taught and learned through existing courses, and making them visible to educators, learners, and employers. For that to happen we need to move from conceptual discussions to the realm of practical application.

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SESSION RECORDING: K-12 Mastery-Based Digital Learner Profile at Australian High School

SESSION RECORDING: K-12 Mastery-Based Digital Learner Profile at Australian High School

28 February 2023 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM CT 1 March 20234:45 – 5:30 AM AEDTDuration – 45 Minutes As part of 1EdTech’s 2023 Digital Credentials Summit in March 2023, 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 presented “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.

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How Personal Evidence Paints the Full Picture for Educators

How Personal Evidence Paints the Full Picture for Educators, Learners and Employers

Personal evidence and the skills they recognise are game changers for learners to earners and those seeking to progress their careers. But the greatest benefit by far, is that they provide a fuller picture to educators, learners and employers, in a way that is transparent, contextualised and relevant. Let’s look at why personal evidence is on the rise and its impacts on the stakeholders of the skills ecosystem.

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WEBINAR RECORDING: Stackable Micro-Credentials - Industry Perspective

WEBINAR RECORDING: Stackable Micro-Credentials – Industry Perspective

12 October 2022 Duration – 90 Minutes 11:00am – 12:30 (KSA) 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

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