Open Badges for Intercultural Competence (OBIC)
As part of Dutch Technology Week activities, the Go2B Partnership ran a multiplier event at the impressive Cacaofabriek centre in Helmond. A former chocolate factory and now a super cool arts and cultural venue.
The event on the 19th May saw formal educators (Primary to Tertiary) and employers from across Europe get together to find out more about using Open Badges to enable students to explore and demonstrate their intercultural competence.
Introductions and achievement presentations were delivered courtesy of Geert Jan Nillesen (Director of Jan Van Brabant College) and special guest, Vandana Kabra of partner school, Lilavatibai Podar High in Mumbai, India.
Following the Go2B presentations by Nicole Verhoeve (Jan Van Brabant) and Kevin Field (Digitalme), there was a chance for people to network and ask the Go2B team questions about the project.
The questions came thick and fast, here’s Ludo of Go2B partner Euneos and Rosanne Severs of Globi putting their brains to the test.
And finally, there was music…
Don’t forget to check out the Go2B badges we created at Open Badge Academy.
You can visit our training course here to learn how to create your own versions for use in your own exchanges.
Interested in using Go2B badges but need a little extra help? Want to talk to us about Open Badges for your Erasmus+ project? Why not Get in Touch?
Until the next Open Badge Erasmus + Strategic Partnership.
Over and Out.
The Go2B Team