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Badge Programmes
Programme Name Issuer Location Sector(s) Beneficiary Group Summary Programme website
Passport to Success Corona-Norco Unified School District California, USA Education Students The CNUSD Passport to Success is a free account issued to all CNUSD students to provide recognition for outstanding achievements while motivating them to stay on-track while pursuing their selected pathway. Students can earn badges by meeting the criteria set forth by the school and district, while earning points that can be redeemed for prizes. 

Just another effort to prepare students for college- and career-readiness!

https://www.cnusdp2s.com/browse/
CMALT (Certified member of ALT) Association for Learning Technology UK Membership Organisation, Education Learning Technology Practitioners CMALT, our Certified Membership scheme, is a peer-based professional accreditation scheme developed by ALT to enable people whose work involves learning technology to have their experience and capabilities certified by peers and demonstrate that they are taking a committed and serious approach to their professional development. https://www.alt.ac.uk/certified-membership
Digital Competence Badges Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin Germany Education Higher Ed Students This digital award (Open Badge) from the Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin certifies that the graduate has achieved an outstanding performance within the framework of the bachelor thesis and that the thesis has been awarded the top mark of 1.0. https://prof.beuth-hochschule.de/buchem/abschlussarbeiten/digitale-auszeichnungen-fuer-bestleistungen/
Badges for NASA Activities NASA USA Education Young People NASA is collaborating with the Center for Educational Technologies on an activity-badging project. The goal: to encourage more students to explore the STEM areas to acquire knowledge and experience career options. The center was one of 30 developers funded by the MacArthur Foundation and Mozilla for a project called Exploring Digital Badges for Lifelong Learning. http://badges.cet.edu/index.html

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