Open Badges for Intercultural Competence (OBIC)
The go2b project partners are crossing European borders! This time it is Lisette from Globi who was invited by Eumind chair India Jessie Vas to promote the project in Mumbai, India. A group of eight female principals from schools all over Mumbai were eager to learn all about the project. How to recognise and certify the Indian students’ intercultural development? How to strengthen their position for university admission? How can Indian schools become part of this European project? These schools can’t wait for the project to go Global!
Lot’s of interest from all parties. Honestly, they are talking about work, not just eating food! Everyone’s looking forward to seeing the finished Go2B product!
Alongside the Open Badge Network and the European Badge Network (for EVS) that’s now four (including Go2B) Erasmus + funded badging projects actively talking to one another. European (and maybe even Indian) badge ecosystem ahoy!