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By: Florida Chamber Foundation
Are microcredentials the answer to demonstrating skills learned in makerspaces?
As employers demand greater technical and soft skills, makerspaces are providing a nontraditional learning environment that emphasizes the use of new technology to solve problems while also encouraging creative thought and collaboration. By introducing microcredentials, such as badges, into that environment, educators can give students a means to display what they’ve learned for both college and job applications.
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