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  • beginning 2018-04-10 14:00:00 end 2018-04-13 13:00:00
  • Eurodesk European Network Meeting

  • During the meeting on the 13th of April the Badu project was presented to all the Eurodesk National Coordinator. During the presentation Eurodesk coordinators were asked to contribute trought their national networks, to disseminate the information about the project and the use of the badu website. 

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  • beginning 2018-05-07 10:15:00 end 2018-05-07 16:00:00
  • Annual Conference of Voluntary Service Providers

  • On the 7th of May 2018, the German Federal Office for civil society tasks held a conference for around 70 voluntary year providers from all over Germany. Tutors, mentors, social and youth workers got the chance to get to know the method and principle of the BADU Open badges. At the end of the half day confernce led by JKPeV's project manager Theresa Lempp, around 25 people signed up for further information on the project.

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  • beginning 2018-09-03 10:00:00 end 2018-09-03 16:00:00
  • Europe is us! Youthworker meeting

  •  On the 3rd of September 2018, Jugend- & Kulturprojekt e.V. offered a workshop presenting the BADU Open Badges to 20 youth workers and youth organisations in a youth centre in Darmstadt. Theresa Lempp introduced the developed badges and the associated metadata and explained how they validate competences acquired in youth work. During the workshop, the participants had the opportunity to explore the BADU website and to learn how to register, award and claim the BADU open badges. There was also a discussion about how the badges could be used in their youth activities. In the end, they gave some helpful feedback to make the platform more user-friendly.

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  • beginning 2018-10-18 15:00:00 end 2018-10-18 17:30:00
  • Workshop Quality in Youthwork

  • During a workshop with European youth workers organised by Jugend- und Kulturprojekt e.V. in Dresden, Theresa Lempp introduced the BADU Open Badges as a tool to develop quality in the youth work sector. First, the 30 participants worked in pairs to make self & peer assessment and to create their competence portfolios.Then, they were divided into two teams where they were instructed how to use the online platform and issue and claim open badges. At the end of this session all participants were asked to fill out an evaluation questionnaire providing feedback about the online platform and the open badge.

     

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