A new (pat. pending) standardized utility to display what is learned from any resource or experience - a course, certification, game, activity, project - any discrete task.
Labels have cross integration with Common Core! Targeting specific skills? Create your own set of dynamic standards.
Useful for primary and secondary education students, college students, and young professionals. Essentially anyone who is learning.In the news...A System and Method for Tracking and Managing Skills: TCLC Helps a Rochester Entrepreneur Protect a Bright Idea
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Picture a parent at a store (online or brick and mortar) comparing skill labels (aka education label) and choosing an education resource based on: cost or ROI, how much it takes to consume, learning preferences (book versus game), or credential earned upon completion - all content shown clearly, concisely on the labels.
If you are an instructional designer, your first step might be to create a skills label. It forces you precisely define a learning expectation and consider all the requirements and parameters.
If you are a teacher or professor, you may create labels for discrete activities, experiences, or projects.
Users can click on a link to access your resource.... FREE EXPOSURE
Skill points!.... FREE PROMOTION